Heidi was invited to be a lecturer for the first annual Macrom Ayoub Day of Surgery in Macon, GA.
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.
Heidi amputates a finger with a curious condition caused by ‘river blindness’ many years ago.
Heidi repairs nine tendons in a man’s wrist to preserve the movement of his digits.
Heidi and our friend Dr. Nastia Furtak attended the medical missions conference hosted by the IMB in Virginia. Heidi was a speaker at the event.
Malrotation or volvulus begins in the womb when intestines are not correctly positioned within the abdomen and bands of scar tissue are formed that can cause issues later in life.