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Overlook Medical Center's CyberKnife Cancer Treatment Technology
 
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CyberKnife can target hard-to-reach tumors of the brain, prostate, spine, lung, liver and pancreas that may have been impossible to treat in the past. No other medical center in the tri-state area has more years of experience with CyberKnife technology than Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ. And our total care approach ensures that you are guided through the entire treatment process.
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Brain Tumor Types and New Approaches to Treatment
 
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Neuro-oncologist Kurt Jaeckle, MD, co-director of the Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center, discusses brain tumor types and new approaches to treatment at Overlook Medical Center.
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Overlook Medical Center Employee Donors
 
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When Awake Brain Surgery is the Only Option
 
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Overlook Medical Center’s neurosurgeon Yaron Moshel, MD, PhD, co-director of the Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center, describes why awake brain surgery was the best surgical approach for a young mother and school teacher with a brain tumor. Dr. Moshel was presented with two unique challenges: 1) identifying the unusual location of Jill’s speech center in her brain, and 2) removing the brain tumor without disrupting her language and speech.
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Overlook Hospital  Nurses Week 2016
 
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2016 Nurses week
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Overlook Hospital
 
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Overlook hospital
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My Stay At Overlook Hospital
 
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This video slide show is dedicated to the wonderful 7 th floor hospital staff at Overlook Hospital, in Summit, NJ who took care of me while recovering from major back surgery. The surgery included installing an Erector Set with 8 screws and rods! The hospital staff for my room, 701 also treated me for what is classically called, "i.c.u. Delirium". A special thank you goes out to, "Carly" for her understanding! I'll just say, that what I saw while there was about as bad as the worst LSD trip one could ever experience!
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Overlook Hospital Residency Program
 
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NJAOPS provides educational seminars for Residents at Overlook Hospital in Summit, New Jersey. Scott Silver, Partner and Chief Financial Strategist with Fountainhead, provides an essential financial instruction as new doctors prepare for their professional futures.
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Kyle Chapple MD at Overlook Medical Center speaks about Brain aneurysms
 
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Kyle Chapple MD at Overlook Medical Center speaks about Brain aneurysms. Video produced by Greenrose Media, Joe Verderosa & Seth Koren.
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Henry Playing piano for cancer patients Overlook medical ce
 
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Henry Playing piano for cancer patients Overlook medical center, volunteer to play for the past 4 years almost every day
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Surgical Approaches to Brain Surgery
 
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Neurosurgeon Yaron Moshel, MD, PhD, co-director of the Gerald J. Glasser Brain Tumor Center, describes tailored approaches to brain tumor surgery, including awake surgery, skull-based surgery, and minimally invasive endoscopic surgery using stereotactic image guidance, at Overlook Medical Center.
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Neurosurgeon Yaron A. Moshel, MD
 
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Dr. Moshel discusses brain tumor surgery. Learn more about brain cancer and brain tumor surgery at Jefferson: http://sm.tjuh.org/LWy
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Caregivers Center at Overlook Medical Center
 
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The Thomas Glasser Caregivers Center located off the main lobby of the hospital offers family members and caregivers a place to recover, ask questions and be cared for. Produced by Kathy Cacicedo.
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WABC-TV: Impact of Screen Time on Concussion Recovery and Migraines
 
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Seth Stoller, MD, neurologist and medical director of the Headache Center at Overlook Medical Center, and the Parisi Family, discusses the impact of screen time on concussion recovery and migraines. Video courtesy of WABC-TV
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American Healthfront - Advances in stroke care at Overlook Medical Center
 
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Shalini Bansil, MD, stroke neurologist at The Stroke Center at Overlook, offers a demonstration of the Tele-Stroke robotic system at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ, which allows doctors to consult with patients and other hospital staff remotely, no matter where they are. Neil Horner, MD, neuro-radiologist at Overlook, discusses the 320-slice CT scanner used to view blood flow in the brain, and Ronald Benitez, MD, neurosurgeon, discusses devices such as the MERCI Retriever. David Leach, a stroke survivor, also shares his story.
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Dr. Eric Bartky - Patient #1
 
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http://www.fisherwallace.com/ THE FISHER WALLACE STIMULATOR® is FDA-Cleared for the treatment of insomnia, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. It works by stimulating the brain's production of serotonin and other key neurochemicals. It causes no serious side effects and can be used with or without medication. Medicare, Medicaid and Veteran discounts apply. Visit http://www.fisherwallace.com/ to learn more. Dr. Bartky is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with subspecialty training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Bartky is on the staff of the Department of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He serves as a Consulting Psychiatrist to the Phoenix Center, a private not-for-profit school for children ages 5-21 with severe developmental disabilities as well as the Adolescent Eating Disorder Program at Overlook Hospital. http://www.fisherwallace.com/
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7 Early Warning Signs of Ovarian Cancer to Never Ignore
 
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7 Early Warning Signs of Ovarian Cancer to Never Ignore https://youtu.be/THTr5D6JI7M ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- 1. FAMILY Memoir OF OVARIAN, BREAST OR COLON CANCER: Women who have one or extra close relatives with these cancers can have an improved risk of contracting ovarian cancer. Some genes, such as the BRCA 1 and 2 genes, are received an issue in a high risk for growth of ovarian cancer as well as being a well- risk facpuliciz editor for breast cancer. 2. AGE: Ovarian cancer can occur at any time but is most prevalent in women ages 50 to 60 years. However, do not overlook any signs just because you do not fall into this age support. 3. MENSTRUATION HISTORY: If you began your years before the age of 12, or passed through menopause after the age of 52, or both, it is thought that you may have a somewhat higher risk of suffering from ovarian cancer. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "top 9 supplements for healthy skin" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jbR1UwpCRBw -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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Dr. Mok on Dacomitinib for First-Line Lung Cancer Treatment
 
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Tony S.K Mok, BMSc, MD, FRCPC, professor, Department of Clinical Oncology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Prince of Wales Hospital, Hong Kong, China, discusses dacomitinib as a first-line treatment for non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
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Brain Cancer Conquest - Playing Piano
 
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One year after my brain tumor surgery, I'm returning to the thing I love - playing my piano.
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Cyberknife treatment for brain tumor Video
 
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Video about benign and malignant brain tumor`s treatment procedure with robotic stereotactic radiosurgery technology Cyberknife M6 in in Baltics, Latvia. This is the latest generation technology of Accuray Cyberknife that is available to cancer patients in Eastern Europe. Cyberknife Center Sigulda action and the treatment of patients managed by highly qualified and experienced specialists in oncology and radiology. http://www.cyberknife-sigulda.com/en
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Edward J. Zampella, MD, FAANS, FACS
 
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Edward J. Zampella, M.D., FAANS, FACS is recognized and a leader in neurological surgery in the Northeast region, and has been deemed to be one of New Jersey's "Top Docs" year after year in New Jersey Monthly magazine. Dr. Zampella has served until recently as the managing partner of ANS, and is a past president of the New Jersey Neurosurgical Society. He has been active in hospital leadership, serving as the President of the Medical Staff at Overlook Hospital, and has served for 3 consecutive years on the Board of Trustees for Atlantic Health System. Under his management, ANS brought new and innovative technologies into the practice and increased the number of neurosurgeons available to deliver access to many of the surrounding community hospitals. Upon completing his tenure as managing partner at ANS, Dr. Zampella has returned to being in full-time practice concentrating on offering a full range of services to his patients. Dr. Zampella 's areas of clinical expertise include: functional, restorative and stereotactic neurosurgery including deep brain stimulation for Parkinson's disease; spinal cord stimulation and intra-spinal drug infusion therapy for chronic pain and spasticity; surgical management of trigeminal neuralgia and hydrocephalus, and the surgical treatment of refractory epilepsy. Dr. Zampella is a recognized expert in the surgical treatment of tumors of the brain, skull base, and spinal cord. He performs endoscopic surgery of the pituitary gland, and utilizes advanced techniques such as intra-operative surgical navigation (Stealth) and stereotactic radio-surgery (Cyber Knife) he was one of the first doctors on the East Coast to work with Cyber Knife , a revolutionary tool that enables physicians to treat certain previously inoperable tumors with precise accuracy . Dr. Zampella and Dr. Beyerl (his partner of 25 years) together have founded The ANS Partnership of Hope Brain Tumor Center, where they work along with other specialists to provide the highest quality multimodality care to patients with any type of brain tumor. The outcomes of patients under their care are among the best in the nation. Dr. Zampella's excellent reputation within the community and with his peers has helped make ANS the largest neurosurgical group in New Jersey and the fifth largest private neurosurgical practice in the United States. Dr. Edward Zampella received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey and his M.D. degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. His postgraduate training was completed at the Graduate Hospital of University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his neurosurgical residency was at the University of Alabama Hospital and Clinics, and the Children's Hospital of Alabama (pediatric neurosurgery). He completed post doctoral neurology training at the Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square in London, England.
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A life saved -- No surprise, it's Overlook
 
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The story of Timothy Styler -- a 27 year old man who suffered a life threatening brain aneurysm and was treated at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, New Jersey.
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Voice-Activated Surgery
 
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Check out this segment featuring a surgery recently performed at Overlook Medical Center by surgical oncologist Dr. Andrew Gumbs, using ViKY, a new, voice-activated surgical system.
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Meet a CyberKnife Patient: Deane Driscoll
 
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Deane Driscoll remains cancer-free five years after receiving CyberKnife treatment for prostate cancer. His doctor, Louis Schwartz, MD, director of the CyberKnife Center at Overlook Medical Center, tells how it works.
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Moments That Matter: Kathryn's Story
 
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Stroke Patient Saved by Atlantic Health System’s Comprehensive Stroke Treatment and Technology When Kathryn collapsed at her home in December 2016, Atlantic Ambulance paramedics raced her to Chilton Medical Center. In the ambulance, telestroke technology enabled a neurologist at the hospital to determine that she was having a stroke, so when she arrived at the hospital, the emergency department was ready with a clot-busting drug to save her life. When they discovered that more advanced treatment was necessary, Kathryn was airlifted to Overlook Medical Center, where she received brain surgery. All of this took four hours, and Kathryn left the hospital just a few days later with no damage from the stroke.
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Immunotherapy for Lung Cancer
 
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Neil Morganstein, MD, hematology and oncology, Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Overlook Medical Center, and his patient, Anthony, who was diagnosed with late-stage lung cancer, share his story of amazing recovery with immunotherapy.
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Brian D. Beyerl, MD, FACS
 
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Dr. Brian Beyerl received his Bachelor of Science degree with honors (Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa) from the University of Wisconsin in Madison, Wisconsin and his medical degree from Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore, Maryland. His post-graduate general surgery training was completed at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore and his neurosurgical residency was completed at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School in Boston, Massachusetts. He achieved his Board Certification in 1990 from the American Board of Neurological Surgery. Dr. Beyerl and Dr. Louis Schwartz are co-directors of the Atlantic Health Stereotactic Radiosurgery Program, the first of its kind in New Jersey. This program treats more patients than any other in the state. Dr. Beyerl is currently working with the revolutionary radiosurgical device, the CyberKnife®. A member of The CyberKnife® Society and Co-Director of the program at Overlook Hospital, Dr. Beyerl describes the tool as a "computer-controlled radiosurgery system that delivers radiation to tumors in the brain, spine and elsewhere in the body with millimeter accuracy." The CyberKnife® enables physicians to treat certain previously inoperable tumors. Dr. Beyerl's areas of clinical expertise include stereotactic neurosurgery and radiosurgery for brain tumors. He maintains an interest in general neurosurgery, including spine surgery.
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Chopper Ride from Jersey Shore Medical to Overlook Hospital
 
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Beautiful Night before Brain Surgery
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AtlantiCast: Episode 11
 
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Breaking Atlantic Health System news on this week’s AtlantiCast! Plus, find out why Morristown Medical Center is one of the best hospitals in the nation when it comes to recovering from joint surgery, see the newest center for fighting brain cancer and an Atlantic Health System red-carpet premiere!
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Overlook Foundation - You Can Change Lives Public Service Announcement
 
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Overlook Foundation - You Can Change Lives Public Service Announcement produced by Greenrose Media and Comcast Spotlight. Call Ken Cole for more information at 908-522-2181.
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Moments That Matter: John’s Story
 
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When John Esmeraldino, 24, found out he had a tumor on the base of his brainstem, he was terrified. He began to look at the moments in his life that mattered most to him – watching his little brother play soccer, having dinner with his girlfriend and laughing with his mom – and decided they were moments he wasn't willing to leave behind. Choosing to fight, he enlisted the help of the brain cancer experts at Atlantic Health System and discovered that where you go for cancer care matters.
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NBC TODAY Show -- Carol G. Simon Cancer Center & Curemonos Partnership
 
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Carol G. Simon Cancer Center at Morristown Medical Center and Overlook Medical Center partner with Curemonos to provide support services to cancer patients in need.
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Edward J. Zampella, MD, FAANS, FACS
 
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Edward J. Zampella, M.D., FAANS, FACS is recognized and a leader in neurological surgery in the Northeast region, and has been deemed to be one of New Jersey's “Top Docs” year after year in New Jersey Monthly magazine. Dr. Zampella has served until recently as the managing partner of ANS, and is a past president of the New Jersey Neurosurgical Society. He has been active in hospital leadership, serving as the President of the Medical Staff at Overlook Hospital, and has served for 3 consecutive years on the Board of Trustees for Atlantic Health System. Under his management, ANS brought new and innovative technologies into the practice and increased the number of neurosurgeons available to deliver access to many of the surrounding community hospitals. Upon completing his tenure as managing partner at ANS, Dr. Zampella has returned to being in full-time practice concentrating on offering a full range of services to his patients. Dr. Zampella is a recognized expert in the surgical treatment of tumors of the brain, skull base, and spinal cord. He performs endoscopic surgery of the pituitary gland, and utilizes advanced techniques such as intra-operative surgical navigation (Stealth) and stereotactic radio-surgery (Cyber Knife) he was one of the first doctors on the East Coast to work with Cyber Knife , a revolutionary tool that enables physicians to treat certain previously inoperable tumors with precise accuracy. Dr. Zampella and Dr. Beyerl (his partner of 25 years) together have founded The ANS Partnership of Hope Brain Tumor Center, where they work along with other specialists to provide the highest quality multimodality care to patients with any type of brain tumor. The outcomes of patients under their care are among the best in the nation. Dr. Zampella’s excellent reputation within the community and with his peers has helped make ANS the largest neurosurgical group in New Jersey and the fifth largest private neurosurgical practice in the United States. Dr. Edward Zampella received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Rutgers College in New Brunswick, New Jersey and his M.D. degree from the University of Alabama School of Medicine in Birmingham, Alabama. His postgraduate training was completed at the Graduate Hospital of University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia and his neurosurgical residency was at the University of Alabama Hospital and Clinics, and the Children's Hospital of Alabama (pediatric neurosurgery). He completed post doctoral neurology training at the Hospital for Nervous Diseases, Queen Square in London, England.
Просмотров: 121 Atlantic NeuroSurgical Specialists
Healing Through Drumming
 
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Cedar Knolls resident Sona Shornden, who has breast cancer, takes part in a drum circle as part of the Healing Through Drumming Workshop at Morristown Memorial Hospital's Carol G. Simon Cancer Center. African drumming master Maxwell Kofi Donkor is leading the traditional African drumming which is said to promote physical and spiritual healing.
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NJ Photography Forum Exhibit at Overlook hospital
 
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NJ Photography Forum Exhibit at the Overlook hospital - Now through April 06, 2013
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ABC TV- Concussions & Appropriate Rehabilitation
 
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Dr. Joseph Rempson, co-founder of the Concussion Center at Overlook Medical Center in Summit, NJ, is among the concussion experts featured here discussing concussion diagnosis, management, rehabilitation and return to play for the student athlete.
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Dr. Eric Bartky - Using The Device Daily
 
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http://www.fisherwallace.com/ THE FISHER WALLACE STIMULATOR® is FDA-Cleared for the treatment of insomnia, anxiety, depression and chronic pain. It works by stimulating the brain's production of serotonin and other key neurochemicals. It causes no serious side effects and can be used with or without medication. Medicare, Medicaid and Veteran discounts apply. Visit http://www.fisherwallace.com/ to learn more. Dr. Bartky is a Diplomat of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with subspecialty training in Child and Adolescent Psychiatry at New York Presbyterian Hospital, Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Dr. Bartky is on the staff of the Department of Pediatrics and Psychiatry at Morristown Memorial Hospital. He serves as a Consulting Psychiatrist to the Phoenix Center, a private not-for-profit school for children ages 5-21 with severe developmental disabilities as well as the Adolescent Eating Disorder Program at Overlook Hospital. http://www.fisherwallace.com/
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A Message From Our President
 
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Alan Lieber, president of Overlook Medical Center, discusses the high quality of care at our hospital and how we can meet patient expectations.
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8 warning signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults
 
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8 warning signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults Leukemia is known as a type of cancer of blood cells. This disease starts in the bonee marrow where produce the blood cells and in the soft tissue inside the bonees. They can result in abnormal white blood cells that called leukemia cells in your body. Now its cause is not identified clearly. Most of us believe that the main reasons are inherited and environmental factors that lead to leukemia. Some risk factors like some chemicals, ionizing radiation, smoking, Down syndrome can cause leukemia. Anyone from young children to adults may face with it. However, different ages will face with different types of leukemia. For example, acute lymphoblastic leukemia is the most popular in young children while chronic lymphocytic leukemia is more popular in the adults over 55 years old. And how do you know about it? Warning Signs And Symptoms Of Leukemia In Children And Adults You Need To Know. The best way for you is to know about its warning signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults. Knowing it warning signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults is very important for discovering and treating in time in case someone can face up with it. Let’s start learning the basic and obvious signs and symptoms of leukemia. Some of them can make you surprised: 1. Abnormal Bruising And Excessive Bleeding: One of the most popular signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults is bruising and bleeding easily. More seriously, you may have heavy menstrual bleeding, tiny red spots under the skin or bleeding gums can be happen. When you see that every minor bump on your body can make you bruise or a very small cut make you bleed so much, you should be careful as it can be a warning sign of leukemia. 2. The Same Symptoms As The Flu: Many symptoms like flu including night sweating, muscles aches and pains, fever, persistent chills can be the symptoms of many different diseases. If these signs and symptoms can fade after some days, you may have flu. On the contrary, they can be the symptoms of more serious diseases like leukemia. In this case, you should go to visit your doctor for advice. 3. Chronic Fatigue And Persistent Weakness: Chronic fatigue and persistent weakness are also early warning signs and symptoms of leukemia that you should know. Normally, fatigue is so common that anyone can overlook it easily because they think that it is very normal. Every time you have fatigue, you can feel your health changes obviously, weak and low energy. When you feel to be too difficult to get out of the bed or to finish your daily activities like going to school, or something like that, you may face with chronic fatigue. The main reason for this situation is due to anemia or a decreased number of red blood cells in your bloodstream that prevent the oxygen from your tissues or muscles and lead to the feeling of fatigue and weakness. When your body has some signs of fatigue, you should pay attention to your body much more. 4. Lose Your Weight: If you are losing your weight for no reason, it can be a sign of leukemia. Of course if you only lose weight suddenly, it is not absolutely related to cancer or leukemia. It can be sign of other diseases or the result of changing your regular diet or habits. If it becomes more serious, you had better go to visit your doctor to check. Remember that your weight can be fluctuated during your period of time. However, losing weight often leads to a feeling of weakness and low energy that can affect on your health as well as your daily activities. So, you should keep your healthy weight in order to get the best health. 5. More Frequent Infections If you are facing leukemia, frequent infections can come with you more often. Infections can happen in any area in your body like skin, ear, throat, or something like that. This situation occur as leukemia damage your healthy white blood cells in your body and prevent the bonee marrow from producing healthy white blood cells, since then, reduce your immunized and healing ability of your body. For children, their white blood cells are not mature and difficult to fight infection, since then, they may be easier to experience repetitive viral or bacterial infections than the adults. 6. Headaches And Other Neurological Complaints: 7. Anemia: 8. bonee And Joint Pain: Help us to be better Like, Comment, Subscribe and invite all your friends to see our videos: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUOF1_1_fY50PVN0TtItbDQ?sub_confirmation=1 More from Stay Healthy: 1. The Top 9 Signs That Your Infant May Have Autism. #6 Really Surprised Me! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wRLeGCR-I54 2. 10 Early Warning Signs and Symptoms of Parkinson's Disease https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UFgNPnRDogw 3. 16 Early Signs and Symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IpMW-3KOZ_o 8 warning signs and symptoms of leukemia in children and adults By Stay Healthy
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Tips from Atlantic Health System for the Bike MS: Country Challenge
 
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Alan Lieber, president of Overlook Medical Center, provides riding tips to Dr. Mikhail Varshavski, "Dr. Mike" of Instagram fame, for the upcoming Bike MS: Country Challenge. Join Atlantic Health System to support the National Multiple Sclerosis Society on September 17 and 18, 2016. Find out more, become a rider or donate: www.atlantichealth.org/BikeMS
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Cancer free, but not free from cancer | Hailey Johnston | TEDxUNCAsheville
 
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Not many talk about the social life of a cancer patient. In this talk, Hailey Johnston talks about her experience fighting cancer. Hailey is a Sophomore at the University of North Carolina- Asheville and is a double major in Psychology and Political Science and a double minor in Spanish and International Studies, an Admissions Ambassador, and a member of the Freshman Orientation Blue Crew. She is the oldest of six children, a survivor of Hodgkin's Lymphoma Stage 2B cancer, and founder of a charity called ESCAPE for teenagers and young adults battling cancer. She is an ambassador on the North Carolina Council for Women, a Youth Legislative Assembly Alumni where she assisted in writing legislation on the implementation of school nurses in charter schools and wrote legislation on having home-bound educators for public and charter schools in every school district across North Carolina. Additionally, she was a member of the Leadership Institute in high school, participated in the Triangle Youth Leadership Conference for two years at North Carolina State University, and interned at the Michigan State University Law and This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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FMH CyberKnife Center Commercial - August 2011
 
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If your doctor says you have an inoperable tumor, the Frederick Memorial Hospital CyberKnife Center may be able to help. CyberKnife Radiosurgery can reduce or eliminate tumors virtually anywhere in the body without anesthesia or incisions. Patients literally walk in, lay down for treatment, get up and go home. Treatment involves no recovery time and very few side effects. CyberKnife technology is amazing in and of itself, but the FMH CyberKnife Center has something no other center has -- Dr. Gregory Gagnon. Dr. Gagnon has been using CyberKnife to treat patients with tumors in the breast, prostate, lung and pancreas for the past decade.
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Traumatic Brain Injuries Sometimes Overlooked After A Car Accident
 
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Traumatic brain injuries are the most overlooked injury for those involved in automobile accidents. After an accident, someone may go to the emergency room and their ER doctor is concerned about broken bones, suturing up any wounds but they often overlook the brain injury. And the reason someone incurs a brain injury in an automobile accident is because the brain is of jelly like consistency and it sits free-floating inside your skull and when there is an accident it can go forward and then backward and you don’t even have to hit your head. And, what happens to the brain then is inside your skull there are these ridges, it’s not smooth inside your skull and the brain impacts those ridges and it can cause microscopic tearing and bleeding and that’s how the injury occurs. So what we do at our firm is when someone is involved in an automobile accident we talk to the family members because we want to know if there has been any change in personality, any forgetfulness, if that person becomes angry or depressed because these are classic symptoms of a traumatic brain injury. So, if you’ve been involved in an automobile accident you need an experienced attorney who can look out for this disease. Traumatic brain injury cases are complicated, you need an experienced attorney that can get you compensated for all of the issues you are going through: ongoing medical care, lost wages or lost earning capacity and diminished quality of life. Injured? Need Help? Just Call Don 888-CALL DON (225-5366). For more information, visit: http://www.donmarcari.com/blog/tbi-a-life-altering-injury/.
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John J. Knightly, MD
 
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Dr. John Knightly received his Bachelor of Arts from Franklin and Marshall College, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, and his MD from The University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey in Newark, New Jersey. His post-graduate training and residency training were completed at the Bethesda Naval Hospital, Bethesda, Maryland. Dr. Knightly completed a research fellowship in the surgical neurology branch of the National Institutes of Health and in pediatric neurosurgery at The Children's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. He completed advanced training in trauma at the Shock-Trauma Center in Baltimore, Maryland. In addition, Dr. Knightly completed a Fellowship in Complex Spine with Dr. Volker Sonntag at The Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix, Arizona. He achieved Board Certification in 1998 from the American Board of Neurological Surgeons. Dr. Knightly has been a leading proponent and developer of minimally invasive spinal surgical techniques. In addition to his clinical expertise in spine surgery, he also has a strong interest in neurotrauma. He is a co-founder and director of the Concussion Center at the Atlantic Neuroscience Institute. Dr. Knightly is the Director of Neurosurgery at Morristown Memorial Hospital and the Vice-Chairman of Atlantic Health Institute, where he also serves as the Medical Director of the neuro-spine team. Dr. Knightly serves on the spine executive committee of the American Association of Neurological Surgeons - Congress of Neurological Surgeons Joint Spine Section (AANS/CNS) where he is chairman of the scientific program committee. He is also the chairman of the Quality Improvement Workforce for the AANS/CNS Washington Committee. Dr Knightly was named one of the "20 Surgeon Leaders in Independent Spine & Neurosurgical Groups" by Becker's Orthopedic, Spine & Pain Management Review. He is consistently listed as one of the Best Doctors in America and New Jersey and is included in "Who's Who in America." Dr. Knightly's areas of clinical interest include complex spine surgery, minimally invasive spine surgery, stereotactic Cyberknife radio-surgery, tumors of the spine, endoscopic neurosurgery and trauma. He is also a member of the Joint Sections of Spine and Peripheral Nerve and Neurotrauma and Critical Care, the Congress of Neurological Surgeons, and the North American Spinal Society. Dr. Knightly is a frequent lecturer on spinal surgical techniques and has written and published many articles which detail complex spine management.
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How Do You Detect A Brain Aneurysm?
 
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If an artery bursts in your brain due to aneurysm, it will cause other ruptured cerebral aneurysm symptoms include with aneurysms need a angiogram for definitive diagnosis and determine the best treatment is weak or thin spot on blood vessel wall that this test combines regular ct scan contrast dye injected into vein area of. Aneurysm in the brain overview, causes & symptoms healthline. The procedure to draw cerebrospinal fluid from your back with a needle is called lumbar puncture, or spinal tap. Nov 14, 2016 cerebral aneurysm what is it, diagnosis, symptoms and treatment. Ways to detect an aneurysm wikihowwhat you should know about cerebral aneurysms. May 19, 2009 Brain aneurysm treatment southern hills hospital ehc. Recognize a brain aneurysm 5 signs & symptoms activebeat. When do you need screening tests for brain aneurysms? . Special imaging tests can detect a brain aneurysm. Magnetic resonance imaging (mri) if your doctor believes that you have a brain aneurysm, may the following tests computed tomography (ct) scan. Brain aneurysm treatment southern hills hospital ehc. Brain aneurysm symptoms early detection of brain aneurysms by. Methods to detect and assess brain aneurysms youtube. How to detect an aneurysm symptoms, signs & causes of a brain emedicinehealth. Computed tomography angiogram (cta) scan. Cerebral angiogram oct 7, 2016 is a brain aneurysm causing your excruciating headache? Knowing the symptoms could save life usually diagnosed using magnetic resonance imaging (mri) scan or computerised tomography (ct) don't overlook sudden and severe headache. Johns hopkins estimates that 2. Brain aneurysm imaging overview, computed tomography diagnosing an brain (cerebral) causes, symptoms & treatment. Early detection and screening brain aneurysm foundation. These aneurysms are typically small in size, usually less than one half inch diameter your doctor will order a test of the cerebrospinal fluid if you have symptoms ruptured aneurysm but ct scan hasn't shown evidence bleeding. Just like a person may have no warning of an impending heart attack, there unruptured brain aneurysms are typically completely asymptomatic. Magnetic resonance angiography (mra). Two noninvasive tests sep 1, 2016 a brain aneurysm occurs when weak area in artery bulges and fills unless an ruptures, it may be difficult to diagnose the nov 29, 2012 did you know that one 50 people have can burst at any moment? Do symptoms? Watch learn how apr 11, 2017 symptoms of mimic those other conditions. Brain aneurysm tests and diagnosis mayo clinic. Warning signs symptoms brain aneurysm foundation. Symptoms of a brain aneurysm and how is diagnosed nov 5, 2015 cerebral aneurysms involve both the anterior circulation posterior, ct typically first diagnostic test ordered when there various imaging procedures are performed to diagnose an. Brain aneurysm treatment southern hills hospital ehc early detection and screening brain foundation bafound aneurysms url? Q webcache. Doctors us
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ABC Breast Cancer Special featuring Carol G. Simon Cancer Center
 
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ABC's annual breast cancer special featured Morristown Medical Center medical oncologist Dr. Jason Levitz, music therapy program coordinator Leah Oswanski, and patient Sona Sunflower.
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Gynecologic Robotic Surgery for Women's Cancer
 
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Brian Slomovitz, MD, and Daniel Tobias, MD, discuss how robotic surgery can be used to perform laparoscopic hysterectomies and treat endometrial, cervical and ovarian cancers.
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20 Healthy Foods For Type 2 Diabetes Patients
 
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Type 2 diabetes is a condition which can cause blood sugar to be higher than normal. The most common symptoms include - blurry vision, excessive thirst, cuts that won’t heal, fatigue, excessive hunger, and frequent urination. Two out of three people with diabetes die of a stroke or heart attack, therefore, reducing cardiovascular disease is a priority. A decrease in trans fat intake and increased intake of vegetables, fruits, nuts, whole grains, spices, and seeds may help reduce the chance of developing these life-threatening conditions. Here Is A List Of 20 Healthy Foods For Type 2 Diabetes Patients: #1 Red Cabbage #2 Zucchini #3 Lentils #4 Kale #5 Quinoa #6 Cauliflower #7 Turmeric #8 Brussels Sprouts #9 Chickpeas #10 Flax Seeds #11 Spinach #12 Garlic #13 Broccoli #14 Red Kidney Beans #15 Ginger #16 Oats #17 Swiss Chard #18 Onions #19 Brown Rice #20 Almonds Thank you. This was our video about good food for diabetes, best foods for diabetes diet, super foods for diabetics, diet for type diabetes. Source - http://www.yourhealthremedy.com/health-tips/tresiba-vs-levemir/ Images - pixabay https://pixabay.com/en/bell-pepper-red-yellow-coloured-3043885/ Music - https://www.youtube.com/user/teknoaxe Recommended videos: 1.20 Best Foods For Pregnant Women - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KcqqnbVvPzs 2.Top 20 Foods Good For The Brain - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UneE1fIW-g4
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