Teledermatology

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Richard Wootton, Amanda Oakley
Taylor & Francis, Jan 25, 2002 - Medical - 331 pages
With the growth of telecommunication networks and the development of digital imaging technologies, telemedicine is helping to provide patients all over the world with access to specialist healthcare professionals, no matter how isolated their surroundings. This book is a comprehensive companion for anyone involved in planning and conducting teledermatology services including dermatologists, general practitioners, paramedical staff, health service managers, IT and Website technicians

global experience of consultations and diagnoses with country-specific case studies

patient education and management including the use of teledermatology in military, social services and prison situations

online resources

future developments in teledermatology including automated melanoma diagnosis and mobile teledermatology

discussions on the economics of teledermatology in both the developing and developed world

This book is a comprehensive companion for anyone involved in planning and conducting teledermatology services including dermatologists, general practitioners, paramedical staff, health service managers, IT and website technicians.

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