Physician Update Summer 2013
TWO NEW HANDS + TWO NEW ARMS = A HOPKINS FIRST
Articles in this Issue
A multidisciplinary, multicenter team performs highly complex bilateral arm transplant.
To safeguard composite tissue grafts during groundbreaking bilateral arm transplant, a unique protocol is used.
At Johns Hopkins, the pancreatic islet transplant offers patients hope and one operation instead of the usual two.
The Johns Hopkins Hospital's team of experts provides patients with pancreatic cysts a breadth of perspectives.
Johns Hopkins aims to shed light on chronic obstructive pulmonary disease's unprecedented rise in women while seeking better treatments for patients with the condition.
An implantable minitaure telescope may mean new help for patients with advanced macular degeneration.