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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.
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
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.
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Progressnotes sits down with Donahue for the summer issue to discuss her experience at MUSC and to learn a little bit about how she spends her time outside of work.
With about 350 new cases of medulloblastoma each year, this cancer is classified as a rare disease and doesn’t get as much attention as more common cancers. But to researcher Jezabel R. Blanco, Ph.D., that’s all the more reason to focus ...
A new joint program between MUSC and Clemson University will offer training in how to harness big data to identify and address health inequities
Instead of relying on the cell’s repair mechanisms, the vaccinia virus MacGyvers a tool for DNA repair from one that it already uses to copy DNA, reports a team of researchers at MUSC in the Journal of Virology. Blocking that tool – an ...
Alcohol exposure causes damage to mitochondria, which can lead to additional liver tissue degredation
Using a less invasive approach to analyze the effect of progesterone on attempts to quit smoking
By using drugs with psychedelic properties, physicians offer promising treatment option for patients with depression
Merging medical device accelerator and technology transfer office provides opportunity for more expanded product development at MUSC
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