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Heidi was invited to be a lecturer for the first annual Macrom Ayoub Day of Surgery in Macon, GA.
Here are some images of our kids doing various activities in the first part of the year.
After a recent trip to Kenya for an education conference with the kids, William took them on an epic hike up a dormant volcano north of Nairobi. Longonot last erupted in the 1863 but still has enough geothermal activity deep below it that Kenya taps into it for energy. The first two miles of the […]
Understanding trajectories can help Heidi find trauma during exploratory surgery.
Heidi discusses different heterotopic and ectopic pregnancies
Heidi bursts a catheter balloon stuck inside a young patients with the use of bedside ultrasound.
Three siblings come to Heidi with mysterious indentations on their left arms.
All throughout the year we run across funny sights in Ghana. Here are a few of our favorites from this past year.
Heidi amputates a finger with a curious condition caused by ‘river blindness’ many years ago.