Directory Category: Children and Adults

Andrew A. White, MD

Dec 01, 2017

Office staff will direct any requirements after medical chart is briefly reviewed

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Arnold Kirshenbaum

Mar 13, 2018

Providers are welcome to contact our office 301-860-1200 and discuss a patient prior to referral. Visual web conferences or chats are encouraged. Prior to any patient visit, providers should forward (1) a referral letter stating reason for consulation, (2) a complete summary discharge (maximum 1-2 pages) stating CC, HPI, PMH, ROS, and PE history, and 3) recent lab (6-12 months) as listed below: For MMAS or mastocytosis, lab must include a serum tryptase, cutaneous or bone marrow biopsy with kit, CD25 staining to confirm diagnosis For MCAS, lab must include copies of serum tryptase, copies of all other studies (ie, 24 hour urine studies, serum thyroid functions/antibodies, serology, rheumatology, hormonal studies), xrays, CTs, MRIs, sonograms ordered to workup or confirm diagnosis.

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Ivan Alvarez-Twose

Oct 04, 2017

Ivan Alvarez-Twose is the Coordinator of the Intituto de Estudios de Mastocitosis de Castilla La Mancha (CLMast), the only officially recognized Reference Center for Mastocytosis in Spain. Every year, this center sees up to 250 new patients , 60% of which are diagnosed with mastocytosis and 30% with mast cell activation syndromes. Dr Alvarez-Twose received […]

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Jennifer Veit DC

Jun 10, 2019

I am a pediatric chiropractor who has been introduced to MCAS via my patients. I am happy to play a supportive role in my patient’s healthcare and we have found that body work in various forms has helped with body pain and generalized well being.

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Jonathan A. Bernstein

Oct 05, 2017

None. Can do work up if necessary.

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Jonathan Bayuk

Feb 08, 2018

Dr. Jonathan Bayuk is a board-certified allergist and clinical immunologist, as well as a board-certified internist. In addition to his position as Medical Director of Allergy Services for AIANE, Dr. Bayuk is highly involved in the teaching of residents and medical students, which he accomplishes as the Director of Allergy and Immunology Curriculum at Baystate […]

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Matthew Giannetti

Oct 05, 2017

Must have 24 hour urine mediators (Prostagladin F2 and n-methylhistamine) and tryptase. If biopsy (skin or bone marrow) has been done, we will review the report.

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Melinda M. Rathkopf, MD

Nov 10, 2017

Melinda Rathkopf, MD, FAAAAI, FACAAI, FAAP, is a Partner at the Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Center of Alaska and is board-certified in pediatrics and allergy / immunology. She has been practicing in Anchorage, Wasilla and Valdez since July 2006. She previously served nine years as an U.S. Air Force physician. Dr. Rathkopf is the American […]

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Menachem Rottem

Oct 04, 2017

Prof. Rottem is Head of the Allergy Asthma and Immunology Service at the Emek Medical Center, Afula, and Clinical Associate Professor at the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel. A graduate of the Hebrew University Hadassah Medical School in Jerusalem, Prof. Rottem completed a Residency in Pediatrics at Hadassah University Medical […]

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Michael A. Linden, MD, PhD

Dec 13, 2017

I am a hematopathologist at the University of Minnesota. I have familiarity with the pathologic interpretation of bone marrow and other samples from patients with mast cell diseases as checked above.

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Natalia Vargas Navia

Nov 08, 2018

I am a pediatric dermatologist, I work in a pediatric hospital of reference in my country and I have clinical experience in the diagnosis and treatment of patients with mastocytosis

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