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Figure 4: The feasibility studies in teledermatology practice. This table is derived by analyzing the feasibility studies with respect to the five cardinal factors, represented as an acronym CAP-HAT. The sequence of letters "A" and "P" in the acronym "CAP-HAT" are interchanged for convenience. The references for feasibility studies are shown in the parentheses: (a) regular cases (23-25), (b) chronic disease: diagnosis and follow-up care (68-73, 75-76), (c) special case (cutaneous neoplasm) diagnosis (77, 78), (d) triage (80-87), (e) screening or mass survey or occupational dermatitis (89-91), (f) education and counseling (63, 85-88, 92-95), (g) investigation (89-91), (h) difficult-to-manage cases (56-63)

Figure 4: The feasibility studies in teledermatology practice. This table is derived by analyzing the feasibility studies with respect to the five cardinal factors, represented as an acronym CAP-HAT. The sequence of letters