Imagine your loved one surrounded by a team of physicians, nurses and technicians as she undergoes intricate, delicate surgery to remove a malignant brain tumor. In the “old” cancer center at University Hospitals, surgeons would have had to wait until after a patient came out of surgery and woke up from anesthesia before ordering an MRI scan to see if they had removed all the malignant tissue. In the “new” cancer hospital, surgeons will be able to see images from an MRI while a patient is still undergoing surgery simply by moving the patient to an adjoining, sterilized room…
Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine & UH Case Medical Center
June 7th, 2011 Posted in Hematology & Oncology
Jun, 07 2011
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