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Enhanced Endovascular Surgeries


The introduction of a new minimally invasive technique called an endovascular aortic repair (EVAR), along with a clinical rotation schedule allows for complex surgery to be undertaken at JHAH.

Dr. James Hamilton Black, III, M.D. and Chief of the Vascular Surgery and Endovascular Therapy Division and Associate Professor of Surgery at Johns Hopkins Medicine, has completed multiple clinical rotationsat Johns Hopkins Aramco Healthcare (JHAH). As part of Partnership Contribution Agreement with JHM, Dr. Black is working with JHAH physicians Wadie Bin Seddiq, Head of Vascular Surgery Services, and his partner, Dr. Ghaith Khougeer, to provide more patients with the option of open vascular surgery and to add to the types of endovascular interventions that are offered at JHAH.

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