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Dr. David M. Goldberg MD

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Phone: (914) ***-****  
Email: g***@***.com
Local Address:  Scarsdale , New York , United States
Scarsdale Medical Group LLP
550 Mamaroneck Avenue
Harrison , New York 10528
United States

Company Description: The Scarsdale Medical Group is a well-respected, long-established multi-specialty practice, providing quality healthcare to the community since 1957. All of our...   more

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Scarsdale Medical Group - Providers, 2 June 2015 [cached]
David Goldberg,
Scarsdale Medical Group - 50 Years of Comprehensive Care, 13 May 2011 [cached]
David Goldberg, M.D., F.A.C.P Scarsdale Medical Group - 50 Years of Comprehensive Care
David Goldberg, M.D.
According to the Centers for Disease ..., 4 April 2012 [cached]
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and Dr. David Goldberg of the Scarsdale Medical Group in New York, more cases of Lyme disease are reported than any other vector-borne illness in the United States. Cases of tick-borne disease have been steadily rising in the U.S., tripling from reported cases in 1992.
And, the CDC says, more than a dozen illnesses are transmitted by ticks in the United States. Far less common than Lyme disease but also carried by the diminutive deer tick, babesiosis is caused by an infection from the parasite Babesia microti. It thrives in red blood cells and, for those with compromised immune systems, can be fatal.
Less dangerous is ehrlichiosis, which does not have the long-term implications of Lyme but “can make you pretty sick†with flu-like symptoms, Goldberg said.
“The most important, underpublicized thing about Lyme disease is that the tick has to be attached 24 hours or more†to transmit the disease, Goldberg said. “That means, if you do a tick check every evening after you come in from outside, and remove the tick then, you cannot get Lyme disease.â€
Goldberg said everyone should have a sharp pair of tweezers. “If you find a tick that is attached, you grab the tick by the head, gently but firmly, and make sure the entire tick is removed,†he said.
Goldberg said that, if the tick may have been attached 24 hours or longer, see your doctor.
Scarsdale Medical Group - 50 Years of Comprehensive Care, 14 Oct 2007 [cached]
David Goldberg, M.D., F.A.C.P - Internal Medicine, Infectious Disease
New York Network 100, 17 July 2009 [cached]
The site is written by Dr. David Goldberg of the Scarsdale Medical Group in Westchester, NY.
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