Dr. Ali Bydon Removes An Intramedullary Spinal Cord Tumor





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Published on Oct 20, 2009

Johns Hopkins spinal surgeon, Ali Bydon, M.D., narrates and performs the surgical removal of an intramedullary spinal cord tumor.

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Libby G
Wow.... I'm 13 and I want to be a surgeon. It's videos like these that inspire me. Thank you.
Ali Nazir
This Muslim brother is intelligent mashallah working as a surgeon
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Bobby Hoffman
I had this surgery done in January 2012. My doctor told me I would have some weakness after for 6-8 weeks. After 2 surgeries totaling 20 hours I woke up paralyzed Dr then told me I wouldn't walk again. I am now walking with a cane 
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Darlitha Edgar
I had a tumor growing inside my spine, it was difficult to walk. I the surgery about month's ago, thank God I feel better
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This is really cool! I love life.
My dinner is back on the table 
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chris mokelky
Good video and well explained by the doc
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Nnovata Karen
It looked quite big, how come something of that dimensions can fit inside the body? I mean, for example in skull the whole brain cavity is occupied by the brain, right?
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Thanks for sharing this video becuz tomorrow my mom getting a mass lump remove between her spine n neck and I been brousing around on video to educated myself 
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