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U.S. doctor removes live ammo from soldier's head
A U.S. military doctor removed a live round of ammunition from the head of an Afghan soldier in an unusual and harrowing surgery.
2010/4/11
Australian scientists are working towards creating a living, full-thickness replacement skin for burns victims and hope to begin animal trials later this year.
2010/4/5
British and Italian doctors have carried out groundbreaking surgery to rebuild the windpipe of a 10-year-old British boy using stem cells developed within his own body, they said.
2010/3/21
Metal staples used to close wounds after joint surgery may be faster to use than stitches but are also more likely to cause infection, a review published online on Wednesday by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) said.
2010/3/18
Old wounds stay closed thanks to RF Surgical
Surgery, by definition, has risks attached. And anything that cuts down on those risks is welcome.
2010/3/4
A Taiwanese university and a hospital will jointly conduct human clinical trials of artificial retinal implants, the first of its kind in Asia, university official said yesterday.
2010/3/3
Australian medical researchers said Tuesday they have made advances that could see pig lungs transplanted into humans within a decade.
2010/2/10
For more than 2-1/2 years, Linda De Croock lived with constant pain from a car accident that smashed her windpipe.
2010/1/15
A 16-year-old Spaniard has had a sex change operation, becoming the country's first minor to undergo a procedure that few countries in the world allow for people so young, the patient's doctor has announced.
2010/1/14
Twenty-six operations put healthy kidneys into 13 desperately ill people: Doctors have just performed a record-setting kidney swap, part of a pioneering effort to expand transplants to patients who too often never qualify.
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