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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.
MUSC Transplant Team Performs First DCD Heart Transplant in South Carolina
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 ...
TAVR with Jenavalve Treats Severe Aortic Regurgitation and Stenosis
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.
Tag Teaming Total Ankle Replacement for Improved Outcomes
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.
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MUSC Hollings Cancer Center oncologists found that using a combination monoclonal antibody (tixagevimab-cilgavimab) against the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein in patients with blood cancers prevented moderate and severe COVID cases.
If you stretched the DNA found in one of your cells from end-to-end, it would extend approximately 2 meters or 6.5 feet.
Every day, South Carolina roads are filled with patients traversing the state to visit MUSC.
A type of cell that plays a key role in pancreatic cancer can trace its origin back to a structure that forms during embryonic development, new research at MUSC Hollings Cancer Center shows.
A cross-disciplinary team of researchers in the College of Medicine at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC) has discovered hearing impairment in a preclinical model of autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Whether it be a cardiomyopathy, arrhythmia, connective tissue disorder or amyloidosis, patients at MUSC can meet with a cardiac genetic counselor to discuss their medical and family history, as well as learn what their results mean for ...