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3 March 2014 1 View comments Surgeons have saved a cancer patient's life by removing part of his leg and attaching it to his arm. Ian McGregor, 59, is thought to be the first person in the UK to undergo such a procedure. The operation, which took 18
Vidgen has revealed to his fans he has been in hospital following an operation to remove a benign tumour behind his eye. The 17-year-old singer who shot to fame after winning series five of Australia's Got Talent, revealed he had surgery on Wednesday.
15 January 2014 2 View comments A tumour weighing almost six stone has been removed from a woman in the Czech Republic. The growth, which weighed a staggering 5st 9lbs, had been growing inside the unidentified woman's stomach for years because she
If she was born naturally, there was a high chance she would not be able to breathe and we would not be able to help her...They wanted to leave Sienna in the womb for as long as possible, but not so long she might be born naturally. As a result, they
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27 December 2013 6 View comments A Chinese man has undergone surgery to remove a 3.3lb (1.5kg) tumour from his face. Huang Chuncai, 37, from Hunan province, has been dubbed 'China's Elephant Man'. He suffers from an extreme c ase of neurofibromatosis,
About 85 percent of the tumor was removed, said Stokley's mother, Rebecca Buhler, but doctors are "pretty sure" the tumor is cancerous and cancer is at Stage 4, she said. Buhler said in a telephone interview Wednesday they were waiting on biopsy
9 December 2013 0 View comments A woman is set to marry the man who saved her life on their first date. Cheryl Wray, 22, had a tumour the size of a satsuma removed from her pancreas after fianc Stephen Kittles insisted she see a doctor. He was
Surgeons in Spain successfully removed a giant benign tumour weighing 25 kilograms from the womb of a 47-year-old woman. The head of obstetrics and gynaecology at Torrevieja Hospital in eastern Spain, Eduardo Cazorla, said that in his 20-year career
Precise excision of tumors requires knowing where neoplasm ends and healthy tissue, that should be spared, begins. For many procedures it's standard practice to repeatedly send excised samples to the pathology lab for confirmation of healthy margins.