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Oncology deals with the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of cancer. Oncologists specialize in diagnosing cancer and developing treatment plans, which may include various forms of therapy such as chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and surgery. Oncologists work closely with other medical professionals, such as radiologists, pathologists, and hematologists, to ensure the best possible treatment for each patient. Additionally, oncologists are also involved in cancer prevention and research to better understand the development of the disease and to find new treatment options.

    Oncologist’s appointment

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    Patients with a diagnosed cancer or suspicion of it can make an appointment with an oncologist. The focus of the appointment is on the patient’s treatment and monitoring. During the appointment, the patient may need to undergo several tests, such as blood and imaging tests (such as X-rays, CT scans, MRI, and ultrasound). These tests help the doctor evaluate the spread of cancer and decide on appropriate treatment.

    During the appointment, the doctor conducts a full physical examination to assess the patient’s health and asks in detail about the patient’s symptoms, medical history, and treatment history. The doctor then provides recommendations for further treatment and monitoring, including treatment options, likely outcomes, and possible side effects. An oncologist may also develop a treatment plan.

    Oncologist's appointment
    150 €
    30 min

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    Confido Medical Centre
    Veerenni 51, Tallinn

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    Service: Oncologist’s appointment

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