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Diseases

Diseases defined in Diagnoscope and specialists that we recommend to consult


Order Disease Name Relevant Specialist
1 AIDS an infectious disease specialist
2 Acromegaly an endocrinologist or neurosurgeon
3 Acute Bronchitis a pulmonologist
4 Acute Bronchitis or Bronchiolitis a pediatrician
5 Acute Diverticulitis an emergency room or gastroenterologist
6 Acute Gastroenteritis an emergency room or primary care physician
7 Acute Gastroenteritis. a pediatric emergency room or pediatrician or primary care physician
8 Acute Pancreatitis an emergency room or gastroenterologist
9 Acute Prostatitis (Inflammation of the Prostate) an urologist
10 Adenoid Hypertrophy a pediatrician or ear, nose and throat specialist
11 Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever) an ear, nose and throat specialist or allergist (immunologist)
12 Alzheimer's Disease (Dementia) a neurologist
13 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (Motor Neuron Disease) a neurologist
14 Anal Abscess or Ingrown Hair a general surgeon
15 Anal Fistula or Fissure a general surgeon
16 Anemia a hematologist
17 Ankylosing Spondylitis a rheumatologist or internist
18 Anthrax an infectious disease specialist or dermatologist
19 Aortic Valve Stenosis a cardiologist or emergency room
20 Appendicitis an emergency room
21 Asthma a pulmonologist or allergist (immunologist) or emergency room
22 Asthma. a pediatrician or pediatric allergist/immunologist or emergency room
23 Astigmatism an ophthalmologist
24 Athlete's Foot (Tinea Pedis) a dermatologist
25 Atrial Septal Defect a pediatrician or cardiologist
26 Autism a pediatrician or developmental pediatrician
27 Behçet's Disease a rheumatologist or internist
28 Bladder Cancer an urologist
29 Blocked Leg Arteries a cardiovascular surgeon
30 Botulism emergency room
31 Breast Cancer a breast surgeon or general surgeon
32 Bronchiectasis a pulmonologist
33 COPD (Chronic Bronchitis) a pulmonologist
34 Calcaneal Spur (Heel Spur) or Plantar Fasciitis an orthopedist
35 Carbon Monoxide Poisoning an emergency room or hyperbaric physician
36 Caries a dentist
37 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome an orthopedist
38 Cataract an ophthalmologist
39 Celiac Disease (Gluten Allergy) a gastroenterologist or internist
40 Celiac Disease (Gluten Allergy). a pediatrician
41 Cerebellar Infarction a neurologist or emergency room
42 Cerebral Infarction in Newborns a pediatric neurologist or pediatrist
43 Cerebrovascular Disease a neurologist or emergency room
44 Cervical Herniated Disc a physiatrist or orthopedic spine surgeon or neurosurgeon
45 Cervical Spine Flattening a physiatrist or orthopedic spine surgeon or neurosurgeon
46 Chickenpox an infectious disease specialist or pediatrician
47 Chickenpox. a pediatrician or emergency room
48 Cholelithiasis (Gallstone) a gastroenterologist or internist or general surgeon
49 Chronic Prostatitis (Inflammation of the Prostate) an urologist
50 Cirrhosis a hepatologist or gastroenterologist or internist
51 Cluster Headache a neurologist
52 Cold a primary care physician or ear, nose and throat specialist
53 Cold Sores (Herpes Simplex) a dermatologist
54 Cold Sores (Herpes Simplex). a pediatrician
55 Cold. a pediatrician or primary care physician
56 Colon Cancer a gastroenterologist or colon and rectal surgeon or general surgeon
57 Congenital Dislocation of the Hip a pediatrician or orthopaedist
58 Conjunctivitis (inflammation of the Eye Membranes) an ophthalmologist
59 Coronary Artery Disease an emergency room or cardiologist
60 Cow's Milk Allergy a pediatrician
61 Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
62 Cyanotic Congenital Heart a pediatrician
63 Cystic Fibrosis a pediatrician
64 Deep Vein Thrombosis a vascular surgeon
65 Depression a psychiatrist
66 Diabetes Mellitus an endocrinologist or internist
67 Diffuse Toxic Goiter (Hyperthyroidism) an endocrinologist or internist
68 Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy a pediatric neurologist or pediatrist
69 Ear Wax (Cerumen) an ear, nose and throat specialist
70 Eczema a dermatologist
71 Endometrial Cancer a gynecologist
72 Endometriosis (Chocolate Cyst) a gynecologist
73 Enlarged Prostate (Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy) an urologist
74 Erysipelas or Cellulitis a dermatologist or emergency room
75 Esophageal Cancer a gastroenterologist or thoracic surgeon
76 Excessive Stomach Gas a primary care physician or gastroenterologist
77 Eye Disorder (Refractive Error) an ophthalmologist
78 Facial Paralysis (Bell's Palsy) an ear, nose and throat specialist or neurologist
79 Familial Mediterranean Fever (FMF) a rheumatologist or internist
80 Fibromyalgia (Soft Tissue Rheumatism) a rheumatologist or internist
81 Foreign Body in Esophagus an emergency room or ear, nose and throat specialist or thoracic surgeon
82 Foreign Body in Esophagus. an emergency room or pediatrician
83 Foreign Body in the Trachea an emergency room or pediatrician
84 Gastroesophageal Reflux (GERD) a gastroenterologist or internist
85 Gastrointestinal Bleeding an emergency room
86 Generalized Anxiety Disorder a psychiatrist
87 Genital Herpes an urologist or dermatologist
88 Genital Warts an urologist or dermatologist
89 Gingivitis (Gum Inflammation) a dentist or periodontist
90 Glaucoma an ophthalmologist
91 Glioma a neurosurgeon or emergency room
92 Glucose-6-phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency a hematologist
93 Gonorrhea an urologist
94 Gout an internist
95 Haemophilia (Clotting Disorder) a hematologist or pediatrician
96 Hashimoto's disease an endocrinologist or internist
97 Heart Failure a cardiologist
98 Hemorrhoids (Piles) a gastroenterologist or colon and rectal surgeon or general surgeon
99 Henoch-Schonlein Purpura a pediatrician or rheumatologist
100 Hirschsprung's Disease a pediatrician
101 Hordeolum an ophthalmologist
102 Hordeolum. a pediatrician
103 Hypermetropia an ophthalmologist
104 Hypertension (High Blood Pressure) a cardiologist or internist
105 Hypothyroidism an endocrinologist or internist
106 Idiopathic Scoliosis an orthopedist
107 Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP) a pediatrician or hematologist
108 Infectious Mononucleosis a primary care physician or infectious disease specialist or ear, nose and throat specialist or emergency room
109 Inflammation of the Testicle (Epididymitis and/or Orchitis) an urologist
110 Inflammatory Bowel Disease (Crohn's and Ulcerative Colitis) a gastroenterologist or internist
111 Influenza (Flu) a primary care physician or infectious disease specialist or ear, nose and throat specialist
112 Influenza (Flu). a pediatrician or primary care physician
113 Intestinal Parasites a pediatrician or gastroenterologist
114 Irritable Bowel Syndrome (Spastic Colon) a gastroenterologist or internist
115 Kawasaki a pediatrician
116 Keratoconus an ophthalmologist
117 Kidney Cancer an urologist or nephrologist
118 Knee Osteoarthritis an orthopedist
119 Lacrimal Duct Obstruction an ophthalmologist
120 Lactose Intolerance a gastroenterologist or internist
121 Leukemia a hematologist
122 Liver Cancer a hepatologist or gastroenterologist or internist
123 Lumbago an orthopedist
124 Lung Cancer a pulmonologist
125 Lymphatic Cancer (Lymphoma) a hematologist
126 MS (Multiple Sclerosis) a neurologist
127 Macular Degeneration (Yellow Spot Disease) an ophthalmologist
128 Malaria an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
129 Male Infertility an urologist
130 Malignant Melanoma a dermatologist
131 Malta Fever (Brucellosis) an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
132 Mastitis (Breast Infection) a gynecologist or general surgeon or emergency room
133 Measles a pediatrician or emergency room
134 Meningitis (Inflammation of the Lining of the Brain) an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
135 Meniscus an orthopedist
136 Menopause a gynecologist
137 Migraine a neurologist
138 Mitral Valve Stenosis a cardiologist or emergency room
139 Multiple Myeloma a hematologist or internist
140 Mumps an infectious disease specialist or pediatrician
141 Mushroom Poisoning an emergency room
142 Myopia an ophthalmologist
143 Ménière's Disease a ear, nose and throat specialist or audiologist or neurologist
144 Nail fungus (Onychomycosis) a dermatologist
145 Narcolepsy a sleep specialist or neurologist
146 Nasal Septum Deviation an ear, nose and throat specialist
147 Nasal and Sinus Tumor an ear, nose and throat specialist
148 Neonatal Jaundice a pediatrician
149 Night Blindness an ophthalmologist
150 Obsessive Compulsive Disorder a psychiatrist
151 Oral Cavity Cancer an ear, nose and throat specialist
152 Osteoarthritis a rheumatologist or orthopedist or physiotherapist
153 Osteomyelitis (Bone Infection) an orthopedist or emergency room
154 Osteoporosis an endocrinologist or orthopedist or physiotherapist
155 Otitis Media an ear, nose and throat specialist
156 Otitis Media. a pediatrician or emergency room
157 Ovarian Cancer a gynecologist
158 Pancreatic Cancer a gastroenterologist or internist
159 Panic Attack a psychiatrist or emergency room
160 Parkinson's Disease a neurologist
161 Peptic Ulcer and/or Gastritis a gastroenterologist or internist
162 Periarthritis of Shoulder (Frozen Shoulder) an orthopedist or physiotherapist
163 Peritonitis an emergency room or gastroenterologist or gastrointestinal surgeon
164 Pertussis an infectious disease specialist or pediatrician
165 Pheochromocytoma an endocrinologist or internist
166 Pneumonia a pulmonologist or emergency room
167 Pneumonia. a pediatrician or emergency room
168 Pneumothorax (Collapsed Lung) an emergency room or chest diseases specialist or thoracic surgeon
169 Polio (Poliomyelitis) a pediatrician or infectious diseases specialist
170 Polycystic Ovary Syndrome a gynecologist
171 Polycythemia a hematologist
172 Preeclampsia (Pregnancy Poisoning) an obstetrician or emergency room
173 Pregnancy an obstetrician or gynecologist
174 Premenstrual Syndrome a gynecologist
175 Progressive Systemic Sclerosis (Scleroderma) a rheumatologist or internist
176 Prostate Cancer an urologist
177 Psoriasis a dermatologist
178 Pulmonary Embolism an emergency room or pulmonologist or thoracic surgeon
179 Pulmonary Hydatid Cyst a pulmonologist or thoracic surgeon
180 Pulmonary Hypertension a pulmonologist or cardiologist or emergency room
181 Pulmonary Tuberculosis a pulmonologist
182 Reactive Hypoglycemia an endocrinologist or internist
183 Renal Failure (Initial Phase) a nephrologist
184 Restless Legs Syndrome a neurologist
185 Rheumatic Fever a pediatrician or infectious diseases specialist or emergency room
186 Rheumatoid Arthritis a rheumatologist or internist
187 Rickets a pediatrician
188 Roseola a pediatrician
189 Rubella a pediatrician or infectious disease specialist
190 Sarcoidosis a rheumatologist or internist
191 Scarlet Fever a pediatrician or emergency room
192 Shingles (Herpes Zoster) a dermatologist
193 Shoulder Impingement Syndrome an orthopedist
194 Sinusitis an ear, nose and throat specialist
195 Sinusitis. a pediatrician
196 Skin Cancer a dermatologist
197 Sleep Apnea a sleep disorders specialist or ear, nose and throat specialist or pulmonologist or neurologist
198 Slipped Disc a neurosurgeon or orthopedic spine surgeon
199 Small Intestine Cancer a gastroenterologist
200 Steatohepatitis an internist or gastroenterologist
201 Stomach (Gastric) Cancer a gastroenterologist
202 Sunstroke an emergency room
203 Syphilis an urologist or infectious diseases specialist
204 Systemic Lupus Erythematosus a rheumatologist or internist
205 Tennis Elbow an orthopedist
206 Testicular Cancer an urologist
207 Tethered Cord Syndrome a neurosurgeon or neurologist or physiatrist
208 Thoracic Outlet Syndrome a thoracic surgeon or an orthopedist
209 Threatened Miscarriage an emergency room or perinatologist or gynecologist
210 Throat Cancer an ear, nose and throat specialist
211 Thyroid Cancer a thyroidologist or endocrinologist or endocrine surgeon
212 Tinea Cruris a dermatologist
213 Tonsillitis or Pharyngitis an ear, nose and throat specialist
214 Tonsillitis or Pharyngitis. a pediatrician or emergency room
215 Travel-Associated Legionnaires' Disease an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
216 Travelers' Diarrhea an emergency room or primary care physician
217 Trigeminal Neuralgia a neurologist
218 Trochanteric Bursitis an orthopedist
219 Tularemia (Rabbit Fever) an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
220 Typhoid, Paratyphoid an infectious disease specialist or emergency room
221 Urinary Tract Infection (UTI) an urologist
222 Urinary Tract Infection. (UTI) a pediatrician
223 Urolithiasis (Kidney Stones) an urologist or nephrologist or emergency room
224 Urticaria a dermatologist or allergist (immunologist)
225 Urticaria. a pediatrician
226 Uterine Fibroid a gynecologist
227 Uveitis an ophthalmologist or emergency room
228 Vaginal Candidiasis a gynecologist
229 Vaginal Herpes a gynecologist or dermatologist
230 Vaginal Warts a gynecologist or dermatologist
231 Vaginitis (Vaginal Infection) a gynecologist
232 Varicocele an urologist
233 Varicose Veins a cardiovascular surgeon or interventional radiology specialist
234 Vasculitis a rheumatologist or hematologist or internist
235 Vesicoureteral Reflux (VUR) a pediatric urologist or pediatrist
236 Viral Hepatitis a hepatologist or gastroenterologist or infectious diseases specialist
237 Vitamin B Deficiency an internal medicine specialist
238 Vitiligo a dermatologist