Addison's disease treatment in city Incheon
South Korea
3,471 patients are sent for treatment

Addison's disease treatment in clinics of Incheon

➤ Addison's disease treatment in clinics of Incheon ➤ 10 clinics Addresses $ Prices for treatments and diagnostics ☺ 28 reviews ✎ Make an appointment ✉ 3,471 patients are sent for treatment

Addison's disease affects 1 person in 100 thousand population. However, in USA found up to 60 cases per million population in the UK and around 40 in Denmark – 60. Many patients do not seek treatment.

the Disease develops in patients 30-50 years. In women the disease is more common, and they have the disease is heavier. Due to the disease of the skin patients taking bronze, Golden or brown color, including on the palms. Gradually darken mucous membranes of the rectum, oral cavity and vagina.

Addison's disease — a rare endocrine disease in which the adrenal glands stop producing the required amount of hormones, including cortisol.

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We found 10 clinics specialized in addison's disease with cumulative rating
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Medical center Gil, University of Gachon specialised on treatment addison's disease
Medical center Gil University Gachon is a multidisciplinary center, which provide various medical services to patients from all over the world. Highly skilled hospital staff, applying the latest technology and most modern equipment will be able to ...
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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Samsung medical center specialised on treatment addison's disease
Samsung medical center, awarded the title of "Hospital of the presidential standards", offers its patients a variety of medical services pursuant to more than twenty core areas. For treatment use only modern equipment and innovative technology.
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+8 800 333 2262 (free)
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The clinic is certified by:Joint Commission International (JCI) is the biggest and most well-known hospital accreditation provider on the international market
University hospital Inha specialised on treatment addison's disease
University hospital Inha is considered to be one of the best hospitals in South Korea. The main areas of the hospital are diagnostics, rehabilitation, and of course, the treatment.
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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Seoul National University Hospital (SUNH) specialised on treatment addison's disease
It is in the medical center SNUH Korea's first born test tube baby. Also here research is carried out for the study of Hodgkin's disease, cerebral palsy and many other diseases to create new methods of treatment.
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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The clinic is certified by:Joint Commission International (JCI) is the biggest and most well-known hospital accreditation provider on the international market
Clinic Severance specialised on treatment addison's disease
The Severance hospital at Yonsei University offers its patients the rehabilitation services and treatment for various medical areas, including Oncology, ophthalmology, Pediatrics, otolaryngology and many others. With high-tech equipment and the ...
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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medical center of University Hanyang specialised on treatment addison's disease
Hanyang hospital is the main medical center of the armed forces of the United States located in South Korea. The main areas of the clinic are: rheumatology, surgery, endocrinology, nuclear medicine, cardiology, orthopedics and other specialties.
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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University hospital soon Chun Hyang (Soon Chun Hyang Hospital) in bucheon specialised on treatment addison's disease
Medical center at the University of Anonchan is a leading multidisciplinary clinics in South Korea. The leading specialists of this institution is daily taking in about 2500 patients, which often treat problems with the areas of medicine: ...
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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Medical center Ajou (Ajou) specialised on treatment addison's disease
Ajou clinic is a multidisciplinary medical facility that includes 32 specialized centers providing services in all areas of modern medicine. Experienced specialists with the latest equipment and innovative treatment methods show successful results ...
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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National University Kangwon Hospital specialised on treatment addison's disease
A multidisciplinary clinic is equipped with the most modern equipment, contains a staff of highly skilled specialists who will not only help to establish correct diagnosis, but also to create a complete treatment plan on our innovative techniques.
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
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Reviews
The cost of the survey from 3000 euros and above. The medical report will be send after lots of reminders after 6 months. They didn't do some of the laboratory tests which was already paid, "by mistake". Position and design of medical office are at the highest level!
Son was diagnosed with diabetes first type. The decision to go abroad for treatment were accepted almost immediately, as the disease is not simple. About the clinic Dialibre learned from friends with the same problem as us. Seeing a doctor Patricia ENES, attentive and knowledgeable doctor. Passed a lot of examinations and attend training and exercises, here we will learn how to control the disease. The child feels much better. Will continue to occur and continue in the clinic Dialibre.
Our grandmother determined dystrophy of the retina. In our country it is considered that this disease, especially in the elderly is not treated. But in the clinic "Hengill" in Seoul (South Korea) our grandmother had a full examination including optical coherence tomography and had surgery to restore vision –laser therapy.
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