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Elbow Arthroscopy Video

Elbow Arthroscopy

MUSC Health orthopaedic surgeon Josef K. Eichinger, M.D., discusses the case of a 13-year-old baseball player with left elbow pain who was successfully treated with elbow arthroscopy.

New Rule-Out Test for Lung Cancer Increases Diagnostic Precision Video

New Rule-Out Test for Lung Cancer Increases Diagnostic Precision

Gerard A. Silvestri, M.D., a lung cancer pulmonologist at MUSC, led a study that shows that a new biomarker is 98 percent effective at distinguishing benign from malignant lung nodules.

Reanimating the Paralyzed Face Video

Reanimating the Paralyzed Face

Samuel L. Oyer, M.D., discusses a technique used in facial reanimation surgery — masseter-to-facial nerve transfer — that can restore a patient’s ability to smile.

Instagrams of the Immune System - Predict Responses to Immunotherapy Video

Instagrams of the Immune System - Predict Responses to Immunotherapy

Carsten Krieg, Ph.D.,discusses how “Instagrams of the immune system,” captured by a new technology, made it possible to identify biomarkers of response to immunotherapy in patients with melanoma.

New Stroke Guidelines Video

New Stroke Guidelines

Edward C. Jauch, M.D., interim chair of the Department of Emergency Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina, discusses what’s new in this update regarding thrombolytic therapy, endovascular surgery, in-hospital care, credentialing and more.

Optimizing Care for Children with Vascular Anomalies Video

Optimizing Care for Children with Vascular Anomalies

Lara Wine Lee, M.D, discusses types of vascular anomalies in children, their medical and/or surgical management, the goals of therapy and the multidisciplinary approach taken to their treatment at MUSC Children’s Health.

The COMPASS Trial Video

The COMPASS Trial

Preliminary Results of a Head-to-Head Trial of Stent Retrievers vs. the Direct-Aspiration, First-Pass Technique (ADAPT)

Improving Quality of Life for Patients with Movement Disorders Through Deep Brain Stimulation Video

Improving Quality of Life for Patients with Movement Disorders Through Deep Brain Stimulation

MUSC Health neurosurgeon Istvan Takacs, M.D., describes how deep brain stimulation (DBS) works, the advantages of performing it awake and how it can dramatically affect the quality of life of patients with movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease.

New Techniques for Treating Secondary Effects of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Stroke Video

New Techniques for Treating Secondary Effects of Intracerebral Hemorrhage Stroke

In this video, MUSC Health neurosurgeon Alejandro M. Spiotta, M.D. discusses three minimally invasive surgical (MIS) techniques for evacuation of hematoma in patients who experience intracerebral hemorrhage (ICH)

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TELL-TALE BLOOD Liquid Biopsy offers a Useful Diagnostic Companion for Targeted Therapies Document

TELL-TALE BLOOD Liquid Biopsy offers a Useful Diagnostic Companion for Targeted Therapies

Conventional biopsies are invasive, costly, and sometimes impossible to conduct, but they yield valuable information other methods were unable to provide—until now.

Testing Stem Cells as Possible Treatment for Heart Failure Document

Testing Stem Cells as Possible Treatment for Heart Failure

Stem cells are being tested at the Medical University of South Carolina as a possible treatment for heart failure with a preserved ejection fraction, or HFpEF.

Right on Target: Clinical Genomics Identifies Cancer Patients Likely to Benefit from Targeted Therapies Document

Right on Target: Clinical Genomics Identifies Cancer Patients Likely to Benefit from Targeted Therapies

Genomics screening can improve the odds for some cancer patients, potentially identifying mutations associated with cancer subtypes for which targeted therapies exist or are in development.

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