Study: Diagnoses can be made with cell phone camera images

02/23/2005 | NYTimes.com

It may not be safe to drive with a cell phone, but new research says doctors can make a diagnosis with the devices -- the ones equipped with cameras, that is. A study of doctors reviewing pictures of 61 wounds on 52 patients taken by nurses out in the field found that in 94% of cases the doctors viewing the images had diagnoses that agreed with doctors performing office exams.

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