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  1. Attending Physician
Those photos look like they were taking off WebPath or something. Be careful with posting photos like that if you don't properly site them. If they're your own, then make sure you have the relevant parties' permission before displaying them. And then say that they're your own. Also, I'm not quite sure what the purpose of blogging a bunch of pictures does. There are hundreds of sites to get pictures from in a very organized fashion (ie webpath), so essentially you're just collecting pictures from picture banks? And emedicine is one of the top-used resources, so people would go there first anyway?


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Feb 17, 2007
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The photos included on the blog mentioned are all from my personal collection (not from any site or commercial source). I am several years into my residency and have acquired 100-1000s of images. This is stated on the site that all images posted to date are from my personal collection. Additionally, no image I've included has any distinguishing or identifying characteristic.

I certainly will notate/attribute the source of any photos I receive or post that are not my own (I have as yet not posted any photos that are not mine).

I post this site with the hope that we all can share clinical photos or things we've seen and learn from them.

I welcome any contributions and was hoping to generate some interesting discussion pertaining to the findings or disease processes.
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