The Northborough-Southborough Villager
Friday, February 2, 2001

84 Year-Old Woman Has Life-Saving Surgery Technology used at the MetroWest Medical Center's Leonard Morse Hospital in Natick has put an 84-year old Southborough woman in the spotlight for having undergone the first alternative surgery for abdominal aortic aneurysm in 40 years. Becoming a medical pioneer was something Ella Malcolm says she "never" could have imagined... Arnold Miller, M.D., Chief of Surgery at Leonard Morse Hospital.full story

MetroWest Daily News
Tuesday February 3, 2004

Boyhood Friends In South Africa Collaborate on Vascular Surgery at MetroWest Medical Center When Arnold Miller bumped into Barry Sacks on Harvard Street in Brookline, it was a chance meeting of two former schoolmates from South Africa. Today, the results of that coincidence are on display every time Miller and Sacks collaborate on a joint procedure to rid patients of a life-threatening aneurysm at the MetroWest Mecial Center.
Arnold Miller, M.D.
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Inner Circle - Fall 2000
Metrowest Medical Center's Employee Newsletter

MetroWest Tutors Surgeons on Suturless Vessel Closure Earlier this fall, surgeons across the United States came to MetroWest Medical Center to participate in a tutorial of new sutureless closure technology, featuring surgeons Arnold Miller, M.D., of MetroWest and Wolff Kirsch M.D., of Loma Linda University Medical Center in California. This new technology, called VCS Clip Applier, was designed to allow surgeons to join vascular structures without penetrating the lumen (the space within an artery or vein) as sutures do.
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