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Case study: Retinoblastoma

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By Gabriele Denis During Emory’s second day in clinic our first case in pediatrics was a two-year old male with right eye retinoblastoma/retro orbital mass. Based on research, it is a malignant tumor on the retina, the light-sensing part of the eye, and would be preventable...

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Translation of medicine

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By Claude Bruny I was born and raised in Haiti but I’ve never experienced doing a clinic before. Upon arrival I felt like we were anticipated. We were greeted with what seemed like a thousand smiles.   I was asked to help translate in the pediatrics...

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Waiting

  |   Pediatric Neurosurgery, Uncategorized

Robendji Saurtilive clings to her mother as they wait for Robendji's time for surgery. In the recovery ward at Hopital Universitaire de la Paix, a sense of community has formed among the mothers.Photos by Jennifer Browning. By Jennifer Browning PORT-AU-PRINCE--While the fans keep the air from being...

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Stories from the surgical room: Marie Celestine

  |   Pediatric Neurosurgery, Uncategorized

Bundled in blankets, Marie Celestine rests after her Ventricular Petroneal surgery. Marie was diagnosed with Hydrocephalus immediately after birth. Photo by Jennifer Browning. By Jennifer Browning PORT-AU-PRINCE--Hours before the surgical team would return, Marie Nesline Neika Celestine was born Saturday at 2 a.m. at Hopital Universitaire de...

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