Patients’ Experiences of Telemedicine for Their Skin Problems: Qualitative Study
JMIR Dermatology, February 2022
Aloysius Chow, Sok Huang Teo, Jing Wen Kong, Simon Lee, Yee Kiat Heng, Maurice van Steensel, Helen Smith
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