High-Tech Contact Lenses May Replace Smart Phones

When Alexander Graham Bell brought us the revolutionary first-ever telephone back in 1876, the world.

Rare transplant aims to resolve woman’s long bout of cancer

UW Medicine team performs first-in-Pacific Northwest living-donor liver transplant for metastatic colorectal cancer. A Washington.

Organ transplant recipients can develop immunity after COVID-19, despite immunosuppression

Johns Hopkins Medicine researchers have shown that it is possible for solid organ transplant recipients.

Too many donor kidneys are discarded in U.S. before transplantation

When kidneys are removed from deceased organ donors in the United States, they are often.

In Light of Managing Bacterial Keratitis

Bacterial keratitis is an infection of the cornea (the clear dome covering the colored part.

Careful IOL selection needed in patients with retinal disease

When we perform cataract surgery for patients with retinal disease, we must tailor the IOL.

Surgical and drug treatment options lead to similar outcomes for diabetic eye disease

Surgical and injectable drug approaches are equally effective for the treatment of bleeding inside the.

OMSs need research, now more than ever

A recent experience in the operating room helped shape my go-to answer for a question.

Coating implants with ‘artificial bone’ to prevent inflammation

Bone disease is becoming increasingly prevalent due to population aging, among other factors, and the.

Researchers publish the first study on the metagenomics of dental black plaque in adults

The dark pigmentations that appear around the gums on dental enamel have a bacterial origin.