Intraoperative CT at Johns Hopkins Bayview

Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center is the first hospital in Maryland with a dual-room intraoperative CT scanner and image-guided surgery system for neurosurgery. Having imaging capabilities in two of our operating rooms has a positive effect on our patient outcomes by improving safety, decreasing infections and lowering the risks of complications. The intraoperative CT (iCT) and image-guided surgery system create unmatched surgical vision and precision, allowing surgeons to see things others cant see during complex brain, spine and trauma surgeries.

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IbioSeminar Part 1

Dr Q gives a review lecture on brain tumors and the field of Neurosurgery

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Ibioseminar Part 2

In the second part of his talk, Dr. Q presents results from his lab and others that are beginning to provide insight into understanding brain tumor stem cells and the key role they play in both causing and possibly curing brain cancer

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I WAS DIAGNOSED WITH A PITUITARY TUMOR… NOW WHAT?

Learn from Dr. Q, Surgical Director of the Pituitary Tumor Center at Johns Hopkins, what are the steps to take after being diagnosed with a pituitary tumor.

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