Repairing Brains, Reshaping Perceptions

…in which humans are unconsciously functioning inside a simulated reality, is closer to the truth than most think. According to Ian Mutchnick, MD MS, a neurosurgeon with Norton Children’s Neurosurgery

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Functional Neurosurgeon Finds a Home at Norton Neuroscience Institute

…concerns at the heart of functional neurosurgery. An example is the use of electrical stimulation, a staple of functional neurosurgery. Electrical stimulation of the spinal cord to treat certain types…

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News – Nov 2020

…outcomes in appendectomy and bariatric surgery derived from all-payer data provided by 16 states. This analysis shows that patients treated at hospitals receiving a 5-star rating have a lower risk…

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New Kid in (Bards)Town

…fewer sites of metastatic disease. “You can treat the patient almost as if they did not have the other sites by going in and ‘spot welding’ with local therapy—either surgery

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A Transplant Known for His Transplants

…my hands. That was when I started thinking about surgery.” Van Berkel left the high desert and headed to the East Coast, attending the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and double…

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Md-Update News

…Her first fellowship was in general vascular surgery at Maclaren Macomb Hospital in Mt. Clemens, Michigan; her second fellowship was in general and endovascular surgery at Arizona Heart Institute and…

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CHI Saint Joseph Health Cancer Center

…or modality. It requires a coordination of care with surgery, radiation, infusion, and in-patient and outpatient, emotional, social, and spiritual care,” says Bodager. Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center Affiliation Asking for…

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Seek and Destroy

…Graham Brown Cancer Center. The meeting includes leaders from surgery, radiology, pathology, oncology, and radiation oncology. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss those patients newly diagnosed with breast…

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Dr. Jones Speaks Again

…to the American Cancer Society, screening and preventative services were down 95% during peak months of the national lockdown due the complete shutdown of ambulatory surgery centers and elective procedures…

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Racing Against Time

…the disease, only 15 to 20 percent of the patients are candidates for surgical resection. The five-year survival following surgery is only 25 to 30 percent for a lymph-nodes negative…

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