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Body Contouring by Dr. Dennis Nigro MD, FACS, FICS Body contouring in plastic surgery mirrors the evolution of plastic surgery in general. Early reconstructive efforts that were done for posttraumatic or post delivery changes paved the way for an...
Tags: Muscle, Tummy Tuck, Obesity, Plastic Surgery, Surgery
Courant Staff WritersGlenn O'Loughlin will spend the rest of his life taking things slowly. A surgical error made 13 years ago by Dr. Jose Nabut of Florida cost O'Loughlin 17 feet of his intestine. Now his routine includes methodically counting out the 40 prescription...
Sun StaffVIRGINIA BEACH, Va. - Hoping to elude the serial sniper's scope, Jeffrey and Stephanie Hopper drove as far south into Virginia as they could one evening last October before stopping just north of Richmond to buy gas and find dinner. Outside the Ponderosa...
Sun StaffStruck in critical locations by a single bullet traveling at supersonic speed, few of the sniper's victims ever had a chance. Three of the 12 confirmed targets were struck in the head, and all three died. Trauma doctors say they cannot imagine anyone...
Sun StaffDr. Rao R. Ivatury had no way of knowing that the 37-year-old gunshot victim who arrived in the emergency room at the Medical College of Virginia Hospital in Richmond Saturday night was suspected of being the latest target of the serial sniper. "We had...
Sun StaffPrince George's County police said yesterday they think the sniper suspects may be linked to yet another unsolved shooting -- this one of a liquor store clerk in Clinton on Sept. 15. County police had been exploring whether John Allen Muhammad, 41, and...
Tags: Death, Defense, Prosecution, Criminal Laws, Laws
Sun StaffHuh? You said what about the 17-year cicadas? Oh, they're loud, you say. Well, don't bother telling Marian Farabee, who probably can't hear you anyway. Her backyard cicadas are so intense, she jams earplugs into her ears before venturing outside to...
Sun StaffOne summer several years ago, Gaye Williams was walking in a wooded spot near Fort Meade as millions of cicadas whirred and droned in the trees overhead. Then the weirdest thing happened: She was seized with the impulse to flee. It wasn't the critters...
Mark Arax covers Central California for The TimesOne day not long ago, I drove into a valley deep in the mountains of Oregon, a swath of green pastures edged by wild blackberries and split by a creek that filled up a nearby lake. It seemed a pleasant enough place in the world, this hidden valley, but...
Tags: Senior Citizens, Criminals, Elections, Los Angeles Times, Murder
Staff WriterHe rises at 4 a.m. after only an hour of sleep. He doesn't bother looking in the mirror as he dresses, feels no need to say goodbye to the 400-pound body he hates. "You ready, big guy?" his mother asks a short car ride later as they walk toward the...
Tags: Children, Hemorrhaging, Travel, Death, Weight Loss Surgery
Courant Staff WriterA diagnosis of cancer is bad enough, but news that it has spread to the liver has always been cataclysmic. Few people survive for five years once cancer is detected in the liver, with most living on borrowed time if they celebrate two more Christmases or...
Of The Morning CallThe doctor puts one hand over the other and gently presses on the bulge on the left side of Betty Senger's abdomen. ''Is it shrinking?'' Betty asks, lying on a padded table in an examining room with blue walls and a color poster of internal organs. ''...
Tags: Charity, Children, Death, Chemotherapy, Sports
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