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Nerve Modulation Can Reduce, Eliminate Fecal Incontinence

January 1, 2015

Therapy is tailored to each patient’s needs
Innovations in Digestive Health - Winter 2015

Growing Experience in POEM

January 1, 2015

Innovations in Digestive Health - Winter 2015

Researchers Aim to Enhance Recovery After Surgery

January 1, 2015

Innovations in Digestive Health - Winter 2015

Preoperative CT scan demonstrating extensive metastases from appendix cancer (cancer outlined in red)

Combination Treatment for Carcinomatosis

January 1, 2015

Innovations in Digestive Health - Winter 2015

Separation of liver into left lateral segment and right lobe. The right portal vein is ligated and left segment has hypertrophied,

ALPPS: A New Surgical Technique for Metastatic Liver Cancer

January 1, 2015

Novel approach may lead to increased survival rates
Innovations in Digestive Health - Winter 2015

JAMA Surgery Study Demonstrates Short- and Long-Term Cost-Savings Associated with Minimally Invasive Surgery

September 14, 2012

Adding to the clinical benefits and improved patient outcomes associated with minimally invasive surgery, Medtronic today highlighted a study published in the March 25 online edition of JAMA Surgery.