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What is the difference between direct contract and in network with regard to medical insurance. Which is easier on the wallet when payment time comes?
Depends: If you have a workers compensation or injury, doctors who perform independent medical examination can reveiw your case. If you are seeking a second opinion the experts in that feild or specialise in that type of medicine will be appropriate. ...Read more
Why do medical expert take a patient for granted when they are not expressive of how they feel or trying to be strong for yourself.
No excuses: Doctors often need to work on improving their listening skills. ...Read more
A psychiatrist: Schizophrenia is one of the more severe and difficult mental illnesses and nearly no one would attempt to treat it without medication - some might use other techniques too, but since there is a need to prescribe and a need to understand very challenging symptoms, psychiatrists are the best choice if not the only one! ...Read more
are there medical practitioners that can do the same care as they provide?
Not a series of disparate experts but rather one gp provider?
Absolutely: I'm one - to find one in your area go to a4m.Com and use doctor locator to find a local one with similar training/expertise to help you out. ...Read more
How do I get to see a medical expert for an overall opinion on my secondary life threatening problems, do I need to go through my doctor first?
Usually no problem: Rules are usually caused by insurance companies or the government. Aside from that, one can see any doctor she wishes to see and pay for. If she is unsure of her conditions, she can see an internal medicine doctor for a second opinion. If she knows her conditions, she can see specialists who treat those disorders for second opinions. For example, for aches and joint problems, try a rheumatologist. ...Read more
What's a good EKG guide/book for a 4th medical student who's not clueless about ekg's but no expert either, starting internal medicine rotations?
Dubin: Dubin's rapid interpretation of ekgs.Get a more detailed answer ›
Neuropathy: Nerve damage (neuropathy) is a common diagnosis for such complaints, though there are other potential diagnoses that can cause this. A nerve conduction and EMG test can be useful to prove neuropathy. Neuropathy has many potential causes, but diabetes, thyroid issues, some toxins (alcohol, chemo meds), vitamin deficiencies, and some infections (eg hiv, hansen's disease) are coin causes. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Finding thyroid expert ? Reading tells me large percentage of thyroid/nodules removed are benign. Medical papers refer to finding needle in haystack.
Cancer < 5%: Thyroid nodules are very common, especially as we get older. You are correct, most thyroid nodules removed are benign. There is a small risk of cancer in most nodules, but the risk goes up with significant medically history, like family history of thyroid cancer or history of neck radiation. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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