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A Day in the Life in the Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency Program
From training and caring for patients to celebrating a special bond with a diverse team, find out what life is like as a resident with the Johns Hopkins Department of Emergency Medicine. Learn more about the program at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/emergencymedicine/residency/ .
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Osteosarcoma | Jaliyah's Story
At age 9, Jaliyah was diagnosed with an osteosarcoma. After swelling from an ankle sprain did not subside, a visit to Jaliyah’s primary care physician revealed that Jaliyah’s ankle pain was caused by a tumor. When local specialists recommended amputation, Jaliyah’s mother Joyce searched for second opinion to save her daughter’s leg. Joyce found Dr. Carol Morris, chief of Orthopaedic Oncology at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, who offered an alternative to amputation. Dr. Morris and her team performed a complex limb-sparing surgery allowing Jaliyah to keep her leg. Learn more about Jaliyah’s story and the care team that gave her the chance to continue dancing. To learn more about our orthopaedic services, please visit hopkinsmedicine.org/ortho. To schedule an appointment, call 443-997-2663 (BONE).
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Johns Hopkins Medicine | Aplastic Anemia
Aplastic anemia occurs when your bone marrow doesn’t make enough red and white blood cells, and platelets. The body's immune system is confused and begin to attack these critical performing cells. Learn more about aplastic anemia at: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/healthlibrary/conditions/adult/hematology_and_blood_disorders/aplastic_anemia_85,p00075/
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Star Wars Brings Joy to Johns Hopkins Children's Center
It was a regular Friday filled with appointments and treatments—when who came zooming into Johns Hopkins Children’s Center but R2D2, uniting allies from the Rebel Alliance and villains from the Dark Side with one common goal: to make our kids forget they were in the hospital. Johns Hopkins Children's Center is grateful to STAR WARS: FORCE FOR CHANGE and Lucasfilm for a very special day.
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The Whipple Procedure | Johns Hopkins Medicine
The type of operation performed for removal of pancreatic cancer is based on the location of the tumor. For tumors of the head and neck of the pancreas a Whipple procedure, (also called a pancreaticoduodenectomy) is performed. This is a complex operation perfected at Johns Hopkins. This video will explain the surgery and what patients can expect. Learn more about the Whipple procedure at Johns Hopkins: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/pancreatic_cancer_center
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Pseudotumor Cerebri | Ashley's Story
After visiting 30+ physicians, Ashley was diagnosed with the rare condition known as pseudotumor cerebri. She and her family turned to the experts at Johns Hopkins who worked as a team to implant a stent, a new approach to treating this condition that is typically treated with a shunt. Find out more about our experts at www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro For appointments, Maryland residents should call 410-550-1470, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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More Than Medicine | Edward McKay, Jr. (Surgical Technician)
Ed McKay is an inspiration, to his friends, his colleagues and anyone who ever wanted to dream big. He started his career at Johns Hopkins 15 years ago in Environmental Services and worked his way up to surgical technician. He's worked side by side with some of the world's greatest surgeons and earned the prestigious Baker King Award. His story demonstrates the partnership between a great institution and the people who make it extraordinary.
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Johns Hopkins Surgeon: The Long Way Here - Kofi Boahene's Story
Becoming a doctor at Johns Hopkins demands sacrifice. Some of our physicians have surprising histories. Kofi Boahene is one of three doctors with intriguing backgrounds featured in the Fall issue of Hopkins Medicine magazine. Read the full story http://www.hopkinsmedicinemagazine.org
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The Spirit of Johns Hopkins Neurosurgery
Dr Henry Brem, Director of Neurosurgery, discusses the unique spirit of the team's clinical and research approach to diagnosing, treating & caring for patients with spine problems, brain tumors, pediatric neurosurgery conditions and cerebrovascular issues. Visit www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro for more info. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 410-955-6406, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Your Night in the Sleep Laboratory
A sleep study, also called a polysomnogram is an overnight study of your sleep, which takes place in a specialized laboratory. It is conducted by a trained technologist and is designed to detect problems with your sleep. The goal of the study is to have a natural night of sleep that is as uncomplicated and comfortable as possible. This video demonstrates the process and explains the reason for this procedure. Learn more: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/health/healthy-sleep/
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Pharmacy Residency | The Johns Hopkins Hospital
The Johns Hopkins Hospital offers postgraduate year one pharmacy residency training and 13 postgraduate year two specialty programs. For more information, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/pharmacy/residents/
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Johns Hopkins Residency | An Inside Perspective
Thinking about doing your residency training in Baltimore, but unsure what life in Baltimore is really like? Hear what four residents have to say and get an inside perspective of residency life at Johns Hopkins. Learn more at: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/som/students/residency/
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Tour the New Facilities at The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Welcome to The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Visit: http://www.explorehopkinshospital.org to learn about our innovation in patient care.
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Fecal Microbial Transplantation: A Treatment for Clostridium Difficile
When antibiotics kill off too many "good" bacteria in the digestive tract during treatment of C. Diff, Fecal Microbial Transplants can help replenish bacterial balance. For more information: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/gastroenterology_hepatology/clinical_services/advanced_endoscopy/fecal_transplantation.html
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Spinal Cord Tumor (Schwannoma): Aaron’s Story
Aaron, an avid runner from Delaware, was diagnosed at 29 with a spinal cord tumor pressing on his nerves. Surgery was necessary, but the risks were high, including paralysis and loss of the ability to run. Spine neurosurgeon Ali Bydon met with Aaron, and together, they chose to wait. Watch to find out why. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 410-955-4424, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754. Learn more at www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro/spine.
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Dr. Ali Bydon Removes An Intramedullary Spinal Cord Tumor
Johns Hopkins spinal surgeon, Ali Bydon, M.D., narrates and performs the surgical removal of an intramedullary spinal cord tumor.
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Johns Hopkins Capacity Command Center
The Johns Hopkins Hospital opened a state-of-the-art, centralized control center to help better manage the hospital’s increasing census and improve patient flow. The Johns Hopkins Capacity Command Center will provide real-time analytics and bring together departments that have been independently engaged in managing patient flow.
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Gastric Cancer | Stephanie’s Story
Facing a cancer with a 29 percent remission rate, 20-year-old Stephanie White found oncologist Mark Duncan, M.D., and the Johns Hopkins Kimmel Cancer Center. She talks about her treatment, recovery and meeting her fiancé. For more information, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/kimmel_cancer_center
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Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome Symptoms: Q&A with a Johns Hopkins Expert
Using a model of the inner ear, Johns Hopkins otologist John Carey describes the symptoms of superior canal dehiscence syndrome. Visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/otolaryngology.
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Johns Hopkins Medicine: Early Mobility in the ICU
Critical care experts at Johns Hopkins are reporting initial success in boosting recovery and combating muscle wasting among critically ill, mostly bed-bound patients using any one of a trio of mild physical therapy exercises during their stays in the intensive care unit (ICU).
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What Kidney Donors Need to Know: Before, During and After Donation | Q&A with Dr. Fawaz Al Ammary
Transplant nephrologist Fawaz Al Ammary discusses live kidney donation, including the evaluation process and qualifications to become a donor, common misconceptions, medical concerns and long term effects of kidney donation. To make an appointment with the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center, please call 410-502-6152 or visit: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant/ Questions Answered: 1. What makes somebody a potential candidate to donate a kidney? 0:04 2. What are some of the reasons that somebody might donate a kidney? 0:17 3. What medical conditions might prevent someone from donating a kidney? 0:40 4. Is hypertension a barrier for kidney donation? 1:09 5. Is obesity a factor in whether someone is considered for kidney donation? 1:37 6. What do you do to manage the health of a donor before and after transplantation? 2:02 7. Are there any short-term effects from donating a kidney? 2:33 8. What is the risk of kidney failure after kidney donation? 2:56 9. If someone donates a kidney and later in life their remaining kidney fails, do they receive priority for a transplant themselves? 3:12 10. What are the advantages of receiving a kidney from a living donor rather than a deceased donor? 3:29 11. Why should someone donating a kidney choose Johns Hopkins for their treatment? 4:10
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Diagnostic Cerebral Angiography
A comprehensive iPad application developed and shown to our patients before their angiograms. The video describes diagnostic cerebral angiography as performed in Interventional Neuroradiology.
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Meningioma Brain Tumor | Pat’s Story
After years of experiencing minor health issues that she dismissed as part of the aging process, Pat found out she had a large meningioma brain tumor that had been growing for 10 years. Pat faced a two-day surgery by Johns Hopkins neurosurgeon Dr. Jon Weingart to remove the benign tumor. Hear how the experience has changed her life. Learn more at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 410-955-6406, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Salt Shakedown — How to Avoid Hidden Sodium at the Grocery Store
Join a Johns Hopkins registered dietitian as she walks through the aisles and offers suggestions on how to lower salt intake -- but not compromise flavor.
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What are the Treatment Options for Pancreatitis? | Q&A
Vikesh Singh, MD, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist, explains medical management and surgical treatment options for pancreatitis patients. Questions answered: 1. Describe what you do. (0:11) 2. What is chronic pancreatitis treated? (0:30) 3. What if medical therapy isn't working? (1:26) 4. Are there any new options for treating pancreatitis today? (1:42) 5. What patients could benefit from auto islet transplant? (2:26) 6. Why should someone come to Johns Hopkins for pacreatitis treatment? (2:51) Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant/index.html Auto Islet Transplants at Johns Hopkins http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant/programs/autoislet/index.html Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology http://hopkins-gi.org/CMS/CMS_Page.aspx?CurrentUDV=31&CMS_Page_ID=DB2A6F9E-B574-4C30-BE7A-5B2CAE4DA9EA
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Johns Hopkins Emergency Medicine Residency Program
Johns Hopkins offers one of the most dynamic emergency medicine residency programs in the U.S. Learn more at http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/emergencymedicine/residency
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Johns Hopkins Bayview Internal Medicine Residency
Where one chooses to do his or her residency training has tremendous influence on the way he or she will practice medicine, so finding the right fit is critically important. Here, internal medicine residents from the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center highlight reasons they choose to train at Hopkins Bayview
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The Life of a Surgical Nurse at Johns Hopkins Medicine
As a surgical nurse at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, you have a world of opportunity at your fingertips — the opportunity to work in exciting and innovative specialties; take part in cutting-edge procedures; be part of collaborative multidisciplinary teams where your skills, expertise and compassion are highly valued; and, most importantly, go home at night knowing that you are doing something that matters. To learn more about nursing at Johns Hopkins, visit hopkinsmedicine.org/nursing.
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Match Day 2016
3, 2, 1, match! “Medical school works,” says Associate Dean Tom Koenig. Johns Hopkins fourth-year medical students learned where they will begin their residency programs this summer. Students gathered with their family members, friends and mentors for brunch, a toast and a dramatic countdown to open their envelopes and learn which hospital and specialty program they would spend the next stage of training.
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What Are Dense Breasts? | Q&A
Do you know the importance of being familiar with your own breast density? Watch Dr. Cecilia “Peggy” Brennecke, the Medical Director of Johns Hopkins Imaging practice at Green Spring Station and a radiologist specializing in breast imaging, as she discusses dense breasts.
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What is Pancreatitis? | Q&A
Vikesh Singh, MD, Johns Hopkins gastroenterologist, explains chronic and acute pancreatitis and its symptoms. Questions answered: 1. Describe what you do. (0:10) 2. What is chronic pancreatitis? (0:31) 3. What is acute pancreatitis? (1:20) 4. Are there other types of of pacreatitis? (2:10) 5. how is chronic pancreatitis diagnosed? (2:45) Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant/index.html Auto Islet Transplants at Johns Hopkins http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/transplant/programs/autoislet/index.html Johns Hopkins Gastroenterology http://hopkins-gi.org/CMS/CMS_Page.aspx?CurrentUDV=31&CMS_Page_ID=DB2A6F9E-B574-4C30-BE7A-5B2CAE4DA9EA
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125th Anniversary of The Johns Hopkins Hospital
Throughout our history, the faculty and staff of The Johns Hopkins Hospital have continually asked ourselves, "How can we better help the people we serve?" Driven by our founding mission of research, education and patient care, we have sought to revolutionize the way that medicine is taught and practiced. 125 years later, it remains the guidepost as we seek to deliver the promise of medicine for future generations.
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Trigeminal Neuralgia Surgery | Michelle's Story
Michelle's debilitating facial pain from trigeminal neuralgia prevented her from working, speaking with friends and family, and simple pleasures like cooking and cycling with her husband. Watch as her life has turned around following microvascular decompression surgery by Dr. Michael Lim. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neuro. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 443-997-1808, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty): What You Need to Know from a Johns Hopkins Expert
Learn about upper and lower eyelid surgery from Lisa Ishii, a Johns Hopkins facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon, including treatment options for puffy eyes, how eyelid surgery is performed, expected results and recovery time. Visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/facialplastics. For appointments, Maryland residents should call 1-877-546-4055, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Avoiding Leg Amputations Due to Peripheral Arterial Disease | Q&A
Johns Hopkins Medicine Vascular Surgeon Dr. Thomas Reifsnyder discusses symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of severe peripheral arterial disease (PAD). He also shares insight on how to avoid limb amputations, including leg and foot removal. The Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart_vascular_institute Questions answered: 1. Describe what you do. (0:11) 2. Why see a vascular surgeon for PAD? (0:18) 3. What advice would you give to a patient who is in danger of losing a limb to PAD? (0:39) 4. What is PAD and how does it present? (1:54) 5. What are the risk factors for PAD? (3:28) 6. How is PAD diagnosed? (3:50) 7. Which patients are the most challenging to treat? (5:03) 8. Describe when an open surgery or minimally invasive procedure might be recommended. (7:25) 9. Describe the surgery. (8:43) 10. What can patients expect after surgery? (9:24) 11. Why should someone seek treatment at Johns Hopkins? (10:29)
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More Than Medicine | Joseph Heng, M.D. (Internal Medicine Resident)
Joseph Heng is a first-year internal medicine resident at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. As one of a handful of deaf doctors here, and the only one with a cochlear implant, he is particularly interested in addressing the challenges that hearing impairment places on health care delivery. He explains that the barriers are more than inconveniences; they are patient safety issues. Learn more about Heng and the Deaf Health Initiative in Hopkins Medicine magazine. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/news/publications/hopkins_medicine_magazine/features/winter-2016/making-their-voices-heard
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The Lifeline of Johns Hopkins
One of the first of its kind in this region, The Johns Hopkins Lifeline Transportation program was designed to provide advanced life support and critical care services for patients referred to a Johns Hopkins Health system hospital. In an effort to expedite and streamline patient flow into and throughout the health system, an integrated delivery system was developed to meet the demands for all types of transportation.
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Sickle Cell Breakthrough | Shauna's Story
Researchers at Johns Hopkins performed a half-match bone marrow transplant. This pioneering procedure successfully treated Shauna Whisenton’s sickle cell disease and gave her a new lease on life. For more information, visit http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/hematology/index.html.
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Living Kidney Donor Surgery | Q&A
Transplant surgeon Dorry Segev discusses the kidney transplant waiting list, living kidney donors, surgery, recovery and the Johns Hopkins Comprehensive Transplant Center.
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Abdominal Aortic Surgery | Ron Rolett's Story
Ronald Rolett, a retired physician from North Carolina, learned that he had an abdominal aortic aneurysm from a routine ultrasound screening. He then had follow-up ultrasound tests every six months until it had reached a critical size. Rolett became the first patient at The Johns Hopkins Hospital - and at any hospital in the mid-Atlantic region - to have an aneurysm repaired in a minimally invasive way using a graft that was made to fit his specific anatomy. He tells his story about the procedure, recovery and experience with Johns Hopkins Vascular Surgery. For more information about the fenestrated endovascular graft to treat abdominal aortic aneurysms, please see the following: Associate Professor of Surgery James Black discusses the fenestrated endovascular graft for aortic aneurysm repair. He also shares insights on the benefits, risks, and recovery of this procedure. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A2vbFhYGwd0 The Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart_vascular_institute/ James Black, MD http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/doctors/results/directory/profile/0008107/james-black?jh_doc=yes&lastName=Black&vip_doc=yes&cp_doc=yes&CLEARPAGECACHE=false&hch_doc=no&gs_doc=yes
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Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus | Patricia's Story
After 18 frustrating months of going undiagnosed for balance and memory problems and bladder issues, Delaware resident Patricia finally learned she had normal pressure hydrocephalus from neurologist Abhay Moghekar from the Johns Hopkins Cerebral Fluid Center. Hear about her new appreciation for life following her shunt surgery and rehabilitation. Visit us: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/neurology_neurosurgery/centers_clinics/hydrocephalus/
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Minimally Invasive Surgery for Aortic Aneurysms | Q&A
Assistant Professor of Surgery Christopher Abularrage discusses minimally invasive surgery for abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms, including the procedure and recovery.
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Am I a Candidate for Liver Transplant? | Q&A
Johns Hopkins transplant surgeon Andrew Cameron, MD discusses eligibility for a liver transplant, donor livers, patients' average age, and other transplant-determining factors. Questions answered: 1. Describe what you do. (0:11) 2. Who requires a liver transplant? (0:25) 3. What makes someone a good candidate for a liver transplant? (1:02) 4. Can a patient with liver cancer get a liver transplant? (1:25) 5. Where do donor livers come from? (1:44) 6. What is the average age of liver transplant patients? (2:18)
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Pet Therapy at Johns Hopkins Hospital
Meet Olive, a 3-year-old Dalmatian. She and her owner, Stephanie Cooper Greenberg, show what it’s like to be a therapy dog at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Therapy dogs are now being universally recognized for how they can help with healing while in the hospital. Learn more about pet therapy at: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/the_johns_hopkins_hospital/services_amenities/services/pet-therapy.html
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Nipple Tattoos: A New Option for Breast Reconstruction
Breast cancer survivors discuss why nipple tattooing is an important part of survivorship. Vinnie Myers, a tattoo artist specializing in post breast cancer nipple tattoos, shares his experiences of how this procedure is done and why it is important.
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Abdominal & Thoracic Aortic Aneurysm Treatment: Open Surgery | Q&A
Associate Professor of Surgery James Black discusses open surgery for abdominal and thoracic aortic aneurysms, including the procedure and recovery. _____________________________________________________________ Johns Hopkins Heart and Vascular Institute: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart_vascular_institute/index.html About Endovascular Aneurysm Repair: http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/heart_vascular_institute/conditions_treatments/treatments/aortic_aneurysm_surgery.html
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Seizures Lead to Pediatric Brain Surgery: Connor's Story
In 2011, four-year-old Connor said his arm kept falling asleep. Connor was experiencing seizures caused by a benign brain tumor. ABC2 cameras followed the family during their medical journey as Connor had neurosurgery conducted by pediatric neurosurgeon, Dr. Edward Ahn. Johns Hopkins Children's Center http://www.hopkinschildrens.org For appointments, Maryland residents should call 410-955-7337, and out-of-state residents should contact 1-855-884-6754.
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Building Stronger Brain Cell Connections | Science: Out of the Box
Johns Hopkins' neuroscientist Mollie Meffert explains how brain cells use microRNAs to grow new connections to "talk" to each other and store memories. http://www.hopkinsmedicine.org/institute_basic_biomedical_sciences/index.html
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Bladder Cancer | Q&A
Surgeon, Armine Smith, from the Brady Urological Institute answers questions about bladder cancer, diagnosis and treatment options available. At the Greenberg Bladder Cancer Institute, cancer specialists work together to provide patients with expert care in radiation oncology, urologic surgery, medical oncology, radiology, pathology and research. These leading minds in cancer discuss each patient's case in detail to create a custom, groundbreaking treatment plan. Questions Answered: 1. How does bladder cancer form? 0:03 2. Are there specific risk factors for bladder cancer? 0:27 3. How is bladder cancer found? 0:44 4. What are the treatment options for bladder cancer? 1:27 5. What is the difference between muscle invasive and non-muscle invasive bladder cancer? 2:56 6. What are the different types of urinary diversions? 3:50 7. How is the diversion chosen? 4:28 8. Do all bladder cancer patients need surgery? 4:51 9. Why should I have bladder cancer treatment at Johns Hopkins 5:22
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Diabetes and Exercise - Decide to Move
Learn how exercise can help people with type 2 diabetes. Hear from patients and experts at Johns Hopkins Hospital.
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