Archived Medical News Stories

RSSArchived Medical Procedure News Stories - March 2008

Date Title Comments Rating
2008-03-31 Appendix removed through a patient's vagina 0 None
2008-03-31 Calls for CPR guidelines to be changed 0 None
2008-03-25 Groundbreaking surgery removes all abdominal organs to get at cancer 0 None
2008-03-25 Blacks with family history less likely than whites to get colonoscopy 0 None
2008-03-21 Australian transplant rates plummet despite 5.5 million organ donors 0 None
2008-03-19 Cell transplant dramatically changes diabetic's life 0 5
2008-03-19 Management of esophageal perforation 0 None
2008-03-19 Live demonstration of robotic radical prostatectomy 0 None
2008-03-19 Uterine fibroid embolization effective in cases where focused ultrasound failed 0 None
2008-03-19 New technique improves outcome for living donor liver transplants 0 None
2008-03-19 Most women unaware of uterine fibroid embolization 0 None
2008-03-19 New method of pancreaticojejunostomy with a fast-absorbable suture material 0 None
2008-03-18 New treatment for severe frostbite 0 None
2008-03-17 Sclerotherapy now the number two most performed cosmetic surgical procedure thanks to men 0 None
2008-03-17 Average age for patients receiving invasive cosmetic surgery has increased 0 None
2008-03-13 Total ankle replacement gaining foothold in upstate New York 0 None
2008-03-12 UT Southwestern offers free educational sessions on weight-loss surgery 0 None
2008-03-11 Survival after cardiac arrest increases three-fold with new resuscitation protocol 0 None
2008-03-11 New surgery technique for pancreatic cancer offers hope to sufferers 1 None
2008-03-10 LASIK patients overwhelmingly happy with procedure results 0 None
2008-03-10 Arthroscopic surgery for first-time shoulder dislocation effective long-term 0 None
2008-03-05 Health groups issue updated colorectal cancer screening guidelines 0 None
2008-03-04 Chronic dry eye syndrome after LASIK 3 None
2008-03-04 New less invasive procedure for lumbar spinal stenosis 0 None


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