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  • August 10, 2015

    By MedStar Health

    Expertise, Experience and Excellent Care of Cardiology Team Restore Heart Patient to Former SelfSteven Jones, 61, could have lost his life when his unique mix of symptoms baffled another hospital. For...

  • August 04, 2015

    By MedStar Health

    That “phantom pebble” and its accompanying pain may not be your imagination, but rather a common condition known as Morton's neuroma. Most often found in the spaces near the second or third toe, Morton's neuroma results from a swelling of a nerve or adjacent tissue.
  • Medical Intel Podcast from Washington Hospital Center - Advancements in healthcare that could make a difference for you and your family.
    August 04, 2015

    By The MWHC Blog Team

    Treatment of the incontinence and prolapse enables them to regain their confidence, engage in social activities and exercise comfortably again.
  • Medical Intel Podcast from Washington Hospital Center - Advancements in healthcare that could make a difference for you and your family.
    August 04, 2015

    By The MWHC Blog Team

    New Glaucoma Surgery Provides Less Risk <img alt="" src="https://medstarhealth-delivery.sitecorecontenthub.cloud/api/public/content/eye_illustration_thumb?v=df339ca3" style="float:left; margin-r...

  • Medical Intel Podcast from Washington Hospital Center - Advancements in healthcare that could make a difference for you and your family.
    August 04, 2015

    By The MWHC Blog Team

    Body contouring surgery is often the next step for patients who have had a dramatic weight loss. This surgery removes hanging skin and stored fat deposits that remain after weight loss surgery. Board-certified plastic and reconstructive surgeons are the best choice for the best results.
  • Medical Intel Podcast from Washington Hospital Center - Advancements in healthcare that could make a difference for you and your family.
    August 03, 2015

    By The MWHC Blog Team

    Peripheral Vascular Disease is a potentially serious, but treatable circulation problem. It occurs when the vessels that supply blood flow to the legs are narrowed. PVD is typically caused by atherosclerosis, or plaque build-up inside the vessel walls.