Infectious Disease Doctor
Dr. Theo W. Hodge, Jr. is an Infectious Disease Doctor in Washington, D.C., DC
with special training and skill in detecting and treating bacterial, viral, fungal, and tropical infections.
As an Infectious Disease Doctor, Theo W. Hodge, Jr., MD performs
blood tests, microscopies, blood sensitivity cultures, sputum, urine, stool, joint fluid, and cerebrospinal fluid testing as well as X-ray, CT, ultrasound and MRI scans. Infectious Disease Medicine is
a medical specialty that diagnoses, controls and treats both nosocomial (hospital-acquired) and out-patient based infections. Significant diseases and conditions treated by
Infectious Disease Doctors include antibiotic-resistant infections, difficult to diagnose infections, HIV/AIDS, hepatitis B and C.
Medical tests, procedures and therapies provided by Infectious Disease Doctors
include examining rashes, lymph nodes, chest, abdomen and genital areas; testing blood, urine, stool, joint fluid and crebrospinal fluid and examining X-ray, CT, ultrasound, and MRI imaging; prescribing antibiotics, antivirals, antifungals, anti-parasitics, or botanic medicine to fight detected infections.
Infectious Disease Doctors in Washington, D.c., DC
Internal Medicine Doctor
Dr. Theo W. Hodge, Jr. is an Internal Medicine Doctor in Washington, D.C., DC
with special training and skill in the diagnosis, treatment, and care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. Internists specialize in puzzling medical problems and in the ongoing care of chronic illnesses. Internists also specialize in preventing disease by promoting health, and are trained to manage multisystem disease conditions that single-organ-disease specialists may not be trained to address.
As an Internal Medicine Doctor, Theo W. Hodge, Jr., MD performs
assessment, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment therapies for diseases and disorders in adult patients. Internal Medicine is
a medical specialty focused on study, prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of short and long term multi-organ conditions. Significant diseases and conditions treated by
Internal Medicine Doctors include cold and flu, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and chronic lung disease. Internists generally act as personal physicians and often develop long-term relationships with their patients.
Medical tests, procedures and therapies provided by Internal Medicine Doctors
include medical history reviews, physical exams, blood tests, scans, and other diagnostic tests, as well as specialist referrals. Internists may choose to practice only in the hospital, only in an outpatient clinic, or in both.
Internal Medicine Doctors in Washington, D.c., DC
Primary Care Doctor
Primary Care Doctors in Washington, D.c., DC