Pichardo RO, Yeatts RP, Sangueza OP. Doxycycline-inducted cutaneous hyperpigmentation [abstract]. Am J Dermatopathol. 2006;28(3):235.
Li H, Yeatts P, Sangueza OP. Malignant melanoma arising from PAM without atypia [abstract]. Am J Dermatopathol. 2006;28(3):232.
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Everyone very caring and helpful.
Dr. Yeatts was training (teaching) several residents during my time with him and I feel that I also benefited from hearing him talk about my situation with them. I felt I was very much a part of discussion - not a "specimen" being talked about over my head.
Dr. Yeatts is a very professional physician He is courteous but no effusively friendly. However, I went there looking for a good doctor, not a new friend so that's OK.
As good an experience as could hope for since surgery is involved.
Dr Yeats got right on the problem & requested an oncologist to get an appt very soon within 48 hours.
This provider did excellent work.
I feel that medically he is knowledgeable and does a good job. But he is very lacking in bedside manner, and does not explain condition unless pressed.