Cardiovascular Report Winter 2013
Surgeon-in-Chief Juile Freischlag is a specialist in treating thoracic outlet syndrome.
Articles in this Issue
A Johns Hopkins team of vascular surgeons, physical therapists and pain management specialists cares for patients with all three types of thoracic outlet syndrome.
At 30 months of age, Connor Woodward looks perfectly healthy.
Understanding the biology of aortic calcification may open the door to developing targeted medications to slow the progression of the disease.
Procedure helps National Symphony musician regain a normal life by getting rid of pain and swelling in his legs.
Bone fractures, musculoskeletal disorders and joint problems are the hallmarks of osteogenesis imperfecta (OI).
Ellen Beth Levitt, writer/editor