Model Dermatology and Model Melanoma
  Model Dermatology (http://modelderm.com) and Model Melanoma (http://melanoma.modelderm.com) are our new AI models, which are trained with 220,680 images (174 disease classes).


Model Dermatology API
- Model Dermatology API (http://api.modelderm.com)

Model 12 Skin Tumorous Disorders
  Model 12Dx (http://dx.medicalphoto.org) is trained with 19,398 manually cropped images and additional 159,477 images (approximately 260 classes).

Original Article - Journal of Investigative of Dermatology (Feb. 2018)
- Classification of the clinical images for benign and malignant cutaneous tumors using a deep learning algorithm
Letter - Journal of Investigative of Dermatology (June. 2018)
- Interpretation of the Outputs of Deep Learning Model trained with Skin Cancer Dataset



Model Onychomycosis
  Model Onychomycosis (http://nail.medicalphoto.org) is trained with 49,567 images generated by region-based CNN (R-CNN).
In order to create a deep learning model that demonstrates diagnostic capabilities beyond the specialist, we generated a huge nail dataset by using faster R-CNN.

Android Apps
- Android (Model Onychomycosis)
Model Onychomycosis API
- Model Onychomycosis API (http://api.medicalphoto.org)
Original article - PLoS One (Jan. 2018)
- Deep neural networks show an equivalent and often superior performance to dermatologists in onychomycosis diagnosis: Automatic construction of onychomycosis datasets by region-based convolutional deep neural network
Magazine - IEEE Spectrum (Feb. 2018)
- AI Beats Dermatologists in Diagnosing Nail Fungus



Proximal Humerus Fracture Study
  In order to obtain results similar to the specialist with current deep learning models and a small number of data (500 images per class), we should analyze the lesion of interest after cropping the part.

Original article - Acta Orthopaedica (Feb. 2018)
- Automated detection and classification of the proximal humerus fracture by using deep learning algorithm



MedicalPhoto
  MedicalPhoto is a non-commercial medical image management program. This program was developed for use in dermatology at the Asan Medical Center in 2007 by Han Seung Seog (http://medicalphoto.org) .