Healthcare provider per disease

Hospitals are increasingly working in care pathways, which means that it is determined in advance which treatments and disciplines are involved in a particular disease. This results in a more holistic and cross-departmental approach. This allows you as a patient to be helped better and faster.
In line with this new way of working, you will find a handy list below which shows which practitioners / disciplines are involved in a particular disease, retrieved from the symptom finder.

List not complete yet? Help us and each other to complete the list by linking (reporting) the right disciplines via Symptomenzoeker.nl



Top Problem (disease) Medical discipline / department
1 Fifth disease
  1. General practitioner
  2. Pediatrics
2 Syringomyelia
  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Neurosurgery
3 Klippel-Feil Syndrome
  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Genetics
4 Diaphragm paralysis (one sided)
  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Neurology
5 Tick bite
  1. General practitioner
  2. Pediatrics
  3. Dermatology
  4. Medical Psychology
  5. Neurology
  6. Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine
  7. Internal Medicine
  8. Cardiology
  9. Rheumatology
6 Trachea-oesophageal fistula (fistula Oesofagotracheale)
  1. General practitioner
  2. Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine
7 Stiff neck (acute)
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
8 HME / MO
  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Pediatrics
  3. Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
  4. Orthopedics
9 Pfeiffer disease
  1. General practitioner
  2. Laboratory Medicine
10 Intestinal perforation
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
  2. Gastrointestinal and liver diseases
11 Self-harm
  1. General practitioner
  2. Psychiatry
12 Penis Injury
  1. General practitioner
  2. Urology
13 Gangrene (gangrene)
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
14 Leukoplakia (white patch)
  1. General practitioner
  2. Dermatology
15 Hyperventilation
  1. General practitioner
  2. Physiotherapy
  3. Speech Therapy
16 Drug overdose, drugs, alcohol
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
17 Paget
  1. General practitioner
  2. Rheumatology
18 Hives (urticaria)
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
  2. General practitioner
  3. Dermatology
  4. Allergology
19 Laryngeal edema
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
20 Scleroderma
  1. Physiotherapy
  2. Rheumatology
21 Muscle Tumor (fibroid)
  1. General practitioner
  2. Medical oncology
22 Sleeping Leg Inflammation
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
  2. Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine
23 Testicular Cancer
  1. General practitioner
  2. Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
  3. Medical oncology
24 Postgastrectomiesyndroom
  1. Dietitian
25 Lime Nagel
  1. General practitioner
  2. Dermatology
26 Hemorrhoids
  1. General practitioner
  2. Urology
27 Fold Long
  1. General practitioner (urgent)
28 Cytomegalovirus infection
  1. General practitioner
  2. Ophthalmology
  3. Ear, Nose and Throat Medicine
29 Blue birthmark
  1. General practitioner
  2. Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
  3. Pathology
  4. Radiotherapy (department)
  5. Medical oncology
30 Allergic peru balsam
  1. Dietitian
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