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Spring Seasonal Health Tips Allergy- In early spring when the flowering trees such as the bradford pear or redbud break out into bloom, pollen counts are already going up. This seems to fall around Valentine’s Day each year on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Remember, allergy can manifest itself in many ways, such as fatigue or…Read more
As one of the most common procedures in the United States, ear tube placement is indicated to stop the need for recurrent antibiotics therapy for ear infections, to reduce ear pain in your child, and to ensure normal speech and hearing development. Dr. Seicshnaydre also explores the underlying reason for the recurrent ear infections. He…Read more
Sarah McGuire MSN, APRN, FNP-BC: Sarah holds a Bachelor and Master of Science degree in Nursing from Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, LA. Her nursing background is in Emergency, Critical, and Post Anesthesia Care. Her Nurse Practitioner experience includes primary/urgent care, and several years in the field of neurotology. In addition to working with Dr.…Read more
Thyroid nodule are present in up to 50% of patients. Certain features that are seen during ultrasound examination, or somewhat rapid enlargement of the nodules, result in a need for tissue biopsy. Today, improvement in ultrasound equipment have allowed better following of thyroid nodules. Although needle aspiration biopsy has been used many years ago for…Read more
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