Surgery

Pectus Excavatum Repair

Dawn E. Jaroszewski, M.D. explains and demonstrates pectus excavatum surgery.

Publish Date: 2/17/2014

Endoscopic Treatment for Obesity

Barham Abu Dayyeh, M.D., a gastroenterologist and advanced endoscopist at Mayo Clinic, discusses endoscopic treatment for obesity and revision of gastric bypass surgery for teenagers.

Publish Date: 8/31/2015

Prenatal Surgery for Repair of Myelomeningocele

Nicholas M. Wetjen, M.D., discusses surgery for in utero myelomeningocele repair verse postnatal repair.

Publish Date: 11/29/2012

Skull Base Surgery

Jamie J. Van Gompel, M.D., explains skull base surgery and the options patients have including, endoscopic surgical options.

Publish Date: 12/31/2013

Two Fronts, One Battle: Trauma Surgery Innovations

Donald Jenkins, M.D., Mayo Clinic trauma director, describes how collaboration between military and civilian trauma surgeons improves care for all patients.

Publish Date: 9/5/2014

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Study Suggests Acutely Injured Kidneys can be Considered for Transplant

Research suggests that some acutely injured kidneys from donors who are deceased can be used for transplant with safe, positive outcomes.

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Surgical Combination Shows Promise for Obese Patients with End-Stage Liver Failure

Combining bariatric surgery with liver transplant shows promise for patients with medically-complicated obesity and end-stage liver failure, Mayo Clinic researchers recently reported in the American Journal of Transplantation. In a first-of-its-kind study led by Mayo Clinic liver transplant surgeon Julie Heimbach, M.D., the research seeks to identify solutions for a growing population of patients whose liver failure is either caused by or complicated by obesity. Dr. Heimbach describes the study and the procedure in this video .

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Mobile Pressure Map Project Receives Department of Defense Funding

Tamara L. Vos-Draper, O.T., Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, describes a Mayo-developed mobile pressure mapping system that researchers will study in veterans with spinal cord injuries who are at risk for pressure ulcers.

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