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Interesting!: I'm wondering about the reason for your question. The one place they will commonly overlap is in treatment of childhood brain tumors. Both pediatric neurologists and pediatric oncologists become pediatric neuro-oncologists, doctors who specialize in brain tumor treatment. And in my experience, they both do an excellent job of it! ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
U C Davis: If you are in modesto, you are not far from u c davis med center and they have fellowship trained endocrinologists as well as neurosurgeons who can help with pituitary tumors. They will be well experienced and will understand your disease problems and needs. ...Read more
No.: But if you double the length of an infant's foot at one year of age you'll know the adult foot size. ...Read more
Depends: The differences between pediatric cardiology and adult cardiology are not entirely related to age of the patients. Adult cardiologists concentrate on acquired heart disease, most importantly coronary artery disease. Pediatric cardiologists concentrate on congenital heart disease. When transitioning to an adult cardiologist, make sure you find someone with competence in your disease. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mammo: focal asymmetry, sono: lipomas and adenopahies, surgeon recommend come back in 3 month, radiologist recommends mri:why?
Depends...: Depends upon radiologists degree of suspicion. It seems as if the radiologist wants to better evaluate the area of focal asymmetry, especially if there are no prior mammograms for comparative evaluation. Does the surgeon have any information which the radiologist does not? For a definitive pathological evaluation, a stereotactic core biopsy would give the best answer, without a diagnosis delay. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Mammogram: ill marginated focal asymetry of low density in left axilary tail. Sonogram:2 lipomas not correlated to mammogram findings. Doc send me to surgeon, what should I expect?Im scared!
See breast doctor: A breast surgeon will put all the pieces together to get the definitive answer or recommend a biopsy. He/She will get a history, perform breast exam and look at your films. If a biopsy is needed, make sure it is a needle biopsy and NOT a surgical biopsy. Just because you are seeing a surgeon, does not mean you need surgery. Good luck!! ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Sir my X-ray report says "bony encroachment is seen upon the inter-vertebral foramina between C3-C4, C4-C5" what should I do?
I have bony encroachment upon inter-vertebral foramina between C3-C4, C4-C5. Consultant of which department I should consult?
Soy formula: Let's start by saying breast is always best. But if this is absolutely not an option and formula a must, soy is perfectly adequate for nutrition. Many babies have difficulty handling cow's milk proteins or the lactose present in cow's milk. Soy is both lactose free and cow milk protein free. All formulas are supplemented equally with regard to vitamins and minerals. Brand does NOT MATTER. ...Read more
Peds Endo: They will take a thorough history and conduct a thorough physical exam. They will examine the genitalia to see what stage of development they are in. They will plot out growth to see where the patient falls in % compared to other children. They may take blood tests and / or observe, ie follow up for re exam in a set time period. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Postero central and paracentral disc protrusion at l5 s1 level causing thecal indentation encroachment upon bilateral canal with compression on bilateral trarvesing compression s1 nerve roots this is written on my mri scan, doctor has recommended me disct
Comments: Not sure what your question is, but in most cases, would handle this conservatively, if you are not progressively losing strength and muscle bulk, with intolerable pain. These disks can desiccate and shrink if you can wait 9-10 months, and avoid surgery. An EMG test can objectify extent of nerve damage at this point. ...Read more
If your hard palate cracked during the dental extraction andnow has functional issue, which doctor is best suited to follow up, ent, oral surgeon or neuro surgeon?
What's the difference between a pediatric oncologist nurse and a pediatric oncologist practitioner?
Years of training: Nurses: RN, BSN, MSN can care for patients under the supervision of a "practitioner" which could be a physician or a nurse practitioner A nurse practitioner has extra years of school and clinical training to become an independent practitioner. PA, a physician's assistant can be an independent practitioner. NPs can run a clinic and see patients. They often work on a team with a doctor. ...Read more
Plz i need a neurologist to answer me my 3 years old boy diagnosed by speech pthologist with childhood apraxia of speech.what tests do you recommand?
MRI of brain, maybe: The first thing I would recommend would be a thorough neurological evaluation of the child. This will identify any evidence of a central nervous system injury such as stroke or other brain insult.If there is a suspicion of brain damage for any reason then, an MRI may be helpful. Also, according to history and other factors certain genetic disorders or syndromes may be considered and tested for. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Facial bone: The bones do not change appreciably. Soft tissue changes occur. ...Read more
Is it possible for orthodontists to tell, by your teeth structure and size, when you will start your puberty growth spurt?
Other signs: Not structure and size, but timing of eruption. Actually, it's the other way around. Skeletal changes usually proceed dental changes. We expect to see specific changes in the dentition based on what we see as far as crank-facial maturation is concerned. Remember that the incisors and 6 year molars actually start to develop before birth, and the size of all teeth as determined before they erupt. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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