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Robert Bárány: Nobel Surgeon’s Study of Ear Remains Relevant

May 2015

Although the inner ear may not come to mind when considering an essential part of the body, this structure wields incredible control over us.
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  • Robert Bárány: Nobel Surgeon’s Study of Ear Remains Relevant

    May 2015

    Although the inner ear may not come to mind when considering an essential part of the body, this structure wields incredible control over us.
    read more

  • Nutrition Deprivation Common in Hospitalized IBD Patients

    May 2015

    Many patients hospitalized with inflammatory bowel disease may be deprived of protein and calories critical to their health and recovery, researchers have found.
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  • Doing the Math: Can the Robot Be Cost-Effective for General Surgery?

    May 2015

    Debate over the value of robotic surgery is far from resolved. General surgeons tend to agree that the current robotic platform delivers what it promises—enhanced visualization, dexterity and control on the part of ...
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