Luis F. Barroso, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Infectious Diseases
Academic: 336-716-4584 | Department: 336-416-4512
Barroso LF, Wispelwey B. Donovanosis presenting as a pelvic mass mimicking ovarian cancer. South Med J. 2009;102(1):104-105.
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The doctor and staff I can't say enough concerning them all being the best. Wake Forest Baptist Health is the best.
*Dr. Barroso gave me excellent care - made me feel so much more at ease about my particular problem.
Excellent service with *Dr. Barroso and his resident.
Works well with me.
Very dedicated and fine doctor.
*Dr. Barrosos is very easy to talk with and shows great concern for me. I appreciate him and rely on his judgment.
My last visit was very good - esp. since I knew and understood physician much better, also procedures.