Malcolm Hill, a University of Illinois basketball player, enjoys success after surgery by Dr. Robert Thompson to treat a blood clot in his arm.
MLB pitcher Chris Young resumes career after surgery
Chris Young pitched for the Kansas City Royals after neurogenic TOS surgery.
Benedictine University pitcher returns to mound after TOS surgery
Benedictine University pitcher Drake Curry said he felt like he was throwing 100 pounds. After thoracic outlet syndrome surgery, performed by vascular surgeon Robert Thompson, MD, Drake was back on the mound.
TOS surgery puts nurse anesthetist on the top of the world
Nurse anesthetist Gosia Borchardt climbed Mount Everest after thoracic outlet surgery by vascular surgeon Robert Thompson, MD.
Robert Thompson co-editor of a book on TOS
Robert Thompson, MD, director of the Washington University Center for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, is co-editor of “Thoracic Outlet Syndrome.”
Rib fractures linked to circulatory disorder often seen in athletes
Surgeons at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified tiny fractures and other rib abnormalities in patients treated for a circulatory condition called venous thoracic outlet syndrome.