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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2008
About 10 percent of Americans may at some point develop kidney stones, says Brian R. Matlaga, director of stone disease at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Kidney stones, which are hard masses of crystals that form within the urinary tract, can cause extreme pain as they pass out of the body, infection and, in some cases, can block the ureter. What are kidney stones? Everyone's urine contains some crystals, but a stone occurs when these crystals bind together and aggregate until they achieve a size at which [the mass formed]
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 7, 2011
Dr. Chi-Tsung Su, a plastic surgeon and teacher who helped establish the prominence of the burn center at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, died of cancer Dec. 27 at his Towson home. He was 74. Born in Taiwan, he earned a medical degree at the National Taiwan University. He moved to Baltimore in 1964 and became a Union Memorial Hospital surgical intern and its chief resident. Among his teachers was Dr. Bowdoin Davis, a plastic surgeon whose father, Dr. John Staige Davis, wrote a 1919 plastic surgery textbook, the first U.S. text in the field.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | January 7, 2011
Dr. Chi-Tsung Su, a plastic surgeon and teacher who helped establish the prominence of the burn center at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center, died of cancer Dec. 27 at his Towson home. He was 74. Born in Taiwan, he earned a medical degree at the National Taiwan University. He moved to Baltimore in 1964 and became a Union Memorial Hospital surgical intern and its chief resident. Among his teachers was Dr. Bowdoin Davis, a plastic surgeon whose father, Dr. John Staige Davis, wrote a 1919 plastic surgery textbook, the first U.S. text in the field.
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By Holly Selby and Holly Selby,Special to The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2008
About 10 percent of Americans may at some point develop kidney stones, says Brian R. Matlaga, director of stone disease at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. Kidney stones, which are hard masses of crystals that form within the urinary tract, can cause extreme pain as they pass out of the body, infection and, in some cases, can block the ureter. What are kidney stones? Everyone's urine contains some crystals, but a stone occurs when these crystals bind together and aggregate until they achieve a size at which [the mass formed]
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | November 16, 2007
Mark B. Hopkins, an information systems executive who had been a Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center vice president, died of cancer Tuesday at Sinai Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 47. "He knew how a hospital worked. He was smart and had a lot of common sense," said Gregory Schaffer, president of Hopkins Bayview. "He was an asset to the hospital and was instrumental in building our clinical information system." Born in Baltimore and raised in Dallas, Texas, he returned to the Baltimore area and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in information systems management at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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December 11, 2007
THE COUNT Homicides since Jan. 1: 270 THE VICTIM A man was shot multiple times about 7 p.m. yesterday in the 6100 block of Boston St. and died about an hour later at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. LAST YEAR: Baltimore had recorded 253 homicides as of Dec. 10, 2006. ONLINE: Details and locations of this year's city homicides are at baltimoresun.com/homicidemap
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April 3, 2010
One man was taken to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center after being shot in Dundalk about 1:30 p.m. Friday. Police said the victim and the shooter were walking in the 800 block of Old North Point Road, near Poplar Road in Dundalk when the gunman began to fire. The victim's condition is unknown. No additional details were available. - Jessica Anderson
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September 10, 2006
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 21, 2003
A Glen Burnie man was seriously injured yesterday after a fire broke out in a locked bedroom early yesterday, Anne Arundel County fire officials said. Byung Joung Lee had burns over 80 percent of his body but escaped the house in the 7800 block of Ritchie Highway with his father's help, said Lt. George Wiseman, a Fire Department spokesman. He was in critical condition yesterday at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 15, 1999
A 55-year-old Edgewood man was in stable condition last night at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center after he was shot by an unknown gunman when he answered a knock at his door yesterday, state police said.Leroy M. Love of the 600 block of Lake Ave. was shot in the stomach about 2: 35 a.m., police said. The gunman drove off in a dark green 1997 Chevrolet Cavalier with Maryland tags GSK 110, and police were searching for the vehicle.Love was taken first to Fallston General Hospital, where his condition was stabilized before he was transferred to Bayview, police said.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | November 16, 2007
Mark B. Hopkins, an information systems executive who had been a Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center vice president, died of cancer Tuesday at Sinai Hospital. The Mount Washington resident was 47. "He knew how a hospital worked. He was smart and had a lot of common sense," said Gregory Schaffer, president of Hopkins Bayview. "He was an asset to the hospital and was instrumental in building our clinical information system." Born in Baltimore and raised in Dallas, Texas, he returned to the Baltimore area and earned a Bachelor of Science degree in information systems management at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
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By DAVID P. GREISMAN and DAVID P. GREISMAN,SUN REPORTER | July 26, 2006
Two men were injured last night in an explosion at a Carroll County manufacturing facility at 711 Corporate Center Court in Westminster, fire officials said. Authorities are investigating the possibility that the explosion at Carleton Pressure Technology Division originated from a piece of machinery, said Westminster Fire Chief Jeff Alexander. One employee was flown to Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center with burns to his upper torso, arms and head, Alexander said. The second employee had minor injuries and was taken to Carroll Hospital Center for evaluation, Alexander said.
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