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Surgery

The Surgery section showcases a range of topics centered on surgical techniques, innovations, and best practices. The section highlights groundbreaking advancements such as bionic limb research, major clinical trials in kidney transplant practice, and developing surgical simulation technologies. Additionally, it addresses the social and educational aspects of surgery, like training doctors in challenging environments and discussing the legalities of cosmetic surgery negligence.

Saudi Surgeons Save Down Syndrome Child

Saudi Surgeons Save Down Syndrome Child following 3-hour surgery to correct a congenital heart defect. Surgeons in Al Ahsa (eastern…

Comprehensive guide to ACL injuries

Many people will have heard of ACL injuries, particularly when it comes to high profile sports as they are common…

New bionic limb research redefining possibilities

From science fiction to reality: New bionic limb research redefines possibilities for people with amputations. In a world-first, a patient…

Major clinical trial set to change kidney transplant practice

A major clinical trial has found a simple change to world practice for kidney transplants could deliver real benefits for…

Revolutionary bionic limb technology

Life-changing bionic limb technology is now being developed in Australia, with internationally renowned prosthesis expert Professor Max Ortiz Catalan joining…

Avoiding surgery by healing ACL rupture

New treatment could help avoid surgery by healing ACL rupture: The new study looked at 80 people treated with the…

The Hunterian Museum reopens

After a six-year closure and a £4.6 million re-design, by award winning design studio Casson Mann, the Hunterian Museum re-opens…

What is appendicitis?

What is appendicitis? Appendicitis is inflammation of the appendix, a small, potentially vestigial organ that branches off the large intestine.…

World’s first research hub for treating child blast injuries

World’s first research hub for treating child blast injuries launched by Imperial College London and Save the Children. Imperial College…

New study refines precision of medical needles in surgical simulation

New study refines precision of medical needles in surgical simulation: Researchers at the University of Bristol have discovered a way…