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Scott Zashin, MD posted:
Because time may be limited for your appointment, focus on the 2 or 3 things that concern you the most. If it turns out that the doctor has time to address only two, see if the office (doctor or medical staff) can call you to discuss the other issue. Or, schedule another appointment sooner so you questions and concerns can be resolved.
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