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Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation for Major Depressive Disorder
Medication isn’t always successful for people with major depressive disorder, but TMS can help. Baron Short, M.D., MSCR, is the medical director for MUSC Health’s Brain Stimulation Service, and he says patients report more energy and an ...
Your nose, tongue, face, and throat. You may not think of cancer lurking in these places, yet many head and neck cancers originate here.
Treating Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Outside the OR Shortens Procedure and Recovery Times
M. Lance Tavana, M.D., an associate professor at MUSC and program director for the MUSC integrated plastic surgery residency, performs endoscopic carpal tunnel release in an outpatient facility instead of the operating room, allowing patients ...
MUSC Expands Transplant Program with First Pediatric Lung Transplant Case
Barry Gibney, D.O., surgical director of the MUSC Lung Transplant Program, and Zubair Hashmi, M.D., a cardiothoracic surgeon at MUSC, led the transplant team.
Robotically Assisted Pediatric Spinal Fusion Improves Accuracy, Safety and Outcomes
Robert Murphy, M.D., chief of pediatric orthopaedic surgery and associate professor of orthopaedics and physical medicine at MUSC, discusses how he uses Medtronic’s Mazor X robotic system to improve implant accuracy, patient safety, and ...
Scoliosis Correction Surgery for Patient Life Quality
Charles Reitman, M.D., discusses functionality-focused approach to spinal surgery in adults.
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Lanier Jackson, M.D., a pediatric cardiologist at MUSC Children’s Health, offers updated guidance on cardiac manifestations of COVID-19 and recommendations on sports participation among children during the COVID era as well as how to manage ...
Management of Pediatric Asthma: Review of Current Guidelines
Shean Aujla, M.D., division director of pediatric pulmonology, allergy and immunology at MUSC Children’s Health, offers guidance on using the updated NIH and GINA guidelines to manage pediatric asthma as well as creating plans to help ...
Pediatric Headaches: Assessment and Treatment Options
Thomas Koch, M.D., division chief of pediatric neurology at MUSC Children’s Health, offers guidance on assessing, diagnosing, and treating children who present with complaints of headache, the leading cause of referrals to pediatric neurology.
Things That Go Bump in the Day
Robert Murphy, M.D., division chief of pediatric orthopaedics at MUSC Children’s Health, offers case-based wisdom on diagnosing and managing common pediatric orthopaedic complaints, including toe walking, back pain, limp, sports overuse ...
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Patients with cystic fibrosis (CF) face difficulty breathing and a decline in lung function and are at risk of early death. CF is an inherited condition that results in thick mucus build-up, persistent infection and inflammation in the ...
A growing body of evidence is showing that the healthy gut microbiome – a community of microorganisms that live together in the gut – influences many aspects of human growth and development, especially during adolescence.
As professor and associate dean for research and Ph.D. studies in the MUSC College of Nursing, Teresa Kelechi, Ph.D., will step into the role of interim dean of the College this summer.
MUSC Health and Wellness Institute offers state’s only publicly available DARI Motion markerless analysis
Common wisdom warns against smoking cigarettes in the presence of supplemental oxygen, whether at home, in a hospital or in an industrial setting. But researchers led by Steven Kahn, M.D., chief of burn surgery at MUSC, recently uncovered ...
Like many neurodegenerative diseases, Parkinson’s disease (PD) is a thief that hacks into human operating systems and corrupts their cognitive hard drives until they can no longer control their movements or perform activities of daily living.