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A surgical team at Naval Medical Center San Diego perform an ex utero intrapartum treatment (EXIT) procedure on a mother and her newborn son to correct an in-utero medical condition. The baby was born at 35 weeks four days. This was the first time the EXIT procedure was performed at Naval Medical Center San Diego.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Philip Wagner, Jr. (Released)  130227-N-TP834-271

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A surgical team at Naval Medical Center San Diego perform an ex utero intrapartum treatment (EXIT) procedure on a mother and her newborn son to correct an in-utero medical condition. The baby was born at 35 weeks four days. This was the first time the EXIT procedure was performed at Naval Medical Center San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Philip Wagner, Jr. (Released) 130227-N-TP834-271

A Naval Medical Center San Diego pediatrics
patient pets a three-banded armadillo named Armando Santiago during a visit from the San Diego Zoo in medical center's general inpatient pediatrics ward. Naval Medical Center San Diego hosts the San Diego Zoo throughout the year to help
with patient recovery and raise morale.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Pyoung K. Yi/ Released)  130130-N-VY375-025

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A Naval Medical Center San Diego pediatrics patient pets a three-banded armadillo named Armando Santiago during a visit from the San Diego Zoo in medical center's general inpatient pediatrics ward. Naval Medical Center San Diego hosts the San Diego Zoo throughout the year to help with patient recovery and raise morale. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Pyoung K. Yi/ Released) 130130-N-VY375-025

Marine Lance Cpl. Jeremiah F. Thien, left, assigned to the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West detachment at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD), admires three San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl championship rings from Riki Ellison, right, founder and chairman of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and a former 49ers starting middle linebacker, during Ellison's visit to the Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care (C5) facility at NMCSD. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Pyoung K. Yi (Released)  130129-N-VY375-044

SAN DIEGO (Jan. 29, 2013)3 of 4

Marine Lance Cpl. Jeremiah F. Thien, left, assigned to the Wounded Warrior Battalion-West detachment at Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD), admires three San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl championship rings from Riki Ellison, right, founder and chairman of the Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance and a former 49ers starting middle linebacker, during Ellison's visit to the Comprehensive Combat and Complex Casualty Care (C5) facility at NMCSD. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist Seaman Pyoung K. Yi (Released) 130129-N-VY375-044

Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) staff members escort a ceremonial cake during NMCSD's 25th anniversary celebration. Originally established as a tent dispensary in 1914 caring for Marines who had served in the Mexican Civil War to its current status as the largest military treatment facility in the Western Pacific. Today, NMCSD's mission is to prepare to deploy in support of operational forces; deliver quality health services; and shape the future of military medicine through education, training and research with a staff of more than 6,700 military and civilian professionals providing health care for a population of more than 92,000 active duty, family members and retired military personnel. It is a 277-bed multispecialty hospital and ambulatory care complex with 13 Branch Health Clinics and 10 Dental Clinics around San Diego.  U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Philip Wagner Jr. (Released)  130123-N-TP834-061

SAN DIEGO (Jan. 23, 2013)4 of 4

Naval Medical Center San Diego (NMCSD) staff members escort a ceremonial cake during NMCSD's 25th anniversary celebration. Originally established as a tent dispensary in 1914 caring for Marines who had served in the Mexican Civil War to its current status as the largest military treatment facility in the Western Pacific. Today, NMCSD's mission is to prepare to deploy in support of operational forces; deliver quality health services; and shape the future of military medicine through education, training and research with a staff of more than 6,700 military and civilian professionals providing health care for a population of more than 92,000 active duty, family members and retired military personnel. It is a 277-bed multispecialty hospital and ambulatory care complex with 13 Branch Health Clinics and 10 Dental Clinics around San Diego. U.S. Navy photo by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class John Philip Wagner Jr. (Released) 130123-N-TP834-061

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