Have you been exposed to asbestos?
Make an appointment with your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms:
- Shortness of breath
- Chest or back pain
- Persistent cough
- Brown or red-flecked phlegm
- Black or tarry stools
An evaluation of asbestos related disease should include:
- Taking of your history
- Physical exam
- Breathing test
- CT Scan
- Evaluation for colon cancer
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What to Expect at a Medical Evaluation for Asbestos Disease
Michael Harbut, MD, internationally recognized expert on the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of asbestos-related diseases presents the medical considerations associated with a physical exam and evaluation of those with an exposure to asbestos.
For assistance, your physician may contact Dr. Harbut through his nurse, Cynthia Noraian, at 248-849-3107, his clinic at 248-350-2722, or firstname.lastname@example.org.