True to Twin Cities Spine Center’s more than 70-year history of advancing spine care, one of its spine surgeons recently became the first in the Twin Cities to use Mazor X, a robotic-assisted surgical system that combines preoperative planning and intraoperative guidance to help surgeons perform operations for individuals needing spinal instrumentation for fixation or stabilization.
Compassionate, evidence-based fertility services for all individuals and couples looking to conceive propels reproductive care forward at the Center for Reproductive Medicine.
University of Minnesota Health and Fairview Health Services Propel Cancer Care Forward with Digital Medicine
University of Minnesota Health and Fairview Health Services specialists are pioneering the use of digital medicine in oncology, giving patients more control over the common oral chemotherapy process and their medical caregivers deeper insight into patients’ health and compliance with treatment — all for the sake of improving outcomes.
Nobody wants to hear they have cancer — not the teenager who expects to make the varsity softball team as a freshman, the PhD candidate preparing to defend his dissertation, the young physician who lives next door or the grandmother who lives down the street.
A 42-year-old woman presents with a progressively dry scalp for the past three years. She says the itching is so bad it can keep her awake at night and interferes with her job because she spends so much time scratching her head. Additionally, she reports being tremendously embarrassed to sit anywhere with dark seats.
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