COVID-19 Triggers Strokes in Otherwise Healthy People

posted on May 20, 2020

Amir Khan, MD, discusses how the novel coronavirus can potentially trigger strokes in otherwise healthy people.

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University Centers of Excellence Directory

posted on May 29, 2020

University Centers of Excellence Directory – Updated June 1, 2020 PDF | RTF

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UCSF Fresno Pediatric Services Directory

posted on January 1, 2020

UCSF Fresno Pediatric Services 2020 – PDF | RTF

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UCSF Fresno Pediatric Services Directory

The Connection – Winter 2020

posted on January 27, 2020

In the latest edition of The Connection, read about the new technology Amir Khan, MD, is using to help some complex aneurysm patients, how Dr. H. Terry Hutchison was recognized for his excellent patient care, and many more stories about health care in the Central Valley. The Connection, Winter 2020…

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CCFMG 2019 Annual Report

posted on October 15, 2019

CCFMG 2019 Annual Report PDF | RTF

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UCSF Fresno Research Brings Safer Advanced Hip Surgery Alternative to the Valley

posted on July 31, 2019

Robert Kollmorgen, DO, a UCSF Fresno orthopaedic surgeon, knew there had to be a safer and better alternative for arthroscopic surgery than placing a large post between a patient’s legs that places undue pressure on the groin. In traditional hip arthroscopy, the surgeon places the post to pull the hip…

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Physician Spotlight – R Loch Macdonald, MD, PhD, FRCSC, FACS, General & Vascular Neurosurgery

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When I was 9 or 10 somehow I knew I would be a brain surgeon. As a kid, my father was a psychology professor and he had all these books on the brain lying around the house. Also, I was always tinkering with radios and mechanical things, taking them apart, figuring out how they worked and basically doing microsurgery on them.

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Offering New Testing and Education For Better Diabetes Management

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Annette Simmons of Clovis had diabetes fatigue. She had pricked her fingers so many times to check her blood glucose that calluses had formed on her fingertips. So when UCSF Fresno’s Varsha Babu, MD, suggested Simmons try a continuous glucose monitor that would allow her to control her diabetes without painful fingersticks, Simmons quickly agreed.

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UCSF Fresno Toxicologists Provide Higher Level of Care

posted on July 30, 2019

Nicklaus Bradehoff, MD, Patil Armenian, MD, and Michael Darracq, MD Emergency responders were told the three young men had snorted cocaine, but Nicklaus Brandehoff, MD, a UCSF Fresno toxicologist, had doubts. The patients’ repeated pinpoint pupils and depressed breathing despite treatment made him suspect a synthetic opioid, like fentanyl. The…

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Clinical Trials Offer Potential Treatments for Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease

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University Gastroenterology & Hepatology Associates » Four clinical trials at the UCSF Fresno Liver Program could help people who have scarring of the liver that did not result from alcohol abuse. Scarring of the liver can be caused by several things, including chronic alcoholism, Hepatitis B or C, but for…

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