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Expert in:

  • Haematology


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First visit Medical Oncology


Haematology Oncology Group Practice HM1, Level 1, John Flynn Private Hospital 42 Inland Drive, Tugun

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First visit Palliative Care


Haematology Oncology Group Practice HM1, Level 1, John Flynn Private Hospital 42 Inland Drive, Tugun

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Haematology Oncology Group Practice HM1, Level 1, John Flynn Private Hospital 42 Inland Drive, Tugun

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Subsequent visits Medical Oncology


Haematology Oncology Group Practice HM1, Level 1, John Flynn Private Hospital 42 Inland Drive, Tugun

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Subsequent visits Palliative Care


Haematology Oncology Group Practice HM1, Level 1, John Flynn Private Hospital 42 Inland Drive, Tugun

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  • Which drugs interact with norspan?

    Numerous drugs interact with norspan including alcohol. Norspan is a synthetic morphine like drug administered across the skin but all the drugs that interact with morphine will also interact with norspan.

    Prof. Ehtesham Abdi

  • I am a fit or was 73 year old female with a history, of myself at age 39 but also runs in females in the family of breast cancer. 2 weeks ago I had within a time frame of 3 hours (with no reason such as a fall or hard knock)my breast whole breast swelled and as hard as a rock with horrendous bright red burning. I saw my GP who immediately put me on antibiotics a course of 3 lots. the swelling has reduced to the size of an egg now. Have had 2 lots of mammograms and ultra sounds but without any conclusion or answers. The radiologist has advised i see a breast cancer surgeon. When this all started it had all the symptoms of inflammatory breast cancer as I live in a regional area and have to travel 400 kilometres to someone who specialises in IBC do you think i would bedding myself an injustice if I was to just see a surgeon locally who does handle breast cancer.

    Most likely it is an infection but you must see a local surgeon first and then only if necessary see a specialist breast surgeon who may organise a breast MRI.

    Prof. Ehtesham Abdi

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Experience

Expert in:

  • Haematology


Specializations

  • Haematology