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Scientists discover cellular structure that may explain organ rejections

Canadian scientists have discovered a cellular structure that may be responsible for previously unexplained organ transplant rejections. Researchers at the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre turned their attention to...

source: By Chelsea Adams
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A surgical magnetic rod system used to treat scoliosis in children has a high failure rate, necessitating multiple surgeries and causing significant morbidity in these young patients, new research suggests. The Magnetic Expansion Control...

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U.S. researchers are developing a better understanding of the human brain by studying tissue left over from surgery. They say that their research is more likely to lead to new treatments than studies based on mouse and rat models. Dr. Ed Lein, who leads the initiative...

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Try to move your hand just a single millimeter. Guess what? You probably overshot your target. Good thing you're not a supermicrosurgeon, who operate on vessels sized 0.2 to 0.8 millimeters in diameter. If this sounds like a rare...

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In 2001, surgeons in New York removed the gallbladder of a patient in France utilizing a remote-controlled robotic system. The Lindbergh operation, as it's widely known, was the world's first such tele-surgery. In the nearly 20 years...

source: Fortune


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