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What Doctor Do You See For Red Veins On Your Eyelids
Laser specialist: There are dermatologists and ophthalmologists who specialize in treatment of veins of the eyelids using certain lasers. Treating the upper eyelids with lasers usuallly requires special protective eyeshields that are placed inside the eye along with a protective lubricant and numbing drops. Very important to make sure the doctor is highly experienced and trained to perform these treatments. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends on issue: There is no specialty of medicine or dentistry that deals only or specifically with 'tongues'. The best doctor (ent, oral pathologist, oral surgeon, general dentist, . Pcp) would depend upon the specific issue or problem- irritation, allergy, neoplasm, laceration, thrush, viral or bacterial infections, canker sore, herpes, lichen planus, etc. Please state your issue or symptom. ...Read more
What can cause your eye to twitch, and what do I need to do? Or who do I need to see about it? Would it contain seeing a neoroligist?
Ocular irritation: Likely causes of twitching of the eyelid (eyelid myokymia )are related to ocular surface irritation, whether its from dry eyes, eyelid inflammation, allergies, dust, wind, medications, too much caffeine, or stress. First trial artificial tears 4-6 times per day. Warm compresses and lid massages may also help. See an eye md if these don't help. ...Read more
Eye MD: Many tests help check optic nerve: visual acuity, pupil reaction tests, red desaturation, color testing, dilated fundus exam, b scan ultrasound, mri. Your eye md starts with a clinical history that guides the exam and testing. Abnormal findings warrant further investigation. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If I have several (9) warts on only my right hand what kind of doctors office should I visit to treat them? A dermatologist? Please someone reply and tell me what kind of doctor should I visit to get rid of my warts & to find out why these warts are gr
There : There are many options for you including topical acids, cantharidin, liquid nitrogen (most common method used), candida antigen injection, bleomycin injection, and laser. Most likely it will take a few visits, but a dermatologist is typically well trained to help. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
If concerned, yes: This requires medical assessment. If you are concerned that it is serious, then asap. If not, set up an appointment. ...Read more
I know you have to put on vaseline for your eyelids to get less dry, but what about the redness and itching?
Solar lentigo: Solar lentigo - these are related to sun exposure and seen on areas of skin normally exposed to sunlight (e.g. Face, hands). They are benign lesions, less than 5mm in diameter but they may merge to form larger spots. The peak age used to be 30-50 but is getting younger with increasing sun exposure. Treatment is with liquid nitrogen or bleaching cream. ...Read more
Pink eye: There are two basic types, infective (contagious) and non infective, and the treatment for each is different. Best to see an ophthalmologist if your family doctor cannot differentiate the two. ...Read more
Keep getting superficial clots on my foot, ankle and shin.My doctor and the e.r. doctor dismissed them. Painful.What kind of doctor do I see for this?
Vein Doctor...: Superficial blood clots, typically found on the lower legs, are considered non life threatening and rarely lead to the much more devastating condition known as deep vein thrombosis or DVT. If the superficial veins become problematic relief can be found by consulting with either a vein specialist or surgeon. Many dermatologists are also trained to effectively treat and resolve your condition. ...Read more
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What tests do I need to take to determine the cause of laryngitis? My voice has been hoarse for a few weeks and is not improving. If i go to the doctor to get it checked out, what type of doctor should I see and what kind tests do they perform?
Longstanding : Longstanding hoarseness is a concerning warning sign, particularly if you smoke. This condition is best evaluated by an ENT physician, though you may have to see your personal physician first to get a referral. Typically a physical examination will be done and most likely a direct visualization of your throat will be done using a small endoscope. You should have this evaluated as soon as possible. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What type of doctor do you see when you are choked on the neck and feel pain for over a month?
Would ENT doctors be able to examine this problem?
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