ADA-friendly PDF: Physician Update Winter 2014

Physician Update Winter 2014

Articles in this Issue


  • Minimally Invasive Surgery for Gynecologic Conditions
    Using laparoendoscopic single-site surgery (LESS) and other techniques, Johns Hopkins gynecologic surgeons are performing operations that once required large open incisons.


  • Helping Nonresponders Respond to CRT
    Johns Hopkins' Resynchronization Optimization Clinic evaluates patients and recommends ways to improve their care.


  • A Possible Aneuysm Cure
    Johns Hopkins neurosurgeons are performing a new type of surgery that offers the possibility to remove cerebral aneurysms completely.


  • Three Appointments in One: Coordinated Care to Prevent Amputations
    Specialists at Johns Hopkins' diabetic foot and wound clinic provide coordinated care to prevent amputations.


  • The Benefits of Fecal Transplant
    For patients with chronic antibiotic-associated diarrhea, a procedure no more daunting than a colonoscopy can provide significant relief.