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In the first study to identify specific surgical goals for the treatment of an intracerebral hemorrhage—the deadliest and most disabling type of stroke—a team of neurosurgeons found that at least 70 percent of the hemorrhage has to be removed for patients to make a meaningful recovery.
We spoke with heart transplant experts Nir Uriel, MD, and Valluvan Jeevanandam, MD, about the recent historic back-to-back triple-transplants of hearts, livers and kidneys. We also took some time and caught up with the two patients, Sarah McPharlin and Daru Smith.
At its most severe, obsessive compulsive disorder can be a debilitating condition. But with medication, therapy and now surgery, patients are finding hope in reclaiming their lives.