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Medical Mysteries... Undiagnosed Problems... Chronic Symptoms..

Dr. Steven OscherwitzYour medical records may contain overlooked details or other clues that reveal what is making you ill. Dr. Oscherwitz is an expert diagnostician willing to look for the missing puzzle pieces in your personal health story while providing you with insight.

Infectious Disease Specialists are known for their diagnostic abilities, using their expertise to try and figure out the most complex and confusing medical cases. Not everyone has easy access to such a specialist, and that is why Dr. Oscherwitz created this service.

Dr. Oscherwitz has solved many "mystery cases" during his career. These have involved bacteria, viruses, fungi and parasites as well as autoimmune disease, malignancy, allergies and endocrine problems. Although Dr. Oscherwitz is unable to examine or treat you in person, he may be able to alert you to patterns present in your medical history or test results which are important diagnostic clues.

Any records or emails that you provide to Dr. Oscherwitz will be kept confidential and secure.

How do I get help from Dr. Detective?

  • General infectious disease or basic science questions may be submitted by anyone, not just Arizona residents.
  • Full Record Review services are available only to Arizona residents at the present time.
  • General questions and Full Record Review services both require confirmation that you have read our Client Agreement.
  • The cost to address general questions is $60.00/response.
  • Minimum charge for Full Record Review is $600. Most charts can be reviewed in 1-2 hours, but larger records may require more time and additional charges.
  • Copies of medical records will need to be submitted in digital form, including doctor notes and the results of your X-Ray, MRI, CT Exams, Lab Tests and Biopsies.

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Lung Abscess

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