Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Disease: The Silent Killer

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Ronald L. Dalman, M.D. Professor of Surgery Stanford University Medical Center September 26, 2007 Lecture Overview: There has been considerable interest recently in public education and screening for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) after a front page Wall Street Journal article about it received the Pulitzer Prize for Health Reporting …

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Neck Pain: The Latest in Evaluation and Surgery

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Ivan Cheng, MD Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Stanford University Medical Center Lecture Overview: Neck pain is extremely common and most often stems from the wear and tear of normal aging Most neck pain without serious pathology does not need to be treated surgically; physical therapy, exercise and rest …

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Modern Rhinoplasty: Aesthetic and Functional Surgery of the Nose

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Sam Most, MD, FACS Director, Division of Facial Plastic Surgery Stanford University Medical Center November 5, 2009 Lecture Overview: Breathing problems can be caused by fixed or variable structures in the anatomy of the nose. Rhinoplasty reshapes the internal and external components of the nose. Functional rhinoplasty can improve …

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Robotic Surgery in Urologic Oncology

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Mark L. Gonzalgo, MD, PhD Associate Professor of Urology and Director of Robotic-Assisted Urologic Cancer Surgery Stanford University School of Medicine January 14, 2010 Lecture Overview: Since the early 2000s, when robotic surgical systems were first used to treat prostate cancer, urologic surgeons have increasingly employed the technology and …

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Minimally Invasive Cardiac Surgery

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Michael Fischbein, MD, PhD Assistant Professor, Cardiothoracic Surgery Stanford University Medical Center Lecture Overview: Heart surgery traditionally involves an invasive procedure and the heart is stopped so that surgeons can make the necessary repairs Minimally invasive techniques are being studied to treat a number of heart conditions for certain …

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Surgical Treatment Of Emphysema

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Joseph Shrager, MD Chief, Division of Thoracic Surgery Stanford University Medical Center May 21, 2009 Lecture Overview: Emphysema is a type of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the fourth leading cause of death in the U.S. In emphysema, the tissues that support the shape and function of the lung are …

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Minimally Invasive Aesthetic and Functional Jaw Surgery

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Sabine Girod, MD, DDS, PhD, FACS Associate Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Stanford University Medical Center October 20, 2011 When it comes to your face, how you look and what lies beneath your skin are intimately related. Facial aesthetics are based on balance and symmetry, which are determined by …

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Breast Reconstruction: What Every Woman Needs to Know

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Gordon Lee, MD Assistant Professor, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Stanford University Medical Center July 24, 2013 Watch the video Plastic surgery in one form or another has been around for hundreds of years. Although most people today think primarily of cosmetic procedures, the fundamental premise is to reconstruct or …

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Aesthetic and Functional Maxillofacial Surgery

Posted By SHL Librarian Presented by: Sabine Girod, MD, DDS, PhD, FACS Associate Professor, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery May 19, 2016 Oral and maxillofacial surgery is a surgical specialty for the diagnosis and surgical treatment of diseases, injuries, and defects of the upper and lower jaw. Procedures range from repairing congenital deformities to realigning jaw …

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