Drug Reaction Database at Dartmouthis a database of drug reactions
that have skin manifestations. The information is organized alphabetically
by drug name. The Cutaneous Drug Reaction Database (Copyright 1993, Jerome
Z. Litt) is the work of Jerome Z. Litt, MD.
Patient Support Groupsare listed. Patients can find Mailing Lists
and WebSites, that offer support in their situation. Department of Dermatology
/ University of Iowa
Database ProjectThe Dermatology Visual Database Project has had
three primary objectives: to investigate image quality requirements for
skin lesion recognition; to investigate archiving and retrieval techniques
for a skin lesion image collection; and to investigate application of any
new technologies developed to dermatology education.
Internet Dermatology Society
is dedicated to the use of Internet to promote education, improve patient
care, maintain a database of online dermatologists, and enhance the organizational
democracy in dermatology. We applaud the IDS for the continuing efforts
for the advancement of dermatology.
a joint presentation of both the American and European Societies for Photobiology.
It contains a wealth of information relating to photobiology, including
topics relevant to dermatology such as UV exposure.
electronic laboratory includes a sample of the more than 1700 archived
images demonstrating gross and microscopic pathologic findings associated
with human disease states that are used extensively in the medical student
pathology course at the University of Utah.``