Videos & Documents
At the University of Maryland Dr. Scalea focuses on pancreas transplantation as well as autologous and allogeneic islet cell transplantation. He also works clinically on both the kidney and liver transplant teams.
Dr. Bartlett focuses on living donor kidney transplantation, particularly cases with major vascular surgery challenges such as donor kidneys with multiple renal arteries and recipients with vascular disease requiring reconstruction.
Van-Khue Ton, MD, PhD, discusses varying types of left ventricular assist devices (LVADs) as well as best practices for implantation and the importance of timely referral for consideration of placement and heart transplant.
The University of Maryland Medical Center is the 2nd largest in the U.S. for simultaneous kidney pancreas transplantation, and 3rd largest for isolated pancreas transplantation.
In 2009, University of Maryland Medical Center surgeons were the first in Maryland and third in the U.S. to perform single-incision laparoscopic donor nephrectomy.
As a large, strapping college football player, Gavin Class radiated good health.
About three percent of donor kidneys will have three or more arteries, and 13 percent of donor kidneys will have at least two arteries.
Stephen Bartlett, M.D., The Peter Angelos Distinguished Professor and Chairman, Department of Surgery, University of Maryland School of Medicine, shares a lecture from a presentation at the Polycystic Kidney Foundation’s National Conference in Orlando, Fl
With one of the most robust adult liver transplantation programs in the United States — and the largest organ transplant center in the tri-state area — University of Maryland Medical Center (UMMC) is now expanding these capabilities...
With an urban population exhibiting numerous risk factors for the silent killer hepatitis C, University of Maryland specialists have taken aim at the surprisingly prevalent virus with leading-edge research and community programs — just ...
Patients with heart failure have heart pumps and ventricular assist devices that allow their hearts to keep beating.
University of Maryland researchers found that living donors whom donated a kidney that was removed through a single port in the navel report higher satisfaction in several key categories, compared to donors who underwent traditional multiple-port ...