A 46-year-old female asked:
Do most rheumatologists or hematologists have patients with cryofibrinogenemia? for this condition, is it be advisable to go to a specialty center?
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Addiction Medicine 36 years experience
Referral: Those two subspecialties are the ones who take care of the disease most proficiently. After your internist has seen you, if the disease is established or is under question, your internist can refer you to those specialists for continuing care.
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