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Superspecialisation available: MCH in surgical oncology m.Ch.In oncology dm in medical oncology difference?
Huh!: I don't understand your question. Surgical oncologists have completed a 5 year residency in surgery and a two year fellowship in surgical oncology. We are surgeons with special interest and experience in treating cancer. Most do not give chemotherapy. Medical oncologists typically start with internal medicine and then subspecialise. They give chemotherapy and other drugs but do not do surgery. ...Read more
It takes a village..: In addition to md specialists, there are many who help provide care for a child with cancer. A partial list includes oncology nurses, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, dietitians, social workers, medical assistants, child life specialists and researchers (basic science, translational medicine, epidemiology). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Pediatric oncologists are doctors (4 years of medical school after college) with training in pediatrics (3 year residency after medical school) and pediatric hematology/oncology (3 year fellowship after residency). Pediatric oncology nurses usually have 4 years of college (some 2 years, some master degrees with 6 years). Not surprisingly, the doctor makes more than the nurse. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Abnormal WBC: Your white blood cell count and immature white cells are elevated, which may signal an infection. Prednisone can also cause an elevated WBC. Comparing to the laboratory standard is helpful, if you have it. Also, no sure why you had the test - what are your symptoms? ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Whats difference in approach by pediatric neurosurgery, pediatric oncology, pediatric general surgery?
DifferentSpecialties: Each of the doctors mentioned underwent separate residencies focused on their areas of interest. While there may be overlap in particular diseases treated, they would work together to provide optimal care. For example, a pediatric surgeon may be responsible for the surgical removal of a tumor and the oncologist would be responsible for coordinating chemotherapy. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
New radiologist performed core biopsy. 1 year post fellowship of breast imaging at memorial sloan kettering. LIkely she knows what she's doing?
Top PC surgical oncologist at teaching hospital/major center, says T1. He rather not get 2nd opinion on cyto lab results. Operation set. Hmm?
Team member: They are a scientist with a specialty in radiation physics who work with the radiation oncologist to plan the various radiation fields and doses required for treatment. This aids in reducing exposure of normal tissues to radiation and maximizes the dose to cancer tissues. They are an integral part of the health care team. It is a highly sought after position. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
After obgyns finish residency do they have to choose a subspecialty (maternal fetal medicine, gynecology oncology)?
Oncology: Where within the National Institute of Health's organization does an oncologist send suspected cancer slides as a second opinion?
Your doctor can guid: NIH is a huge institution. Unless you are your doctor know someone there who is a bonafide speciallist, you may not get the answer that you are seeking. NIH is not known for slide reviewes in the first place. There are other centers of excellence in different cancers, which you doctor can guide you or his office to do. What is your diagnosis? If you tell me tha,t i can guide you and help you find ...Read more
Degree and License: Ota's require two years of college and a state license. Salaries commensurate with experience and location in the $40k's. ...Read more
Apgar's score: The Apgar's score is a way to evaluate effective resuscitation of newborns, based on it asphyxiated (depressed) neonates are diagnosed for many years and most recently for last few years, it has been used with other tools to identify those who are candidates for hypothermia treatment to prevent further brain injury. ...Read more
Clinical / research: Pediatric hematologist/oncologists can perform full time clinical service in a group practice or in an academic center. They can perform clinical research in association with clinical service. They can perform basic science or translational research primarily or exclusively. Lastly, with experience and accomplishment, they can become administrators ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Comparable: I think you can choose either way- either public hospital or private hospital. There are a lot of hospitals there, but public hospital like the national university hospital is good too. Choose the oncologist whom you feel comfortable with is probably more important. ...Read more
Who performs lymph node biopsies? Haematologists, oncologists, radiologist? None seem to provide any answers
Any recommendations 4 knowledgeable & caring rheumotalogist & endocrinologist in los angeles area within kaiser permanente network?
See details: Go online to kaiser's website or call them directly. Physician recommendations are not a function of this website. ...Read more