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Whether it's of a brick wall, sky, or nature, hospital window view doesn't really matter.
“I wanted to have a job where I felt I was serving the public good in a very direct way,” says Ramin Javahery, MD. “I wanted something that was much more direct and intimate.”
A trip to the beauty salon could result in exposure to dangerous blood-borne viruses.
Deeming Xaracoll to be a drug/device combination, the Food and Drug Administration notified Innocoll yesterday that it would not be going forward with the New Drug Application they had filed for the product in October.
Robert G. Micheletti, MD, describes the multidisciplinary management and role of surgery in hidradenitis suppurativa.
The FDA has approved Adynovate (PEGylated antihemophilic factor [recombinant]) as a treatment for hemophilia A in pediatric patients under 12 years of age and for both adults and pediatric patients in the surgical setting, based on findings from a phase 3 trial.
A retrospective review of patients with bilateral uveitic glaucoma who had filtration surgery in both eyes at different times found that the second surgically treated eye showed greater glaucomatous disc progression than the first.

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