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Kelsey Cook and Katherine A. Morgan, M.D., outline the details and procedures of the Islet Cell Transplant Program for pancreatitis patients.
See what's possible inside MUSC Shawn Jenkins Children's Hospital & Pearl Tourville Women's Pavilion.
Neurosurgeon Stephen Kalhorn, M.D., uses a 3D digital exoscope to perform a minimally invasive tubular microdiscectomy to relieve pain in a patient with a herniated disc
Terry Day, M.D., a head and neck surgeon in the Head and Neck Tumor Center at MUSC Health and Hollings Cancer Center, discusses the benefits of treating HPV-associated throat cancer with transoral robotic surgery (TORS).
Pediatric neurosurgeon Ramin Eskandari, M.D., performs a spinal cord detethering procedure with fluid pocket release on a 15-month-old child, and he explains how optimal surgical field visualization enhances patient safety and manages surgeon fatigue.
Penile prosthesis surgery is an option for men that have diminished erectile function and no longer find oral medications and or other options effective.
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By studying the controversial idea that hematopoietic stem cells could give rise to osteoblasts, researchers at MUSC Health aim to address the root cause of brittle bone disease
Immigrants bring fresh perspectives that enrich cultural, intellectual and scientific pursuits but often face obstacles
Dr. Alam leads a novel, multi-disciplinary program for managing Congenital Anomalies of the Kidney and Urinary Tract (CAKUT) at MUSC.
MUSC surgeons collaborated with their colleagues in anesthesiology to begin using a ground-breaking cryoablation technique to freeze select thoracic nerves during the surgery-numbing the operative area for up to three months during recovery.
Over 7,000 rare diseases affect more than 30 million people in the United States (US). However, with a US population of more than 331 million, many physicians do not encounter a single patient with a rare genetic disease over their entire ...
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