Asada Ryuutarou is a brilliant surgeon who, after being framed for a misdiagnosis, went into exile. Soon after, he was sought out by Katou Akira, a female doctor who had aspired to become a top professor. However, she needed to successfully perform a surgery using the Batista technique and complete a thesis on it, and she believed Asada to be the one who could help her achieve her dream.
First off, may I mention how much of an excellent OST Iryuu has? Okay. What I really enjoyed about this was that it was much more than a simple medical drama of doctors saving patients. It delved into hospital management and corruption, things that I think are fairly realistic (at least the motives). This was the kind of show that had me on the edge of the seat.
Both series are about a male surgeon who, creating the image of a whole patient's body in his head, is able to create miracles, operating only with the most difficult and almost impossible cases. With his skills, there is nothing impossible!