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It is very important to pay attention to the quality of photos and their representation. This might be the fundamental part of the form. The more successfully you manage to take a photo of your skin problem, the easier doctor will come up with the most accurate diagnosis. That is why it is very important to take photos of high quality. Here are some steps to help you do that:

  • It is adviceable to take photos using a digital camera or a smart phone which has at least a 5-megapixel camera.
  • Lighting is an important condition for a high-quality photo. It is a must to take photos in a natural day light, in front of the window, although, avoid the direct rays and turn off the flash.
  • Please, make sure that the view is focused.
  • The first picture should reveal the anatomic area the skin changes appeared in (e.g. the back, and, etc.).
  • The second picture should be done from the distance of 25-30 cm from the tumor or rashes elements.
  • The third photo must be taken as closer to the skin change as possible but the good focus needs to be kept. The photo cannot be blurred. It is best to take a photograph from a different angle.
  • Finally, it is a must to check the photo’s quality. Zoom in and make sure that the view is clear and not blurred.


The well performed steps guarantees the clear doctor’s answer. Sometimes three photos may save…


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In this stage you will be asked to describe the symptoms as precise as possible. The questions will be given as it follows:
Name
Surname
E-mail
The date of birth
Take three photos of problemic skin (tumors, etc.) and attach them.
What complaints do you have, what changes worries you? Please, tell us in detail (e.g. is it a skin rash, pain, itch, skin tumor or some other representations)
When did the changes appear (what did it started from, how it looked like, the further development process). For example, if that is a rash - where and when it shown up, what skin areas are infringed, does it spread (describe the spread according to chronological order). If that is a tumor - is it new or appeared in childhood, when did it started changing, what are the changes, what did provoke it and etc.
Are there any symptoms? If yes, what kind of symptoms (e.g. it itches, burns, is irritated, hurts, fever).
Please, evaluate the severeness in a 10-points system (0 - you feel nothing, 10 - you cannot suffer anymore).
Has the treatment for the disease been prescribed before? If yes, what medicine was prescribed? Have you felt any effect and what kind of an effect was it?
What diseases were diagnosed earlier and what diseases are you ill right now (as skin diseases, so internal diseases and chronic diseases, like diabetes and other)?
Does any of family members have same kind of complaints?
Do you consume any kind of medicine or food supplements?
Have you ever experienced an allergic reaction to medicine?
Are you allergic to anything?
The more precise the answer will be, the firmer the diagnosis will follow. Invest some time into your own health!


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