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Front-line doctors — the emergency room physicians, pediatricians and family docs who most patients see first — can be stumped by a rash, peeling skin, or other visual manifestations of disease. Which of the thousands of diseases could it be?

Logical Images, a company co-founded by a dermatologist, has come up with a software program to help them. Called Visual DX, the program contains nearly 10,000 photos from the 1940s on that help doctors answer the question, “What am I looking at?”

Read more about the software and the need it fills in a story in Technology Monday.

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