13-year-old girl has a 5 cm leg length discrepancy due to fall from the sixth floor.
31-year-old Mr. ZHAO, has nearsightedness (myopia) since he was a student, and his myopia level has been measured at -6.00 diopters in both eyes since he became an adult. However, during the past six months, he felt a progressive decrease in vision in his left eye and increased fatigue in both eyes. "Since last month, I started to have trouble seeing at night when driving, and even on sunny days outdoors, my vision is blurred." Because of his heavy work load, Mr. ZHAO naturally thought it was just deterioration of myopia and intended to visit the eye clinic afterwards.
The Neurology ward V of SAHZU is an inpatient ward entirely for patients with rare diseases, the only one in China. These stories are about the patients there.
Heart failure (HF) is a heart condition with close-to-cancer five-year survival rate that, however, tend to be neglected in our life. More than 10 million Chinese people are diagnosed with HF, patients aged 70 and above accounting for over 10%.
Zhou Bin had a new pair of life-saving lungs and a new liver at SAHZU on Feb. 27, 2021. The combined surgery marked a milestone for the SAHZU transplant program, also the first of its kind ever performed in the whole country.