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When an 8-month-old needed surgery for an ureteropelvic junction obstruction during the pandemic, a UH Rainbow pediatric urologist made several adjustments to ensure the boy went home the same day.
After undergoing a promising treatment for a rotator cuff tear, Lisa Miloshoff now is pain-free and thankful for having an alternative to open shoulder replacement.
PJ had unilateral craniosynostosis – a birth defect in which the bones on one side of the skull grow together too early, severely limiting room for his brain to grow.
Most people cringe at the mere mention of the word leeches. Even more would be alarmed at the thought of having them attached to their skin as part of their medical plan of care.
“I’m going to give myself a hernia!” You may have said something like that as you lifted a heavy object. Although said in jest, it’s true that incorrectly lifting a heavy object can cause a hernia.