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DocCheck Pictures is the online medical image archive for physicians, students, pharmacists and other healthcare professionals. With more than 11,000 images, photos and illustrations, DocCheck Pictures is one of the largest and most comprehensive medical image databases.

How can I get involved?

  • Online archiving: Upload images of your findings, sample cases and clinical images.
  • Collective learning: Discuss interesting cases from your clinic or pratice with colleagues and fellow students.
  • Show your expertise: Present your competence and let referring physicians and patients find you.

With DocCheck Pictures you can easily manage even large image collections, tag them and archive them in albums and topic collections. In order to upload to your own images, photos and graphics, log in now with your DocCheck password. When uploading images you have the following selection criteria:

  • ...who may see your images (only you, healthcare professionals only, everybody)
  • ...who may use your images (all rights reserverd, for academic use, Creative Commons etc.)
  • ...whether you would like to earn money with your images (you will conveniently receive licensing requests by email)
Why should I get involved?

With your images you can help:

  • Students with their exam preparations
  • Colleagues with their continuing education & training
  • Referring physicians and other healthcare professionals with their search for experts
  • Educate patients and their relatives

Do you have any questions regarding the digitilization or import of your image archive?
We are looking forward to hearing from you!

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High resolution computer tomography (HRCT): Sarcoidosis in X-ray stage IV, interstitial fibrosis with dominating central manifestation and accentuation of the bronchiovascular bundles.
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