About & Pics

Description

More than 1 million healthcare professionals use Figure 1 to:
◦ Recognize rare conditions in their patients
◦ Sharpen their medical knowledge on the go
◦ Share de-identified teaching cases with a global community
◦ Communicate with one another from remote or isolated locations
◦ Send HIPAA-compliant direct messages to their colleagues

Figure 1 helps you:
◦ View thousands of real-world teaching cases from physicians and nurses in hundreds of specialties
◦ Page healthcare professionals around the world for instant feedback
◦ Communicate with your colleagues using HIPAA-compliant direct messaging

The best way to connect with:
◦ Physicians at world-renowned hospitals in more than 190 countries
◦ Healthcare professionals practicing in extreme trauma units, refugee camps, and remote areas of the world
◦ Institutions like Doctors Without Borders, Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, and Massachusetts General Hospital

 Free in Google Play

Screenshots

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Version History

Launched May 05, 2014 (over 4 years ago).

Releasing new versions every 18 days, on average.

Jan 21
2019
(Current)
Version 5.44.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this pearl from the Radiology Department at Cincinnati Children's Hospital (@CincyKidsRad):
“Cystic fibrosis may initially present with gastrointestinal findings, including impacted stool & a dilated, noninflamed appendix."
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Nov 28
2018
Version 5.43.0

Nov 11
2018
Version 5.42.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, better comment ordering, and this clinical pearl from endocrinologist @DowntempoDoc:
Only in cases of hypothyroidism do TPO antibody levels correlate with fatigue.
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Nov 05
2018
Version 5.41.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from pediatrician @MB-MD:
“Have patients bring topical medication and show you what they consider to be a thick layer. I'd say about 85% of the time, what they think is thick is not enough. Most patients get scared of medications and put too thin of a layer..."
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Oct 03
2018
Version 5.40.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, better comment ordering, and this clinical pearl from endocrinologist @DowntempoDoc:
Only in cases of hypothyroidism do TPO antibody levels correlate with fatigue.
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Sep 05
2018
Version 5.39.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from pediatrician @MikeGinnyMD:
“If a rash appears contact related and is not bothering the child, then: 1) HANDS OFF. No lotions, no potions. 2) WATCH AND WAIT. Let the disease come to you (or vanish mysteriously). In other words: Don’t just do something; stand there!”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Sep 03
2018
Version 5.38.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from pediatrician @MikeGinnyMD:
“If a rash appears contact related and is not bothering the child, then: 1) HANDS OFF. No lotions, no potions. 2) WATCH AND WAIT. Let the disease come to you (or vanish mysteriously). In other words: Don’t just do something; stand there!”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Jul 22
2018
Version 5.37.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from pediatrician @MikeGinnyMD:
“If a rash appears contact related and is not bothering the child, then: 1) HANDS OFF. No lotions, no potions. 2) WATCH AND WAIT. Let the disease come to you (or vanish mysteriously). In other words: Don’t just do something; stand there!”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Jul 09
2018
Version 5.36.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes and this clinical pearl from @BradenClinic, a Florida hospital:
A raised spiral lesion may be “a burn from a millipede found in and around FL. The burn is caused by prolonged contact to the millipede and the subsequent release of ‘millipede toxin’ which contains hydrochloric acid, hydrogen cyanide, and phenols.”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Jun 05
2018
Version 5.35.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from respiratory therapist @Retoocs:
“Sandwich vertebrae are typically more sharply defined and have a denser sclerotic component than what you see with rugger jersey [spine]. If you compare cases side by side it becomes a little easier to perceive.”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

May 30
2018
Version 5.34.1

May 15
2018
Version 5.34.0

This version of Figure 1 includes an improved quiz design, bug fixes, and this clinical pearl from dermatologist @nebushwacker:
“Diabetic bullae are almost always associated with neuropathy and virtually always below the knee.”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @Figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Apr 26
2018
Version 5.33.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from medical student @JGibson07:
“One easy way to distinguish CT from MRI is to look at the color of the bone. If it’s bright white, that’s a CT. If it’s dark, it’s MRI.”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Apr 24
2018
Version 5.32.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from medical student @JGibson07:
“One easy way to distinguish CT from MRI is to look at the color of the bone. If it’s bright white, that’s a CT. If it’s dark, it’s MRI.”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Feb 27
2018
Version 5.31.0

This version of Figure 1 makes it easier to share cases and verify your credentials. It also includes this clinical pearl from pediatrician @MikeGinnyMD:
“In general, young men are more likely to actually try suicide with intent. Young women are more likely to ’gesture.’”
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Jan 28
2018
Version 5.30.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from radiologist @spomeranz:
With myopathy in an adult, always exclude adverse reaction to statins.
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Jan 22
2018
Version 5.29.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from dermatologist @nebushwacker:
Psoriasis can fool you early, since it takes a few days for the scaling to become evident and there is no scaling if it is intertriginous.
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com.

Jan 04
2018
Version 5.28.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from family medicine physician @cbjohnso:
An excellent (and often overlooked) intervention for tennis elbow is a cock-up wrist splint. It takes the tension of the extensor belly and can greatly relieve symptoms at the elbow.
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Dec 14
2017
Version 5.27.0

This version of Figure 1 introduces a new way to save and organize your favorite cases for future reference. It also includes cleaner case design, bug fixes, and this clinical pearl from advanced clinical practitioner @sarahacp:
Osteoarthritis has four radiographic features: narrowing of the joint space, bone cysts, sclerotic bone, and the presence of osteophytes.
Have a clinical pearl you'd like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Nov 13
2017
Version 5.26.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from dermatologist @nebushwacker:
"Generally, arsenical keratoses can occur several years after exposure [to arsenic], Bowen disease 10-15 years later, and visceral malignancies 20-25 years later."
Have a clinical pearl you’d like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com

Oct 22
2017
Version 5.25.0

This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, improved onboarding, better comment filtering, and this clinical pearl from pharmacist @IDstewardship:
“Remember some drugs like ceftriaxone and ertapenem have long half-lives so [there is] no benefit from extending infusions.

Sep 26
2017
Version 5.24.0

**This version of Figure 1 includes bug fixes, performance updates, and this clinical pearl from neurologist @drbob:
"Ice cube over eyelids may transiently improve ptosis in myasthenia gravis. Decreased temperature reduces activity of cholinesterase resulting in improved neuromuscular transmission."
Have a clinical pearl you'd like to see in this space? Leave it in a review, tweet at @figure1, or send it to pearls@figure1.com**

Sep 05
2017
Version 5.23.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Aug 24
2017
Version 5.23.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Aug 13
2017
Version 5.22.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Aug 11
2017
Version 5.22.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Aug 01
2017
Version 5.21.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jul 31
2017
Version 5.20.3

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jul 18
2017
Version 5.20.2

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jul 17
2017
Version 5.20.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jul 05
2017
Version 5.18.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jul 04
2017
Version 5.18.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jun 18
2017
Version 5.17.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jun 06
2017
Version 5.16.0

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• Bug fixes and performance updates.

May 29
2017
Version 5.15.2

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

May 27
2017
Version 5.15.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

May 23
2017
Version 5.15.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

May 10
2017
Version 5.14.1

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• Bug fixes and performance updates.

May 08
2017
Version 5.14.0

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• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Apr 25
2017
Version 5.13.0

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• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Apr 10
2017
Version 5.12.0

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• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Mar 27
2017
Version 5.11.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Mar 01
2017
Version 5.9.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Feb 13
2017
Version 5.8.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Jan 16
2017
Version 5.7.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Dec 07
2016
Version 5.6.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Dec 05
2016
Version 5.6.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Nov 30
2016
Version 5.5.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Nov 23
2016
Version 5.5.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Nov 09
2016
Version 5.4.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Nov 07
2016
Version 5.4.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Oct 25
2016
Version 5.3.2

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Oct 11
2016
Version 5.3.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Sep 26
2016
Version 5.3.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
• Healthcare professionals can now Share a Case and Page a Specialist directly from the home feed.
• Bug fixes and performance updates.

Sep 12
2016
Version 5.2.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
◦ Bug fixes and performance improvements

Aug 19
2016
Version 5.1.3

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
◦ Case views: See the number of times a case has been looked at by other healthcare professionals
◦ Bug fixes and performance improvements

Jul 13
2016
Version 5.1.2

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
◦ Case views: See the number of times a case has been looked at by other healthcare professionals
◦ Bug fixes and performance improvements

Jul 12
2016
Version 5.1.1

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
◦ Case views: See the number of times a case has been looked at by other healthcare professionals
◦ Bug fixes and performance improvements

Jul 11
2016
Version 5.1.0

**If you like Figure 1, please take the time to give the app a review. It really helps.**
◦ Case views: See the number of times a case has been looked at by other healthcare professionals
◦ Bug fixes and performance improvements

Jun 27
2016
Version 5.0.2

Introducing HIPAA-compliant direct messaging, a new and secure way to discuss cases. Direct messaging offers:
◦ A safe, encrypted alternative to texting for care teams
◦ A tool for guidance and mentorship from the world’s best healthcare professionals
Figure 1 is now available in Portuguese and Spanish! You can now upload cases and comment in both languages. Open your Figure 1 Profile, go to Settings, and edit Languages to see Portuguese and Spanish cases.

Jun 14
2016
Version 5.0.1

Jun 03
2016
Version 5.0.0

Feb 17
2016
Version 4.0.1

Feb 16
2016
Version 4.0.0

Feb 08
2016
Version 3.4.4

Jan 05
2016
Version 3.4.3

Dec 11
2015
Version 3.4.2

Nov 25
2015
Version 3.4.1

Nov 18
2015
Version 3.4.0

On Figure 1, healthcare professionals share medical cases to help each other save lives. There are thousands of real-world teaching cases posted by doctors and nurses in hundreds of specialties. Scroll through the new cases posted every day to sharpen your medical knowledge on the go. Use the app to give input on cases and ask questions. Post your top learning cases for other healthcare professionals around the world to see.

Healthcare professionals use Figure 1 to:


· Help them recognize rare conditions in their patients


· Communicate with one another from remote or isolated locations


· Share teachable moments with one another

Oct 02
2015
Version 3.3.0

On Figure 1, healthcare professionals share medical cases to help each other save lives. There are thousands of real-world teaching cases posted by doctors and nurses in hundreds of specialties. Scroll through the new cases posted every day to sharpen your medical knowledge on the go. Use the app to give input on cases and ask questions. Post your top learning cases for other healthcare professionals around the world to see.

Healthcare professionals use Figure 1 to:


· Help them recognize rare conditions in their patients


· Communicate with one another from remote or isolated locations


· Share teachable moments with one another

Sep 11
2015
Version 3.2.1

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Aug 25
2015
Version 3.2.0

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Jun 25
2015
Version 3.1.3

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Jun 24
2015
Version 3.1.2

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Jun 19
2015
Version 3.1.1

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Jun 17
2015
Version 3.1.0

Figure 1 is a community for doctors, nurses, medical students, and other healthcare professionals to discuss and share real-world medical cases. Join an international network of hundreds of thousands of physicians, dental professionals, RNs, and NPs using Figure 1 to expand their clinical expertise.

BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE


Medical professionals use Figure 1 to broaden their medical knowledge. View thousands of clinical cases organized by anatomy and specialty including X-Rays, MRIs, CAT scans, ECGs, and EKGs. Medical and nursing students use Figure 1 as a study tool for preparing for the USMLE, NCLEX, and other medical licensing exams. View textbook conditions, anatomy, and real-life clinical cases.


COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS


Figure 1 has a vibrant community of healthcare professionals from over 100 countries worldwide. With the new paging feature, healthcare professionals can page a network of specialists for fast feedback on clinical cases. Discuss presentation, treatment, and diagnosis with knowledgeable physicians, doctors, nurses, and other healthcare professionals. Explore medical cases previously unique to certain parts of the globe.


SHARE AND DISCUSS COMPELLING CLINICAL CASES


Figure 1 is in line with government privacy and clinical ethics requirements. Safely share medical images from specialties such as cardiology, radiology, and emergency medicine using in-app privacy features. These features include automatic face blocking, a manual blocking tool, and an easy to use in-app consent form customized for each country where Figure 1 is available.


OUR HEALTHCARE COMMUNITY INCLUDES:


Physicians (cardiologists, radiologists, obstetricians, gynecologists, pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, etc.)


Nurse Practitioners


Advanced Practice Registered Nurses


Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists


Registered Nurses


Medical and Nursing Students


EMTs


Paramedics


FIGURE 1 IN THE MEDIA:


“Classic medicine, digitized” - CNN


“A forum for physicians to become familiar with cases they’d probably never see face-to-face” – CBS


“A great platform for learning” - The Guardian


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately”- iMedicalApps

Apr 20
2015
Version 3.0.2

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable physicians, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online. Page specialists to weigh in on cases when you want feedback.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified medical photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans. For medical students, Figure 1 is a useful study aid for medical licensing exams like the USMLE. Students can see textbook conditions and anatomy in real cases.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Physicians
Nurses (RN and NP)
Physician Assistants
Dental Professionals
EMTs
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by CNN, BBC, the Wall Street Journal, and Stanford Medicine.


“Classic medicine, digitized” -CNN


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps

Apr 16
2015
Version 3.0.1

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable physicians, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online. Page specialists to weigh in on cases when you want feedback.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified medical photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans. For medical students, Figure 1 is a useful study aid for medical licensing exams like the USMLE. Students can see textbook conditions and anatomy in real cases.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Physicians
Nurses (RN and NP)
Physician Assistants
Dental Professionals
EMTs
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by CNN, BBC, the Wall Street Journal, and Stanford Medicine.


“Classic medicine, digitized” -CNN


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps

Apr 15
2015
Version 3.0.0

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable physicians, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online. Page specialists to weigh in on cases when you want feedback.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified medical photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans. For medical students, Figure 1 is a useful study aid for medical licensing exams like the USMLE. Students can see textbook conditions and anatomy in real cases.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Physicians
Nurses (RN and NP)
Physician Assistants
Dental Professionals
EMTs
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by CNN, BBC, the Wall Street Journal, and Stanford Medicine.


“Classic medicine, digitized” -CNN


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps

Mar 13
2015
Version 2.3.4

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable doctors, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified patient photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying patient details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Doctors
Nurses
Physician Assistants
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Stanford Medicine, BBC, and Forbes.


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps


“Clinically significant and arguably beautiful” -The Atlantic

Jan 30
2015
Version 2.2.1

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable doctors, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified patient photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying patient details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Doctors
Nurses
Physician Assistants
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Stanford Medicine, BBC, and Forbes.


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps


“Clinically significant and arguably beautiful” -The Atlantic

Jan 29
2015
Version 2.2.0

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable doctors, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified patient photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying patient details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Doctors
Nurses
Physician Assistants
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Stanford Medicine, BBC, and Forbes.


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps


“Clinically significant and arguably beautiful” -The Atlantic

Jan 07
2015
Version 2.1.3

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable doctors, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified patient photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying patient details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Doctors
Nurses
Physician Assistants
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Stanford Medicine, BBC, and Forbes.


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps


“Clinically significant and arguably beautiful” -The Atlantic

Dec 03
2014
Version 2.1.2

Figure 1 is a community for medical and nursing professionals to safely share clinical cases and discuss treatment. Join over 150,000 healthcare professionals expanding their knowledge of medicine and contribute your own medical cases in a privacy-conscious way.

COLLABORATE WITH MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS
Discuss presentation, diagnosis, and treatment with other experienced and knowledgeable doctors, nurses, and medical professionals in real time. Follow your colleagues’ activity and interact with them online.


BROADEN YOUR MEDICAL KNOWLEDGE
Broaden your medical knowledge by viewing thousands of rare and textbook cases. You can also search for annotated medical images categorized by anatomy and specialty. Easily find clinical images including de-identified patient photos, x-rays, charts, and MRI or CAT scans.


SHARE AND DISCUSS CLINICAL CASES
Safely share images with automatic faceblocking, simple removal of identifying patient details, and an easy to use in-app consent form. Figure 1 is also in line with government privacy and ethics requirements.


Figure 1 is used by:
Doctors
Nurses
Physician Assistants
Medical and Nursing Students
Other Medical Professionals


Figure 1 has been featured by the Wall Street Journal, Stanford Medicine, BBC, and Forbes.


“Fascinating compendium of medical zebras and war stories with questions, insights, and discussions” -Emergency Medicine News


“Impressive enough for physicians to benefit immediately” -iMedicalApps


“Clinically significant and arguably beautiful” -The Atlantic

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