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Vaginal Dilation Therapy Video

Vaginal Dilation Therapy

Amies Oelschlager, MD, helps one understand the outcomes of dilation versus surgery, learn to assess for readiness and know how to teach dilation therapy and troubleshooting techniques.

Heart Surgery Simulation at the University of Washington Video

Heart Surgery Simulation at the University of Washington

Nahush Mokadam, MD, talks about heart surgery simulation and surgeon training at the University of Washington.

Secondary Stroke Prevention Guidelines & Evolving Practices Video

Secondary Stroke Prevention Guidelines & Evolving Practices

Dr. David Tirschwell, professor of neurology, discusses TIA and TOAST ischemic subtyping including small vessel...

Colorectal Carcinoma: Surgical Management of Liver Metastases Video

Colorectal Carcinoma: Surgical Management of Liver Metastases

Raymond Yeung, MD, gives a lecture on minimally invasive therapies for colorectal carcinoma.

Computer Assisted Accelerometer Guided Total Knee Arthroplasty (Replacement) - A Surgical Technique Video

Computer Assisted Accelerometer Guided Total Knee Arthroplasty (Replacement) - A Surgical Technique

Computer assisted accelerometer guided total knee arthroplasty - A surgical technique in total knee replacement

Adolescent Scoliosis and Adult Spinal Deformity Video

Adolescent Scoliosis and Adult Spinal Deformity

Kushagra Verma, MD, assistant clinical professor of spine surgery at University of Washington, discusses adolescent scoliosis and adult spinal deformity.

2018 EMS & Trauma Conference

September 17-18, 2018

A POCKET-SIZE RESEARCH REVOLUTION News

A POCKET-SIZE RESEARCH REVOLUTION

With a device that can model a real kidney, researchers at the UW School of Pharmacy are giving new hope to people with kidney conditions — as well as astronauts who dream of exploring the farthest reaches of space.

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HPV study could spur new cervical-cancer screening guidelines

UW Medicine researchers comment on recent results showing that testing for human papillomavirus detects precancerous cells better than the traditional Pap smear.

Keeping kidney stones at bay during space flights

UW Medicine to test innovative kidney stone ultrasonic propulsion procedure for NASA space missions and for patients on Earth.

Brain circuit triggers hot flashes in males and females

Sex hormone-sensitive brain cells provoke sudden, intense feelings of heat during menopause or prostate cancer therapy, and could be a treatment target.  

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