Surgical Friends’ Dr. Kami Parsa Sep16th 2010 He may work in an upscale office on Roxbury Drive, but he gives his heart and soul to those who are in need, while he gets his well-manicured hands dirty from the trenches. Read more.
Oculoplastic aces: go-to oculoplastic procedures July 2010 All too often oculoplastic surgeons are called upon to right clinical abnormalities ranging from simple chalazians to droopy eyelids to orbital fractures... Read more.
Oculoplastic Surgery - World View July 2010 This month’s issue of EyeWorld features oculoplastic surgery, an ever-advancing field encompassing a multitude of patient diagnoses and treatment options. Read more.
Surgical Friends Goes to Haiti June 2010 Because of the devastating earthquake that occurred in Haiti, thousands of people have lost their lives. The country is in desperate need of continuous help... Read more.
TV doctor helps heal the world MAY 2010 As one of the Co-Stars of the Emmy nominated syndicated series... Read more.
TV doctor helps heal the world FEBRUARY 2010 The newer fillers can be readily integrated into cosmetic offerings... Read more.
This is a stick up FRIDAY, 15 JANUARY 2010 15:01 PETER OLSZEWSKI Last Friday night the Angkor Hospital for Children launched a two-month exhibition at the Angkor Palace Resort and Spa... Read more.
Dr. Kami Parsa recent interview with Sky Radio
THURSDAY, 14 JANUARY 2010 Listen to Dr. Kami Parsa latest interview with Sky Radio
Ocular trauma & Oculoplastics Update on oculoplastic surgery NOVEMBER 2009 Minimally invasive procedures, a greater understanding of etiology, comanagement, and formal recognition are but some of the advances in this subspecialty... Read more.
Roxbury Surgical Association Fall Celebration Life Magazine (Press Release) BEVERLY HILLS, CA - OCTOBER 24: (L to R) Dr. Travis Stork, Dr. Kami Parsa, Dr. Jay Calvert, Dr. Lisa Masterson, Dr. Andrew Ordon, Dr. Kevin Brenner, Dr. Ritu Chopra attend the Roxbury Surgical Association... Read more.
Roxbury Surgical Associates launch the Surgical Friends Foundation. Evolution Los Angeles (Press Release) - November 13, 2009, (Beverly Hills, CA) – The renowned plastic surgery experts DRS. KAMI PARSA, JAY CALVERT and ANDREW P. ORDON of “The Doctors” television show celebrated... Read more.
Surgical Friends Foundation Launches with Two Extreme Cases - First Set for July 15th Trio of Beverly Hills Plastic Surgeons Collaborate to Find and Deliver Medical Care to people in Need in US and Around the Globe PRLog (Press Release) – Jun 27, 2009 – (BEVERLY HILLS, CALIF) DRS. KAMI PARSA, JAY CALVERT, and ANDREW P. ORDON... Read more.
Marlie Casseus First Words after 16pds tumor removed: 'Thank You' & Going back Haiti
Haitian Teen's Marlie Casseus First Words after successful surgeries to removed 16pds tumor: 'Thank You' and she's going back home (Haiti) for the holiday. Read more.
Haitian teen looks forward to life without massive facial growth MIAMI: The 3-year-old girl in the photograph wore a white dress and cap. She had her mother's nose, big brown eyes and two baby teeth peeking through her wide smile. Read more.
For girl, shopping is a new pleasure
The growth that once wrecked her face is gone, Now she is talking, dancing, and spending. Read more.
Haitian teen shows off a face in the remaking After several surgeries that removed a massive growth and have begun repairing the damage, Marlie Casseus finally can smile. MIAMI - A Haitian teen who once hid her grossly distorted face, even from her doctor, was not afraid to dance Thursday... Read more.
It Takes a Team An account of an exceptionally complex multidisciplinary facial reconstructive surgery Rather than use a rectus free flap to obliterate dead space and isolate the nasopharynx from the intracranial cavity, a Beverly Hills, Calif, facial plastic and reconstructive surgeon... Read more.
Haitian Girl Has Second Surgery
Operation Scheduled To Last 10 Hours MIAMI — A second surgery is set today for the 14-year-old Haitian girl, who came to Miami to have a 16-pound tumor-like growth removed from her face... Read more.
Doctors Complete Removing 16-Pound Growth From Girl's Face
Teen Suffers From Rare Genetic Disorder MIAMI — A 14-year-old Haitian girl is in critical yet stable condition after Miami doctors completed surgery to remove a 16-pound tumor-like mass from her face... Read more.
Doctors Begin Removing 16-Pound Growth From Teen's Face
14-Year-Old Will Undergo 14-Hour Surgery MIAMI — A 14-year-old Haitian girl was undergoing a groundbreaking operation Wednesday at Holtz Children's Hospital to remove a 16-pound growth from her face... Read more.
Girl With Huge Facial Growth Undergoing Surgery
Thousands Donated Money To Fund $95,000 Surgery MIAMI — A team of four surgeons is performing a delicate and difficult operation to remove a huge growth from a Haitian girl's face.Thousands of people from across the globe... Read more.
Girl Doing Fine After Doctors Remove 16-Pound Mass
MIAMI — A 14-year-old girl gave a thumbs up to doctors Friday morning, a day after they finished removing much of a 16-pound tumor-like mass that had engulfed her face. Doctors at Jackson Memorial Hospital in Miami said the 17-hour procedure was a success... Read more.
Girl Recovers After 2nd Surgery To Remove Facial Growth
MIAMI — A Haitian teen will be able to smile and speak for the first time in years now that she is finally free of a massive tumor-like growth that had engulfed her face, doctors said Friday... Read more.
Haitian girl healing "according to plan" after facial surgery
MIAMI — The plan had been to remove only part of the huge growth distending Marlie Casseus' upper face and leave the rest for future surgeries, but the operation went so well that doctors just kept going... Read more.
Surgery Begins For Haitian Girl With Huge Growth On Face
MIAMI -- Doctors in Miami are preparing to remove a 16-pound growth that has engulfed the face of a Haitian girl.Marlie Casseus suffers from a genetic condition that causes deformity in bones...Read more.
HAITIAN GIRL WITH 16-POUND TUMOR-LIKE GROWTH ON FACE TO UNDERGO SURGERY
MIAMI (Dec. 13, 2005)– Raising $95,000 for a complex operation seemed an insurmountable task for the family of a 14-year-old girl from poverty stricken Haiti... Read more.
Girl Scheduled For 2nd Surgery After Facial Growth Removed
16-Pound Growth Removed From 14-Year-Old's Face
MIAMI -- A 14-year-old girl who underwent surgery to remove a mass from her face is scheduled for a second surgery later this month. Marlie Casseus, 14, of Haiti,... Read more.
Surgery Begins For Haitian Girl With Huge Growth On Face
MIAMI -- Doctors in Miami are preparing to remove a 16-pound growth that has engulfed the face of a Haitian girl.Marlie Casseus suffers from a genetic condition that causes deformity in bones. If the growth on her face isn't removed, doctors say the 14-year-old will soon become blind... Read more.
Doctors To Discuss Haitian Girl's Operation
Girl Remains In Critical, Stable Condition MIAMI -- A press conference will be held today in Miami to discuss the operation performed on a 14-year-old Haitian girl to remove a 16-pound tumor-like mass from her face... Read more.