multidisciplinary approach


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multidisciplinary approach

A term referring to the philosophy of converging multiple specialties and/or technologies to establish a diagnosis or effect a therapy
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Spectrum Healths multidisciplinary approach pulls together doctors, therapists, dietitians and other health care providers to develop a comprehensive and individualized treatment plan for each patient, said Paul Twydell, DO, Spectrum Healths director of neuromuscular medicine.
The cabinet on Wednesday approved the creation of a Supreme Council for Oncology tasked with introducing a multidisciplinary approach to cancer treatment that aims at offering the most suitable treatment to each patient, Health Minister Giorgos Pamboridis said.
A new clinic that provides a multidisciplinary approach to breast cancer care, known as triple assessment, is improving the outcome for patients with breast cancer in Qatar.
Graves' Orbitopathy: A Multidisciplinary Approach -- Questions and Answers, 3rd Edition
In his explanatory note, Gatchalian also emphasized the importance of a multidisciplinary approach in cancer management.
As with all the disorders he treats, ENT specialist Mr Vijay Singh believes in a multidisciplinary approach in order to diagnose and treat swallowing problems.
Preconception, prenatal, and postpartum management of women with genetic conditions can be complex, but a multidisciplinary approach to patient care can lead to optimal outcomes for both mother and baby," Dr.
Gynecologic cancers; a multidisciplinary approach to diagnosis and management.
In 2011, researchers from the EMGO Institute for Health and Care Research, VU University Medical Center, Amsterdam, explored the idea of applying a multidisciplinary approach to long-term care, a setting in which chronic diseases and comorbidities are common.
New York Mold Company Adopts A Multidisciplinary Approach To Mold Removal In Light of Hurricane Sandy Flooding.
Asperger Syndrome in Adulthood: A Comprehensive Guide for Clinicians covers issues of diagnosis and psychosocial issues, plus different kinds of interventions for Asperger's in adulthood, and blends the authors' combined clinical expertise with publish research to provide a multidisciplinary approach to assessment and treatment options.
Religion and the American Constitutional Experiment provides an excellent multidisciplinary approach to American religious liberty, appears in a third updated edition, and provides college-level history classes with an in-depth survey of the history, theory, law and analysis of American religious liberty form colonial to modern times.

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