Brain bypass helps North Dakota teen injured by shotgun blast

  • Article by: Jeremy Olson , Star Tribune
  • Updated: December 9, 2013 - 7:38 PM

St. Paul surgeon applied a common procedure to an uncommon wound from a hunting accident.

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optionDec. 9, 13 8:06 PM

Thank goodness for the skilled hands of Dr. Nussbaum. May young Mr. Macdonald continue on his road to recovery and enjoy a Holiday Season filled with love and gratitude. Miracles like this are humbling and inspiring.

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tflinnDec. 9, 13 8:59 PM

So how does a kid get shot in the eye while hunting ? Seems there might be an education issue in terms of where people are located, and establishing what is and isn't prey.

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davemn55Dec. 9, 13 9:45 PM

tflinn, he wasn't prey. It was an errant shot in his direction. I bird got up between them. Some people are trigger happy. Accidents happen.

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bzladyDec. 9, 1310:18 PM

Thanks to the skilled surgeons!

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hahatsktskDec. 10, 13 8:06 AM

Dr. Nussbaum is amazing. He saved my daughters life in 2006 when she had an aneurysm. May God continue to bless his skilled hands.

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