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UofL Pediatric Surgeons are now with Norton Children’s Surgery

The affiliation between Norton Healthcare, UofL Physicians – Pediatrics, and the University of Louisville School of Medicine makes it easier for children and their families to access comprehensive general surgery care connected to the Norton Children’s network. This network provides...

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‘MedChat’ CME podcast: ‘Common Issues in Women’s Health’

The latest episode of the “MedChat” podcast, “Common Issues in Women’s Health” is now available. Often times, when female patients seek medical attention it is either for a specific complaint or their annual wellness exam. It is recognized that there...

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January 2021 Norton Children’s Medical Group New Providers

Virginia F. Barbosa, M.D. Pediatric Psychiatry Sara “Sally” G. Diebold, M.D. Pediatrics Mary E. Knights, M.D. Pediatrics Joseph C. Pappalardo, M.D. Pediatrics Deborah I. Wallace, M.D. Pediatrics Sara Monroe, APRN Pediatrics Katherine S. Passafiume, APRN Neonatology Amy B. Willis, ARPN...

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January 2021 Norton Medical Group new providers

Gregory E. Cooper, M.D., Ph.D. Neurology Rachel Hart, D.O. Geriatric Medicine Amanda Buchanan, APRN Family Medicine Robin A. Schmalz, APRN Cardiology

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Guidance on when to consider genetic testing for short stature

When a child is referred for short stature, pediatric endocrinologist Catalina Cabrera Salcedo, M.D., said providers first need to ask: Is the patient really short? Dr. Cabrera Salcedo, an endocrinologist with Norton Children’s Endocrinology, affiliated with the UofL School of...

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Younger patients may be reluctant to bring up early signs of menopause

Some women begin experiencing perimenopause as early as their late 30s, with symptoms lasting anywhere from two to eight years leading up to menopause in the usual late 40s to early 50s. Younger patients may be reluctant to bring up...

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