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Dr. Carsten Sorensen, MD works in Denver, CO as
They are board certified in
- Duke University School of Medicine, Medical School — 1998
- Colorado Health Sciences Center, Residency Hospital
- University Of Co School Of Med, Residency Hospital
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I had been diagnosed with hydronephrosis and was seeking a second opinion regarding this condition and possible follow up treatment. Dr Sorenson advised a conservative follow up and explained his reasons given my test results, condition and symptoms. He welcomed me to return should I have additional questions or concerns. I found this visit helpful and it made good sense to me.
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Dr. Sorensen's office is located at 2777 Mile High Stadium Cir Denver, CO 80211. Find other locations and directions on MedicalNewsToday.
Dr. Sorensen has a star rating of 2.9/5 and has been reviewed 17 times.
Dr. Sorensen is board certified in
Dr. Sorensen has been practicing as an Urology Specialist for 26 years.
- Lutheran Medical Center
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