Ratings for Dr. Lyle J. Rausch

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He said I had been bitten by a spider and wouldn't stop talking or ask me questions to find out how or what happened to my finger. He wouldn't let me talk either, whenever I started telling him things related to my finger he would start talking again and most times to my wife and not me. After going to the SFGH a dermatologist looked at my finger and told me she would have never say it was a spider bite due the fact that it didn't look like it at all. Rausch performed a small surgery on my finger that day and told me that he was certain that it was a spider bite even after I told him I wanted to get a biopsy done to make sure it wasn't anything really bad like a skin cancer. I believe a doctor should always ask questions to get to know better what is going on and should also listen to the patient. In my opinion he needs to update his skills. I told him I had cut my finger to try to get the thing out and he did the same in the surgery. After his surgery it got worse.

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flag | Submitted December 5, 2010

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5
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saved my life by finding a melanoma

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flag | Submitted March 8, 2009

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  • Stanford University School Of Medicine (Grad. 1980)

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Updates

  • 'birds of a feather' rating (based on <a href='/birdsofafeather.jsp?did=662316'>Medicare patients-in-common</a>): 3.6

    February 6, 2014
  • First Name changed from &quot;Lyle&quot; to &quot;Lyle J.&quot;

    October 20, 2013


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