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Charles Reitman, M.D., discusses functionality-focused approach to spinal surgery in adults.
Surgeons at MUSC recently partnered with Transmedics to perform the first DCD heart transplant in South Carolina, using an ex vivo perfusion machine to transport and evaluate the donor organ before successfully transplanting it into a ...
Nick Amoroso, M.D., an interventional cardiologist at MUSC Health, performed South Carolina’s first TAVR for aortic regurgitation this year as part of a clinical trial for the new valve device, known as the JenaValve trilogy heart valve.
Daniel Scott, M.D., MBA, and Christopher Gross, M.D., perform ankle replacements together as a team, which results in more positive outcomes and less time in the operating room.
Shumyle Alam, M.D., a pediatric urologist at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses a vaginoplasty and bladder revision case to show the importance of a holistic vision for pediatric patients with complex bladder, kidney, ...
Laura Hollinger, M.D., a pediatric surgeon with MUSC Children's Health, discusses the game-changing pain relief provided by nerve cryoablation during pectus excavatum repair.
Libby Infinger, M.D., a pediatric neurosurgeon with MUSC Children's Health, recently performed a rare pineal cyst excision using a robotic 3D exoscope.
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.
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As stroke is the 5th leading cause of death in the U.S. according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, physicians are constantly looking for new treatment options and protocol changes.
In 2020, nearly 92,000 Americans died due to a drug overdose, and three-quarters of those deaths involved an opioid, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Pediatric cardiologists explore why infants of color with heart defects are more likely to have poor outcomes
With new approach by collaborators at MUSC and Duke University, children can avoid reoperations as they grow
It’s a figure that stands out. Black women have a 36% higher breast cancer mortality rate than other races in spite of having a similar incidence to White women.
At MUSC Health the Women’s Reproductive Behavioral Health Division meets women where they live with simple yet effective tools
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