32-bit Version 3.0 and 16-bit Version 1.0a
The Professional
Dermatological Computer Aided Diagnosis System
for Windows® 3.1x, 95/98, Me, 2000, XP and NT 3.51/4.0

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DermoCAD is a comprehensive electronic textbook and atlas of dermatology and sexually transmitted diseases with hundreds of interlinked articles, color photos and diagrams. But that's not all. DermoCAD has been developed to aid diagnosis of an unknown rash or lesion (hence its name: DermoCAD). It may be used while examining the patient; all you need to know is the morphological type of the lesion(s), e.g., pigmented macule or erythematous plaques, and the site of the lesion(s), e.g., on the face or generalized distribution. You will get a list of possible diagnoses hyperlinked to relevant articles in DermoCAD's knowledge base (where you can read about the the etiology, pathology, clinical picture, investigations and treatment of these diagnoses and examine clinical photos). Other features include:

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Minimal requirements: A PC running Microsoft® Windows® 3.1x or later*, with an 80386 or better processor, 4 MB RAM, 3 MB of free hard disk space, CD-ROM drive and a 256-color or better VGA display (HiColor/TrueColor display is recommended for optimal image quality).
*Higher versions of Windows are supported via a separate 32-bit version of DermoCAD that requires an 80486 or better processor and 8 MB RAM.

DermoCAD was mainly produced for educational/research purposes; the CD-ROM price just covers the production costs. Please read this disclaimer.

ORDER YOUR COPY TODAY! E-mail: support@medicad.com or mkamel@medicad.com

DermoCAD is © 1995-2001 Dr. Maged Nabih Kamel Boulos (Ph.D., M.Sc. Derm. & Vener., M.Sc. Medical Informatics)
& MediCAD Multimedia.
All rights reserved. You may not reproduce all or any part of DermoCAD CD-ROM
without prior written permission of the copyright owner.

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