A successful heart transplant is complicated by COVID-19, as the transplant team mobilizes to treat the infection while keeping the patient’s spirits up.
Combining cutting-edge robotic technology with compassionate care leads to improved quality of life for patients.
Robotic surgical options for patients with the CDH1 gene mutation result in less intra-operative blood loss and shorter recovery times.
Creative, team approach returns a sense of hope and taste to one of the world’s most renowned chefs.
The multidisciplinary Clinic for Pediatric Vascular Anomalies looks back on a year where virtually nothing was normal operating procedure.
The world-class Burn and Complex Wound Center looks back on Dr. Lawrence Gottlieb’s 30-plus years of dedication.
Given six months to live, a 32-year-old patient receives a new liver that saved her life.
Section Chief Selwyn O. Rogers, Jr., MD, MPH, testifies in front of a congressional panel addressing gun violence as a public health crisis in America.
Robotic surgery improves quality of life for prostate cancer patients by reducing pain, complications and recovery time.
Dr. Christopher L. Skelly, the Section Chief, and Dr. Trissa A. Babrowski collaborated with colleagues at the Booth School of Business to create the Limb Salvage Program.