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COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHATV
July 12, 2005
Mother cries as she holds her daughter a patient evacuated from fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Mother cries as she holds her daughter a patient evacuated from fire at Calderon Guardia ...
Mother cries as she holds her daughter a patient evacuated from fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose. A mother cries as she holds her daughter, a patient evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose, July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHATH
July 12, 2005
Costa Rican fire fighters work at the gutted Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Costa Rican fire fighters work at the gutted Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
Costa Rican fire fighters work at the gutted Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHARM
July 12, 2005
A patients is evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A patients is evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
A patients is evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Ronald Mora JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAQX
July 12, 2005
A patient is evacuated by family members from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A patient is evacuated by family members from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
A patient is evacuated by family members from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAOX
July 12, 2005
A patient waits outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at Calderon...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Patient waits outside hosptial after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire in San Jose.
A patient waits outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTA RICA HOSPITAL FIRE
RTRHAIT
July 12, 2005
A mother cries as she holds her daughter, a patient evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A mother cries as she holds her daughter, a patient evacuated from a fire, San Jose.
A mother cries as she holds her daughter, a patient evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose, July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/JV
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAFR
July 12, 2005
A Costa Rican patient (on wheelchair) is evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A Costa Rican patient is evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
A Costa Rican patient (on wheelchair) is evacuated from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose, July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAFC
July 12, 2005
A Red Cross worker evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A Red Cross worker evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
A Red Cross worker evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAF5
July 12, 2005
A Costa Rican nurse evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12,...
San Jose, Costa Rica
A Costa Rican nurse evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose.
A Costa Rican nurse evacuates a patient from a fire at Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's main hospitals on Tuesday, a Red Cross official said. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JC/AH
COSTARICA FIRE
RTRHAET
July 12, 2005
Patients wait outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon...
San Jose, Costa Rica
Patients wait outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the ...
Patients wait outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose. Patients wait outside the hospital after being evacuated by hospital staff from a fire at the Calderon Guardia hospital in San Jose, July 12, 2005. Seventeen people, mostly patients, were killed by a fire that broke out at the neurosurgery and intensive care floors of one of Costa Rica's
SPORT NHL
RTRV1YI
May 20, 2005
Luann Snyder (R), mother of Atlanta Thrashers hockey player Dan Snyder, who was killed in 2003 following...
Atlanta, USA
Luann Snyder mother of Dan Snyder hugs Karin Heatley during dedication of Neurotrama fund in Atlanta....
Luann Snyder (R), mother of Atlanta Thrashers hockey player Dan Snyder, who was killed in 2003 following a single car accident, hugs Karin Heatley, mother of Dany Heatley, who was driving the car the night of the accident during a dedication of the Dan Snyder Neurotrama Fund at Emory University in Atlanta, May 20, 2005. Dany Heatley survived the crash and was sentenced to three years' probation after he pleaded guilty to several misdemeanor charges stemming from the accident that took the life of teammate Snyder. The fund, which will be used for research and education in the Department of Neurosurgery at Emory, is made up of memorial gifts, personal contributions from both families and an annual team pledge from the Atlanta Thrashers. REUTERS/Tami Chappell TLC/SV
HEALTH TWINS
RTRAZNN
September 16, 2004
Dr Rafael Tamargo, Pediatric and cerebrovascular neurosurgeon, Johns Hopkins Childrens' Center, answers...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Dr Rafael Tamargo of Johns Hopkins Children Center attends press conference on conjoined German twins....
Dr Rafael Tamargo, Pediatric and cerebrovascular neurosurgeon, Johns Hopkins Childrens' Center, answers questions at a press conference at the hospital in Baltimore, Maryland September 16, 2004, concerning the separation surgery on conjoined German twins Tabea and Lea Block. The separation on the 13-month old twins was completed, but later in the morning Tabea died due to major complications associated with the surgery. Dr. Benjamin Carson, Director of pediatric neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Childrens' Center, and Professor of pediatrics, surgery, and oncology, Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, is seated at right. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG
HEALTH TWINS
RTRAZNB
September 16, 2004
Dr. Richard Clatterbuck, M.D., Ph.D, Director of cerebrovascular research, Johns Hopkins Medicine, (L,...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Johns Hopkins medical team that performed surgery on conjoined German twins at press conference.
Dr. Richard Clatterbuck, M.D., Ph.D, Director of cerebrovascular research, Johns Hopkins Medicine, (L, foreground) answers a question at a press conference at the hospital in Baltimore, Maryland September 16, 2004, along side the medical team that performed separation surgery on conjoined German twins Tabea and Lea Block. The separation of the 13-month old twins was completed, but later in the morning Tabea died of major complications associated with the surgery. Lea remains stable, and is recovering in the Children's Center's pediatric intensive care unit. Seated at the table, L-R, is Dr. Benjamin Carson, Director of pediatric neurosurgery, Richard Redett, pediatric plastic and reconstructive surgeon, and Debrorah Ann Schwengel, pediatric anesthesiologist. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG
HEALTH TWINS
RTRAZKH
September 16, 2004
Dr. Benjamin Carson, director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, gestures...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins Children Center at press conference.
Dr. Benjamin Carson, director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, gestures as he answers a question at a press conference at the hospital September 16, 2004, about the separation surgery performed on German conjoined twins Lea and Tabea Block. One of the twins, Tabea died of major complications associated with the separation surgery. At left is a computer graphic of the twins skulls. REUTERS/Joe Giza JG
HEALTH TWINS
RTRAZK7
September 16, 2004
Dr. Benjamin Carson, director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, holds up...
Baltimore, UNITED STATES
Dr. Ben Carson of Johns Hopkins Children Center holds up model of twins skull.
Dr. Benjamin Carson, director of pediatric neurosurgery at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, holds up a plastic model of the skulls of German conjoined twins Lea and Tabea Block at a press conference at the hospital September 16, 2004. One of the twins, Tabea, died of major complications associated with the separation surgery. REUTERS/Joe Giza ' JG
RODNEY DANGERFIELD
RTRN3X3
May 07, 2003
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield (L) poses for photographers with his wife
Joan (C) and his doctor, Dr. Neil...
Los Angeles, United States of America
RODNEY DANGERFIELD POSES AT BRAIN BYPASS PRESS CONFERENCE.
Comedian Rodney Dangerfield (L) poses for photographers with his wife
Joan (C) and his doctor, Dr. Neil Martin, professor and chief of the
Division of Neurosurgery at the UCLA medical school (R) at a press
conference at the UCLA Medical Plaza In Los Angeles, May 7, 2003.
Dangerfield, with his doctors, discussed his condition following his
April 9 brain surgery. The "brain bypass" was performed to improve
brain blood flow in an effort to decrease sugical risks during
Dangerfield's upcoming aortic heart valve replacement surgery.
REUTERS/Brad Rickerby

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BRITAIN
RTXKQB6
September 05, 2001
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 2001....
London, UK
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 200.....
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 2001. The robot, which is hoped to be used on patients soon, will allow neurosugeons to operate on areas of the brain that were considered too risky to attempt by means of conventional neurosurgery.
BRITAIN
RTXKQB5
September 05, 2001
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 2001....
London, UK
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 200.....
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a dummy patient September 5, 2001. The robot, which is hoped to be used on patients soon, will allow neurosugeons to operate on areas of the brain that were considered too risky to attempt by means of conventional neurosurgery.
BRITAIN
RTRM9UM
September 05, 2001
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a
dummy patient September 5, 2001....
London, UK
THE PATHFINDER SURGICAL ROBOT IS DEMONSTRATED FOR THE FIRST TIME.
The Pathfinder surgical robot is demonstrated for the first time on a
dummy patient September 5, 2001. The robot, which is hoped to be used
on patients soon, will allow neurosugeons to operate on areas of the
brain that were considered too risky to attempt by means of
converntional neurosurgery. REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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BRITAIN
RTRM9U6
September 05, 2001
Patrick Finlay, managing director of Armstrong Healthcare Ltd, speaks
to reporters at the launch of...
London, UK
THE PATHFINDER SURGICAL ROBOT IS DEMONSTRATED FOR THE FIRST TIME.
Patrick Finlay, managing director of Armstrong Healthcare Ltd, speaks
to reporters at the launch of their Pathfinder surgical robot September
5, 2001. The robot, which is hoped to be used on patients soon, will
allow neurosugeons to operate on areas of the brain that were
considered too risky to attempt by means of converntional neurosurgery.
REUTERS/Ian Waldie

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MIDEAST
RTXK4NH
November 15, 2000
Norwegian consultant neuro surgeon Ostein Nygaard from the University of Trondheim (R) talks with the...
Gaza City, GAZA STRIP
Norwegian consultant neuro surgeon Ostein Nygaard from the University of Trondheim (R) talks with th.....
Norwegian consultant neuro surgeon Ostein Nygaard from the University of Trondheim (R) talks with the head of Gaza's main hospital neurosurgery unit Basel Becker during the brain operation on 11-year-old Palestinian boy Jehid Abu Shehmah November 15, 2000. Nygaard works with other Norwegian doctors as consultants to Palestinian brain surgeons and assists during operations in the hospital and in a field hospital. Jehid was shot through the head with a high velocity bullet by Israeli snipers which caused a " brain contusion." Doctors said there was no more hope for Jehid and would die in the next 24 hours. Palestinian hospital officials said some 7,000 Palestinians have been wounded in the violence, more than 40 percent of them under the age of 18 and at least 222 people, again most of them Palestinians, have been killed in the unrest.
MIDDLE EAST CLASHES
RTRATZ7
November 15, 2000
Norwegian consultant neuro surgeon Ostein Nygaard from the University of Trondheim (R) talks with the...
Gaza Strip
NORWEGIAN NEURO SURGEON CONSULTANT OSTEIN NYGAARD PERFORMS A BRAIN OPERATION ON A PALESTINIAN BOY.
Norwegian consultant neuro surgeon Ostein Nygaard from the University of Trondheim (R) talks with the head of Gaza's main hospital neurosurgery unit Basel Becker during the brain operation on 11-year-old Palestinian boy Jehid Abu Shehmah November 15, 2000. Nygaard works with other Norwegian doctors as consultants to Palestinian brain surgeons and assists during operations in the hospital and in a field hospital. Jehid was shot through the head with a high velocity bullet by Israeli snipers which caused a " brain contusion." Doctors said there was no more hope for Jehid and would die in the next 24 hours. Palestinian hospital officials said some 7,000 Palestinians have been wounded in the violence, more than 40 percent of them under the age of 18 and at least 222 people, again most of them Palestinians, have been killed in the unrest.

JFL
RTR7H0Y
October 07, 1997
Prosecution witness Dr. Joseph Madsen, an expert in pediatric neurosurgery, holds a plastic model of...
UNITED STATES
EXPERT HOLDS PLASTIC BRAIN IN WOODWARD NANNY TRIAL
Prosecution witness Dr. Joseph Madsen, an expert in pediatric neurosurgery, holds a plastic model of a human brain as he testifies in the murder trial of British nanny Louise Woodward in a Cambridge, Massachusetts, courtroom, on October 7. Testimony in Woodward's murder trial in the death of nine-month-old American baby Matthew Eappen began with several prosecution witnesses.

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ROYALS
RTXGWWW
March 06, 1996
Diana, Princess of Wales smiles as she arrives at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery...
Diana, Princess of Wales smiles as she arrives at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurg.....
Diana, Princess of Wales smiles as she arrives at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in central London March 6. This is the first official engagement the princess has attended since she agreed in principal to divorce Prince-Charles
ROYALS
RTXH1B7
January 10, 1996
King Hussein of Jordan talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare who was wounded during duty with...
King Hussein of Jordan talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare who was wounded during duty wit.....
King Hussein of Jordan talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare who was wounded during duty with UN forces in Bosnia and is now undergoing special treatment in the neurosurgery department at the Ichilov hospital, January 10. King Hussein makes his first official visit to Tel Aviv where he dedicated a wing of the hospital in the name late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin
ROYALS
RTXH1AY
January 10, 1996
King Hussein of Jordan (L) talks to Jordanian Air Force Captain Muhammad Atout (C) a Cobra helicopter...
King Hussein of Jordan (L) talks to Jordanian Air Force Captain Muhammad Atout (C) a Cobra helicopte.....
King Hussein of Jordan (L) talks to Jordanian Air Force Captain Muhammad Atout (C) a Cobra helicopter pilot who was wounded in a helicopter crash and is now undergoing special treatment in the neurosurgery department at the Ichilov hospital, January 10. King Hussein makes his first official visit to Tel Aviv where he dedicated a wing of the hospital in the name late Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin. Israeli Air Force Commander General Herzl Bodinger (R) listens to King Hussein
ROYALS
RTXH1AX
January 10, 1996
King Hussein of Jordan (C) talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare (L) while Israeli Prime Minister...
King Hussein of Jordan (C) talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare (L) while Israeli Prime Min.....
King Hussein of Jordan (C) talks to Jordanian army Sergent Nabil Alomare (L) while Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres (R) looks on, January 10. Sgt Alomare was wounded during duty with UN forces in Bosnia and is now undergoing special treatment in the neurosurgery department at the Ichilov hospital
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