Physician Update Winter 2011
Articles in this Issue
Treating a form of hiatal hernia that compromises the esophagus
For people with high-risk hearts, a better way to avoid medication downsides.
Most gynecologists may encounter only one case in their entire careers. Every year, Lisa Kolp sees several patients who were born without a vagina.
When surgery isn't an option for liver cancer, Johns Hopkins interventional radiologists can often still offer life-extending treatment.
Tapping a deep bench of liver experts, Johns Hopkins offers hope to many patients who've been told nothing can be done.
At Johns Hopkins, nearly all operations to remove a cancerous prostate are performed as nerve-sparing procedures.