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Dr. Don Read specializes in colorectal surgery (formerly proctology) in Dallas, Texas.
Dr. Don Read has been compared 134 times. Details of Dr. Read's 46 years experience as an MD, his hospital affiliation and education at University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston are available on your free doctor report.
Dr. Don Read identified specializing in
Colorectal Surgery (formerly Proctology)Colorectal Surgery (formerly Proctology)
A colon and rectal surgeon is trained to diagnose and treat various diseases of the intestinal tract, colon, rectum, anal canal, and perianal area by medical and surgical means. The specialist also deals with organs and tissues (such as the liver, urinary, and female reproductive system) involved in primary intestinal disease. Colon and rectal surgeons have the expertise to diagnose and often manage anorectal conditions such as hemorrhoids, fissures (painful tears in the anal lining), abscesses and fistulae (infections located around the anus and rectum) in the office setting. They also treat problems of the intestine and colon, and perform endoscopic procedures to evaluate and treat problems such as cancer, polyps (precancerous growths), and inflammatory conditions. No Sub Specialties..
He obtained board certification from The American Board of Colon and Rectal Surgery for Colorectal Surgery (formerly Proctology).
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Dr. Read attended medical school at University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston and graduated in 1968 having 46 years experience.
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