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Ramesh Grandhi, MD, Featured on KSAT 12

“Her chance of living was slim, but when a healthy 34-year-old had a massive stroke on Christmas Eve, strangers came to her rescue. Now, the woman and her doctor both call her full recovery a Christmas miracle.” Watch this amazing news story featuring Ramesh Grandhi, MD.

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Rocky Buchanan’s Story

Earlier this year, Rocky Buchanan was in an 18-wheeler accident that left him with an unstable upper cervical spine fracture and spinal cord injury. He was airlifted to UHS and taken to the Neuro ICU, where our neurocritical care team helped stabilize him. Rocky’s lung function was extremely tenuous, which complicated his case, but Derrick […]

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Doctor Is In: John R. Floyd II, MD

John R. Floyd II, MD, Was featured on the “Doctor Is In” segment on SA Live. Watch the story about this one local UT Health San Antonio doctor who was inspired to go into Neurosurgery because of a very scary scuba diving accident.

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Frank Ibarra’s Story

After falling in the shower, Frank Ibarra was taken to the emergency room. A CT scan indicated that he had a subdural hematoma (a collection of blood outside his brain) and needed to be moved to UHS. Frank’s case was tricky because his heart condition precluded him from being sedated. Thankfully, Dr. Ramesh Grandhi was […]

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Michael’s Story

After he suffered a severe brain injury in October, 18-year-old Michael Shugart was admitted to University Hospital. John Floyd, MD, and Ramesh Grandhi, MD operated on him while Ali Seifi, MD, FACP, oversaw his care during his time in the Neuro ICU. Michael came by today to thank us for the excellent care he received […]

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Wilfred’s Story

Last October, Wilfred Staunch, suffered a stroke in his home that left him incapacitated. His family started to worry when he stopped answering their calls; they called the police to check on him. When the officers arrived, they found him unconscious and immediately took him to University Hospital where he was seen by Ramesh Grandhi, […]

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Dr. Seifi Wins “Best Teacher Award”

We extend a hearty congratulations to Dr. Ali Seifi, MD, FACP for winning the UT Health Science Center San Antonio 2014-2015 “Best Teacher Award,” as voted by the medical student body.5

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Passport Day 2015

rancisco González-Scarano, MD, Dean, UT School of Medicine, Vice President for Medical Affairs and Professor Ali Seifi, MD, FACP listen as medical student Katrin Eurich explains her poster.

The Department of Neurosurgery is proud of all our representatives who participated in Passport Day 2015. This annual event provides medical students, residents, and fellows with the opportunity to present posters covering topics related to research, quality improvement, and patient safety. Professor Ali Seifi, MD, FACP mentored our participants and was very pleased with this year’s […]

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Jeff’s Journey: A Patient’s Recovery and Outreach

Jeff Damon was painting his living room when it happened. While perched high atop a six foot ladder, he lost his balance and fell. “I hit my head on the floor and fractured my skull, creating two bleeds on my brain, front and back. Additionally, I broke my back, tore my spleen and popped my […]

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Jay’s Remarkable Recovery

James “Jay” Ellis was admitted August 18, 2013 after a motorcycle collision.  He was wearing a helmet and in full gear when his bike skidded on some gravel and he was thrown off. Unfortunately, his legs were injured when they struck a street sign. He arrived at University Hospital in critical condition with multiple long […]

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