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Dr. Solomon Amemasor, DO

Dr. Solomon Amemasor, DO

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Dr. Solomon Amemasor, DO is a diagnostic radiology specialist in Pittsburgh, PA. He currently practices at Upmc Presbyterian East Wing.

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      Upmc Presbyterian East Wing
      200 Lothrop St Ste E1, Pittsburgh, PA 15213 Existing Patients: (412) 647-7338

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Dr. Solomon is knowledgeable and willing to go extra miles in explaining my conditions to me and the treatment options
Tony — Nov 15, 2019
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