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How does one aspire to become the chairman of a medical department? What career steps are needed to achieve that position
Long road: First you would have to want to care for others by being a physician. So, college, medical school, and residency training. Depending on specialty, that's 11-12 years at least. Then you would practice for several years, gaining experience. If academic, you need to advance to professor. Often involves research, teaching & publications. Also personal characteristics of honesty & responsibility. ...Read more
Your choice: It is entirely your choice. There is no harm in seeing a chaplain and you should consider it if you are religious or spiritual. It may provide support during a difficult time. ...Read more
Cayman Islands: See: http://wwwnc. Cdc. Gov/travel/destinations/traveler/none/cayman-islandsGet a more detailed answer ›
Attitudes vs disease: We have no fence inside us to keep things from influencing each other. Attitudes are learned and culturally sanctioned. Diseases are physical, some genetically based. A certain attitude may be a comfortable fit for certain person who suffers from a certain disease, but so might a very different attitude. I doubt you can hold a disease responsible but since you ask, you may be able to change. Best! ...Read more
When I raise my leg up again it hurts. My left testicle is also swollen. The pain is not constant. Chappens ever so often. Why?
Here are some. ..: You need a timely comprehensive evaluation so to define what and where the origin of pain, i.e., from the disorders of local tissues / organs or from the disorders of far sites such as from muscles, joints, or nerves or in combination. This can be done by analyzing detailed sequence of events (onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, & progress of the pain & its related Sx over time + exam + ...Read more
Yes: Some do. A expert may charge more. ...Read more
My nine year old daughter walks with her right foot sticking out at a 45-55 degree angle, like charlie chaplin! Is this anything to be concerned about?
What do you recommend if I had surgery twice in his legs. And has an artifical knee cap. Can this reduce the chances of joining the army?
Here are the: Standards: http://www. Military. Com/join-armed-forces/disqualifiers-medical-conditions. HtmlGet a more detailed answer ›
My wife, age32, weight 93kg, height163cm, has pain in left knee to climb stairs. Ortho suspect chaplin legs. How to confirm and what is the treatment.?
Knee pain: If the pain is in the front, anterior, with stair climbing it usually is coming from the patella and/or patella tendon. This is one of the most common problems in orthopedics. I would recommend that she get on a leg strengthening program. Include exercises for the glutes, hamstrings, quads and calf. As for chaplin legs do you mean bowing? ...Read more