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John Carrino, MD, is the chief of musculoskeletal radiology at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore. He is also an associate professor of radiology and orthopedic surgery.
Published in Spine Leaders
Surgeons from Curtis National Hand Center at MedStar Union Hospital in Baltimore recently performed a double arm transplant for Iraq war veteran Brendan Marrocco.
Johns Hopkins researchers published an article, which said medical professionals need to rethink opioid prescribing to protect patients and overall public health, according to Health Canal.
Published in Pain Management
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University examined curriculum of North American medical schools and found pain education is "limited, variable and often fragmentary," according to findings published in The Journal of Pain.
Published in Pain Management
New research from Johns Hopkins University found routine MRI imaging does not improve treatment and does not play a role in a physician's decision to give epidural steroid injections, the most common procedure performed at pain clinics in the U.S., according to a university news release.
Published in Pain Management