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Donor Heart Infected with Hepatitis C Saves Man's Life Video

Donor Heart Infected with Hepatitis C Saves Man's Life

UW Medical Center's new protocol allows heart-transplant candidates to opt in to be considered for matching donor organs even if the organ is infected with hep C, and then take an eight-week course of medication to clear the virus.

Functional Imaging in Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Can Fatigue be a Sign Instead of a Symptom? Video

Functional Imaging in Chronic Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Can Fatigue be a Sign Instead of a Symptom?

Gary Stobbe, MD, discusses how fatigue can be considered a sign of a mild traumatic brain injury, rather than a symptom.

Management of Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer Video

Management of Non-Muscle Invasive Bladder Cancer

Jonathan Wright, MD, provides an overview of the management of non-muscle invasive bladder cancer

Current Controversies in Anatomic Shoulder Arthroplasty Video

Current Controversies in Anatomic Shoulder Arthroplasty

Jason Hsu, MD, and Zahab Ahsan, MD, review controversial topics in anatomic shoulder arthroplasty and highlight surgical principles during this grand rounds presentation.

Advances in Hepatitis B Video

Advances in Hepatitis B

Anne Larson, MD, provides an update on Hepatitis B and why we are seeing an increase in rates in the United States.

Burns 202: Overview of Stretches Video

Burns 202: Overview of Stretches

This video is intended for medical providers, therapists and burn patients. It provides an overview of activity goals and stretches to help prevent common post-burn complications. These include edema, scarring and contractures.

Measles Q&A: Pediatrician Fields Common Queries News

Measles Q&A: Pediatrician Fields Common Queries

Responding to the state outbreak, Beth Ebel, MD, discusses the vaccinations, dosages, herd immunity, age requirements, and more.

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Researcher wants to unlock the mysteries of strabismus

She hopes new information will yield an alternative to surgery, which is standard care for people who are cross-eyed or have a wandering eye.

Study probes the powering of contractions in heart failure

Findings at nanometer and millisecond scales may help improve design of therapies directed at motor proteins to rescue failing hearts.

Incontinence, and clarity on appropriate surgical mesh use

Recent news has given the impression that all such use is unhealthy or outlawed. It's not. 

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