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Program for abdominal and pelvic health offered at Rush University Medical Center

d Dr. Theodore Saclarides; gastroenterologists Dr. Keith Bruninga, Dr. Ali Keshavarzian, Dr. Ece Mutlu and Dr. Carline Quander; urologists Dr. Christopher Cognac, Dr. Le Elterman and Dr. Jerome Hoeksema; gynecologists Dr. Eric Brown; urogynecologist Dr. Bruce Rosenzweig; physiatrist Dr. Sheila Dugan; physical therapist Vonna Karoghlanian; psychologist Dr. Laurie Keefer, and radiologists Dr. Steven Archibald, Dr. Virginia Schreiner and Dr. Claire Smith.

Appointments may be scheduled by calling (312) 942-7274. The program manager will guide patients through the program. Before the first appointment, she will discuss symptoms with the patients and determine which specialists are appropriate for each patient.


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Contact: Mary Ann Schultz
mary_ann_schultz@rush.edu
312-942-7816
Rush University Medical Center
28-Apr-2005


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