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Recent Advances in Managing Acute PancreatitisRecent Advances in Managing Acute Pancreatitis

    Introduction Acute pancreatitis can be severe with extensive morbidity, mortality, and hospitalization costs1 . As the most common inpatient gastrointestinal diagnosis in the United States (over 270,000 inpatient stays in 2009), acute pancreatitis was responsible for USD $2.6 billion in health-care costs in 20092 . With an increasing incidence in the last decade […]

Recent Advances in Understanding How the Brain WorksRecent Advances in Understanding How the Brain Works

How the brain creates intelligence is viewed by many as the greatest scientific quest of all time. We are living at the time when rapid progress is being made and a comprehensive theory of brain function is emerging. Jeff Hawkins, an inventor, engineer, neuroscientist, author and entrepreneur, presents the big picture of what we know […]

Recent advances in animal welfare science VRecent advances in animal welfare science V

Recent advances in animal welfare science V UFAW Animal Welfare Conference 23rd June 2016 York Merchant Adventurers’ Hall, UK   Animal welfare and its science is a multi-disciplinary field that attracts interest from veterinarians, neuroscientists, animal technicians, geographers, agriculturalists, ethicists, lawyers, physiologists and psychologists amongst others in addition to those who working directly with and […]

Surgical Recent Advances in Bladder CancerSurgical Recent Advances in Bladder Cancer

Bladder cancer is the most expensive cancer to treat from diagnosis to death. Frequent disease recurrence, intense follow-up, and expensive, invasive techniques for diagnosis and treatment drive these costs for non-muscle invasive bladder cancer. Fluorescence cystoscopy increases the detection of superficial bladder cancer and reduces costs by improving the quality of resection and reducing recurrences. […]

Advances In Image-Guided Urologic SurgeryAdvances In Image-Guided Urologic Surgery

Dr. Li-Ming Su, David A. Cofrin Chair of Endourology and Chief, Division of Robotic & Minimally Invasive Urologic Surgery and Dr. Joseph C. Liao, along with Springer has recently released Advances In Image-Guided Urologic Surgery.  This book provides an overview of the current state-of-art in combining advances in biomedical imaging with intraoperative navigation and preoperative planning for […]

Recent advances in acetabular fracture surgeryRecent advances in acetabular fracture surgery

This is a lecture about “Recent advances in acetabular fracture surgery” by Prof. Dr. Fouad Zamel Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery in Kasr Alainy Medical School (Cairo university) for “Recent trends in Orthopaedics”, a one day course held at Learning Resource Center (LRC) in December 22th 2011. Category Education License Standard YouTube License

Cardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and TechniquesCardiac Surgery: Recent Advances and Techniques

Features Provides detailed coverage of all the new developments in the expanding specialty of cardiac surgery Discusses minimally invasive coronary artery bypass and mitral valve surgery Examines treatment for tricuspid valve disease Explores cellular cardiomyoplasty / stem cell therapy and valve sparing aortic root replacement Provides the latest on endovascular stent grafting of the thoracic […]

Recent Advances and the Borderline Resectable Patient –Pancreatic CancerRecent Advances and the Borderline Resectable Patient –Pancreatic Cancer

Published on Aug 16, 2016 Richard D. Schulick, MD, MBA, FACS, Professor and Chair of Surgery at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus discusses the recent surgical advances in Pancreatic Cancer treatment and the borderline resectable patient. His discussion includes a historical perspective, review of how hospital volume impacts the management of pancreas cancer, […]

Recent Advances in Surgical Management of Breast CancerRecent Advances in Surgical Management of Breast Cancer

Published on 23 Mar 2016 Tari A. King, MD, Chief of Breast Surgery, Dana-Farber/Brigham and Women’s Cancer Center (DF/BWCC), describes improvements in surgical options for the management of breast cancer. Innovations include less extensive removal of lymph nodes combined with chemotherapy and radiation therapy to minimize lymphedema. Other advances include the use of radioactive seeds […]