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What Kind Of Doctor Sees Somebody For Septal Perforation
Neurosx: Assuming u mean brain, since can get avm anywhere. Treatment options are neurosurgeon for surgery, or interventional radiology for embolization. Common to have embolization prior to surgery. Upon finding an avm on a scan, you will be referred to a specialist. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Nose fungus: An ENT specialist. Often one from a university. ...Read more
FP/IM/gastro/surgeon: Internist or fp might see patient first; gastroenterologist commonly sees this; colorectal surgeon may see the more severe case. Severe cases can have pus pockets (abscesses), as well as fistulas (abnormal connections between organs), and require drainage by interventional radiologist or surgeon. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
General Surgeon: The management of a small bowel obstruction can be challenging and requires a surgeon so as to "follow" one's course and decide if surgery is necessary. On the one hand, most obstructions are due to scar tissue from prior surgery and will often get better without surgery; on the other hand, the intestine can die and lead to life-threatening problems. Therefore, we have to watch one very closely. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
General and eye: A subconjunctival hemorrhage is often a chance occurence, caused by a microscopic tear in a blood vessel on the outside of the eye. Although the tear heals very quickly, the blood that spilled out remains caught between the clear skin (conjunctiva) and the white of the eye below it. General and eye doctors can diagnose it. No treatment is necessary or available, but repeat bouts should be checked. ...Read more
Foot and Ankle: This is easily evaluated by a physician that has been trained in the foot and ankle. This would include podiatrists and foot and ankle orthopedists. Ask for the recommendations of family, friends and you pcp for a great place to get a referral. You can also check out: www.Acfas.Org, www.Apma.Org, and www.Aaos.Org for local providers. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Thalassemia: Thalassemia is an inherited disease of the red blood cells. There are many types of thalassemia, some quite minor and others that can be quite severe. An internist with a specialty in hematology (blood disorders) is the best physician to see to diagnose the type of thalassemia and treat it appropriately. ...Read more
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