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  • Muktamoni

    Doctors’ first priority not to amputate Muktamoni

    Doctors at Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH) will try to conduct the first surgery on 12-year-old girl Muktamoni, who has been suffering from an “unknown disease”, without amputating her right hand.

  • Conjoined Twins: Seperated, Tofa, Tahura doing well

    Tofa and Tahura, the 10-month-old conjoined twins from Gaibandha, are doing well after they were separated in a marathon surgery

  • Conjoined twins separated

    Country's surgeons were tested yesterday as the separated conjoined twins.

  • Prof Abdullah Abu Sayeed

    Prof Sayeed undergoes hip surgery

    Bishwo Shahitto Kendro Founder Prof Abdullah Abu Sayeed, who broke his hip bone after falling on a road on Saturday night, has gone through a major surgery on his hip at Labaid Specialized Hospital in Dhaka.

  • Fizz-ing at 90 per cent

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman bowled 10 overs yesterday with an intensity of up to 90 per cent and has also begun catching and throwing with his right hand.

  • 'Proud that he is a symbol of love'

    Every father loves to tell stories of their children and all are unique in their own way. Still, when Golam Mortaza told that story to The Daily Star's Bishwajit Roy it seemed like an out-of-this-world tale. It is because the man behind the story was none other than the larger-than-life figure of Bangladesh cricket, Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.

  • Fizz's return on track

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) will have a better idea regarding Mustafizur Rahman's recovery by the end of this week.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc

    30 stitches for Starc after training mishap

    Australia's leading fast bowler Mitchell Starc is in hospital following surgery on a leg wound which required 30 stitches.

  • Fizz's rehab continues

    Bangladesh pacer Mustafizur Rahman returned from his hometown last Wednesday and is currently working on the first phase

  • Mustafizur back in Dhaka

    Left-arm pacer Mustafizur Rahman arrives back in Bangladesh today morning following his Sussex stint and shoulder surgery at United Kingdom.

  • BCB in a quandary on Fizz’s shoulder surgery

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has not yet decided on the shoulder operation of pace bowling sensation Mustafizur Rahman.

  • Manchester option for Fizz

    At the moment, the Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has three options on the table as far as the venue of surgery on Mustafizur Rahman's left shoulder is concerned.

  • Ozil, Pogba fund surgeries of 22 needy children

    The Germany international has been involved in numerous philanthropic campaigns over the course of his career, the latest of which has included funding the surgery of 11 African children.

  • Operation with Bombay rare blood successful

    With the four pints of the rare blood sent from Mumbai of India, the life-saving surgery of a youth at Apollo Hospitals in Dhaka is declared successful.

  • Verratti's surgery successful

    Paris Saint-Germain's Italy international midfielder Marco Verratti undergoes surgery on a persistent groin injury, his club confirmed yesterday.

  • Danny Welbeck and Hector Bellerin

    Welbeck out for 9 months

    Arsenal striker Danny Welbeck will be out for around nine months after undergoing knee surgery, the club announce on Wednesday.

  • Ordeal of an AIDS patient

    Sultana (not the real name) was shocked when refused a surgery on an abscess at a public hospital in Dhaka sometime in 2013 because of being HIV positive.

  • First surgery successful

    What looked like a tree trunk a day before took the shape of a human hand yesterday after doctors of Dhaka Medical College Hospital successfully conducted the first surgery on “Tree Man” Abul Bajandar's right hand.

  • Stents and surgery equally durable, safe: Study

    Study finds doctors can choose a treatment option between stents and surgery to reduce stroke risk based on ease, comfort and best fit for a patient's individual medical condition.

  • First operation of 'Tree man' ‘successful’

    A Bangladeshi man, who is thought to be suffering from a rare skin disorder, undergoes his first surgery successfully at Dhaka Medical College and Hospital.

  • 8-day-old conjoined twins successfully separated

    Eight-day-old twin girls who were joined at the liver and chest are successfully separated by doctors in Switzerland.

  • One in three older women suffer from Osteoporosis

    Around the world, 1 in 3 women and 1 in 5 men are at risk of an osteoporosis fracture, says the International Osteoporosis Foundation (IOF).

  • World's first penis transplant patient fathers a child (video)

    A young South African man who had the world's first successful penis transplant last December has impregnates his girlfriend.

  • Foetus found in infant’s belly

    A team of five doctors operated on a seven-month-old girl and has recover a 700 gram male foetus from her belly.