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Whipple Surgery – Open and Minimally Invasive Options

Whipple Surgery – Open and Minimally Invasive Options

[MUSIC] Pancreatic cancer is as most people know a very aggressive disease. It has a propensity for metastasizing early. It can grow into numerous vital structures which are very, in very close proximity to the pancreas. Unfortunately only about 20% of patients are actually a candidate, for surgery. And the ultimate goal of the operation, […]

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Epilepsy Surgery: Jeannie’s Story

Epilepsy Surgery: Jeannie’s Story

[MUSIC] I’m Jaime Satterfield.>>And I’m Josh Satterfield.>>We’ve been married for eight years.>>And we are natives of Greenville, South Carolina, born and raised. [MUSIC] We love the upstate.>>We do [LAUGH].>>About nine years ago I had viral meningoencephalitis, which is an infection of lining of the brain, but also inside of the brain as well. So the […]

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Lyme Disease | Chris’s Story

Lyme Disease | Chris’s Story

What constitutes a good touch point? My name’s Chris Harris and I’m a full time faculty member over at the Kerry Business School in Johns Hopkins. A couple years ago I was gardening and I ended up getting bitten by a infected deer tick ended up getting Lyme disease as a result of that. It […]

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What is a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist

What is a Maternal Fetal Medicine Specialist

[MUSIC] A maternal fetal medicine specialist is an obstetrician gynecologist who specializes in high risk obstetrics. We take care of pregnant women from the time they decide to become pregnant, if they have any medical complications, they wanna optimize prior to the pregnancy. We take care of patients during pregnancy, especially if they have any […]

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Primary Care Sports Medicine | Q&A with Dr. Raj Deu

Primary Care Sports Medicine | Q&A with Dr. Raj Deu

[MUSIC] Historically, sports medicine has been thought of as the care of athletes, and only athletes, specifically physicians being on the sideline or caring for them in a training room setting. But over the years I feel it’s evolved, and now it’s involved with the care of just active individuals. That can include weekend warriors, […]

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