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Abstract

Telemedicine is a new tool in medicine that utilizes modern telecommunication technology to exchange expert medical information. This can be performed either between patients and doctors or between two or more distant medical centers [4]. Dermatology is perhaps the most visual specialty in medicine, making it ideally suited for modern telemedicine techniques, as has been shown in a number of recent studies investigating feasibility and reliability of teledermatology [1, 3].

Keywords

Discussion Forum Cellular Phone Personal Digital Assistant Pigment Skin Lesion Dermoscopic Image 
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