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Grandfather of 14 survives life-threatening aortic dissection
Lawrence Godfrey woke up one day and knew something wasn't right. Thankfully, doctors were able to quick diagnose and treat his aortic dissection.
Georgetown resident benefits from latest methods in surgery and telemedicine
Living hours away from the Texas Medical Center didn't stop Franz Schubert from connecting with his surgeon before his heart procedure.
UT Physicians announces digital COVID-19 screening
UT Physicians is making screening for COVID-19 convenient and contactless through its new app available on both Apple and Android devices.
Bypass surgery allows patient to get back on beat
Edwina Lewis is back to teaching music just six months after her coronary artery bypass surgery with Dr. Cesar Nahas, cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon.
Back in the water and rowing strong again
Tammy Foy developed a puzzling condition that caused her right arm to become incredibly fatigued. After several visits to different specialists, she was diagnosed with Thoracic Outlet Syndrome. Read how Dr. Charlton-Ouw, vascular surgeon, was able to help.
Moving forward after an aortic dissection
Zachery Jessup shares his story of survival following an aortic dissection.
From heart failure to life-saving advanced, innovative procedure
From heart failure to life-saving advanced, innovative procedure, one Houstonian shares his story in hopes of helping others.
Back on track following heart surgery
A local woman shares her experience with aortic stenosis and how check-ups are crucial in detecting problems.
Winnie’s story: from blockage to life-saving new procedure
New minimally invasive prevention procedure uses a special system designed to reduce the risk of stroke during the insertion of a stent.