- n. A doctor specializing in the treatment of arthritis and other ailments of the joints.
- n. a physician specializing in rheumatic diseases
“But since I was on the tail end of insurance coverage and the rheumatologist was my last shot at a diagnosis, weird arthritis-y thing is now mine own to have (forever) and manage (I hope).”
“She was started on a high dose of steroids and referred to a rheumatologist.”
“I have even been told to call the rheumatologist because I was going to NEED these drugs!”
“I just had a non-board certified "rheumatologist" refer a patient to a cardiolist "for BP control.”
“Since you’ve taken a decent amount of time to blog about this, my advice to you would be to call the rheumatologist and let him know the feedback you have received.”
“This summer, a rheumatologist added Fibromyalgia to the list.”
“Multiple skills are required to be a well-rounded, productive pediatric rheumatologist, thus our program is designed to enhance the fellow's skills in:”
“Hadler, a rheumatologist at the University of North Carolina Hospitals, says the fact that there is no diagnostic test for the syndrome can contribute to the way patients cope.”
“In late January, the rheumatologist called to say that there hadn't been enough fluid in the sample to analyze and that he needed to repeat the aspiration.”
“Her advice was unequivocal: Consult a pediatric rheumatologist.”
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