New technologies can now minimize potentially deadly surgical mistakes that leave instruments and sponges behind.
The Yankees say Alex Rodriguez will have surgery on his left hip and will miss the start of the season and possibly the entire first half.
Opting for surgery sooner rather than later all but ensures Bautista will have a complete recovery for 2013.
Toby Keith Says His Gall Bladder Surgery ‘Wasn’t Anything’ — Returns To Stage To Face Raging Hailstorm
Less than a week after having gall bladder surgery, Toby Keith was back on stage and “good to go.” However, he still had to face a raging hailstorm that nearly shut down the concert.
Toby Keith is taking time off from this Live in Overdrive tour this week for a “minor medical procedure.” But he’s not going to lay about for long.
In its news release Thursday, the team did not mention a timetable for Gee’s return – but the operation is expected to keep him off the mound for months.
The Mets said in a statement Wednesday that starter Dillon Gee was ready to be discharged from the hospital and would explore his options, including surgery.
“My surgery was a success, it went perfectly,” Rivera tweeted. “I am looking forward to beginning my rehab soon. Thanks as always for your prayers.”
A Bronx man claims that he was badly burned during surgery at Lincoln Hospital. Enrique Ruiz and his family told CBS 2′s Ann Mercogliano that they want answers.
One victim was shot twice in the stomach and once in the chest, while the other had a leg wound.
“Whenever he moves, he’s crying and whining, sometimes I don’t sleep at night because he’s crying all night,” said Kasia Bednarska, Tali’s owner.
Osi Umenyiora’s knee surgery is expected to alleviate the swelling in his knee that results from practicing and playing on it – and thus, should allow him to play out the season once he returns.
After doctors discovered a malignant tumor on his thigh bone, Dugan Smith underwent a rare and remarkable procedure.
The Knicks say guard Toney Douglas had surgery on his right shoulder and could be sidelined four months.
Devils left wing Zach Parise practiced again Tuesday without pain in his right knee, five months after surgery.