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Pediatrician Vs Pediatric Surgeon
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
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
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
Your question is ?: You wrote a statement, not a question.Please start over from the beginning,provide enough background info to understand your issue and ask a clear question.This is not a chat room.Questions are not linked so we cannot see anything you upload or asked in the past or future. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
General or Ped surg: General surgeons can fix almost all umbilical hernias. They can be repaired with open surgery (single larger incision) or laparoscopically (multiple tiny incisions). Pediatric surgeons can fix umbilical hernias in kids and adolescents, usually up to age 18. ...Read moreSee 5 more doctor answers
Pediatric surgeon (neonatal and or fetal intervention) vs. ob/gyn (perinatology), what's the difference?
Perinatal medicine : Fetal intervention/fetal surgery is performed by an entire team. The team is made up of a pediatric surgeon, Perinatologist, and a neonatolist. The pediatric surgeon is the one who performs the surgery, the Perinatologist manages the patient with the complications that can result from the surgery, such as preterm labor. The neonatologist takes care of the complications that the baby may have. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Neither!: Most doctors' pay is based on many components, such as the way the procedure is ‘coded’, the area of the country they practice in, the type of medical insurance, their employment contract, contractual discounts, etc. Some doctors e.g. Plastic surgeons, bill the patient directly and their fees have to be paid in full. ...Read more
Dallas & Fort Worth: Following are 3 pediatric urologists with excellent reputations in your area: Clanton Harrison MD in Dallas, Jonathon Kaye MD & Jeff Pugach in Fort Worth ...Read more
What is the difference between a pediatric surgeon (neonatal or fetal intervention) vs. ob/gyn (perinatology)?
Totally different: a pediatric surgeon is a specially trained surgeon who operates on the baby after birth, or in certain centers, can operate while the baby is in the womb (fetal surgeons). A perinatologist is an adult doctor who specializes in caring for the mother and diagnosing certain problems in the fetus before birth ...Read more
Craniosyostosis: The pediatrician is concerned that the child may have elevated intracranial pressure. This can come from a number of things including premature fusion of the bone plates of the skull. A craniofacial plastic surgeon needs to evaluate this to ensure proper development. If the bones are fused then surgery may be required. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Pediatric surgeon: The Pediatric Surgeon handles problems that might need or need surgery. examples are appendicitis, hernias, hydrocele etc. This is a general professional advice limited to USA patients based on information provided and is to be verified by a Physician familiar with the patient. ...Read more
Close to you: Following are well respected & excellent: Craig Peters MD, Harry Gil Rushton MD both at at Children's National with a branch in Virginia, Boyd Winslow MD in Richmond Virginia & Charles Horton Jr. MD in Virginia Beach. ...Read more
They are not adults: Pediatric surgeons are surgeons w additional fellowship training in the surgical treatment of infants, children and young teens. Although some general surgeons treat children, for more specialized needs a pediatric surgeon is best. Remember children are not small adults, body size, chemistry and biology makes specialized care important. Pediatric surgeons usually affiliate w children's hospitals. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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