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New Website Focusing on Skin Health Debuts

The team behind VisualDx launches the new The site is the best resource for consumers on skin health and skin care conditions.

Rochester, NY (PRWEB) December 21, 2016

From the company that leads in visual diagnostic decision-making, VisualDx launched its newly redesigned skinsight website, providing the best resource for consumers on skin health and skin care conditions. provides consumers with answers from trusted experts in the field of dermatology about the best ways to protect and care for your skin.

The updated features include an all-new rash and skin condition finder, where users can look up skin conditions based on age, sex, and body location. Skinsight’s experts guide users through symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment options. The site features images and information on over 200 of the most common skin conditions.

The health topics category incorporates articles and advice from leading dermatologists, including information on acne, moles, sun damage, and more.

“The information on skinsight brings clarity and understanding for my often worried patients. They can get quick and reliable answers about their condition as well as read up on the latest tips on treatment,” said Azeen Sadeghian, MD, resident, Tulane Department of Dermatology.

“We are proud to offer the public valuable information on improving their skin health. Users can know the information can be trusted because of our peer-reviewed approach to the content,” said Art Papier, MD, CEO, VisualDx.

VisualDx is a diagnostic clinical decision support system used in more than 1,600 hospitals and large clinics. Initially geared toward improving diagnostic accuracy in visually appearing diseases, such as the skin, VisualDx now provides diagnostic support across general medicine.

VisualDx is a web-based resource also available as iOS and Android apps.

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