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Medical Images and Videos

An extensive guide to medical image and video databases licensed by Rutgers University Libraries as well as a variety of open-access medical image and video resources

Dermatolgoy Image/Video Resources

  • Before downloading images or video clips, you should always consult the website's copyright policy. Click on the Home button of this guide for information on citing images and videos.
  • Rutgers Biomedical and Health Sciences users: Please also check out the Image/Video Databases @ Rutgers tab for Rutgers Libraries licensed resources covering dermatology.

-- The website offers elaborate image atlases (DOIA and PeDOIA) complete with diagnoses and differential diagnoses, case reports and additional information on almost all skin diseases

Dermatology Atlas--Alphabetized Index -- Edited by Jason R. Swanson, M.D. and Jeffrey L. Melton, B.A., this dermatology imagebase is a tremendous resource for educational purposes. The site is sorted alphabetically by disease.

Dermatology Pictures / Skin Disease Pictures -- From Hardin.MD, University of Iowa

DermNet - Skin Disease Atlas -- Dermnet claims to be the largest independent photo dermatology source dedicated to online medical education through articles, photos and videos. It contains 23,000+ images of skin diseases.

DermNet NZ -- The DermNet NZ presents authoritative facts about the skin for consumers and health professionals in New Zealand and throughout the world. It is written and reviewed by dermatologists, other health professionals and medical writers.

Global Skin Atlas -- The International Atlas of Dermatology and Dermatopathology is a joint effort of Doctors in various countries to cover the spectrum of skin disease in all skin colors and races. The images may be freely used for self-education and for teaching purposes but may not be used in any other medium without permission from the editors.

The danger signs of skin cancer


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