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Deep Brain Stimulation Using a Frameless Platform Video

Deep Brain Stimulation Using a Frameless Platform

Nathan C. Rowland, M.D., Ph.D., a neurosurgeon and assistant professor at MUSC, utilizes a novel, customized frameless platform to perform deep brain stimulation on a patient with essential tremor.

Spinal Cord Repair for Myelomeningocele Video

Spinal Cord Repair for Myelomeningocele

Ramin M. Eskandari, M.D., walks through the spinal cord repair surgery for a patient with Myelomeningocele, starting with detethering the spinal cord and laminoplasty and ending with the resection of the epidermoid cyst.

Heartmate II/III and HeartWare HVAD Overview Video

Heartmate II/III and HeartWare HVAD Overview

Brian Houston, MUSC Health cardiologist specializing in patients with Left Ventricular Assist Devices, provides an overview for EMS Professionals on the Heartmate II/III LVADs and HeartWare HVAD.

New HD Grid Approach Provides More Detail Video

New HD Grid Approach Provides More Detail

Dr. Jeffrey Winterfield, Hank and Laurel Greer Endowed Chair in Cardiac Electrophysiology at MUSC Health, discusses the new HD Grid procedure and how it impacts patients and allows surgeons a more detailed view of the heart during surgery.

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Video

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Transcranial magnetic stimulation, or TMS, is a non-invasive form of brain stimulation, which uses magnetism to cause changes in the brain. Colleen Hanlon, PhD, discusses its use in MUSC clinical trials for the treatment of addiction.

Limb Salvage Surgery for Pediatric Bone Sarcoma Video

Limb Salvage Surgery for Pediatric Bone Sarcoma

MUSC is one of a few centers in the country that offers advanced skeletal reconstruction and limb salvage surgery for pediatric bone sarcomas.

Total Talus Replacement Video

Total Talus Replacement

Dr. Christopher Gross, MUSC Orthopaedic physician, details a total talus replacement procedure for patients whose talus bones have died.

Pectus Excavatum Video

Pectus Excavatum

Pectus excavatum is a congenital disorder which causes the chest to have a depressed or “caved in” appearance.

Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Replacement Video

Transcatheter Pulmonary Valve Replacement

Nonsurgical transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement is done safely and effectively with minimal time in the hospital and a quick return to routine activities.

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PERT Program Tackles a Silent Killer News

PERT Program Tackles a Silent Killer

Pulmonary embolism (PE) has been called a 'silent killer' because it is so difficult to diagnose and treat. MUSC is a founding member of the Pulmonary Embolism Response Team (PERT) Consortium.

Doubling Down on Stroke: MUSC Team Conducts the First Reported Simultaneous Bilateral Thrombectomy News

Doubling Down on Stroke: MUSC Team Conducts the First Reported Simultaneous Bilateral Thrombectomy

MUSC Team Conducts the First Reported Simultaneous Bilateral Thrombectomy

MUSC Researchers Aim to Link the Microbiome to Health and Disease News

MUSC Researchers Aim to Link the Microbiome to Health and Disease

To ensure its clinicians and researchers can help create new microbiome-based therapies, MUSC is ramping up its microbiome infrastructure, providing support in sequencing the microbiota and in analyzing the resulting datasets.

A New Link Between Cancer and Aging News

A New Link Between Cancer and Aging

Scientists at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center have found that lung cancer cells resist dying by affecting the aging process. The discovery could help us better understand aging and eventually lead to new treatments for cancer.

A New Breast Cancer Biomarker News

A New Breast Cancer Biomarker

Low PTEN in Normal Breast Cells Can Prevent Successful Radiotherapy

Globin Intrigue News

Globin Intrigue

Refining a New Gene Therapy for Sickle Cell Disease

Predicting Epilepsy Surgery Outcomes with Deep Learning News

Predicting Epilepsy Surgery Outcomes with Deep Learning

Using deep learning, a subset of artificial intelligence involving statistical computation, MUSC Health neurologists have developed a new method that may one day help both patients with medication-refractory epilepsy and their physicians ...

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