Author: Luis Soler Rivera (Page 2)
UVA Health Leads the Next Frontier in Rotator Cuff Surgery With Tissue-Engineering Solutions
Combining biomaterials, biologicals, and regenerative medicine encourages and accelerates tissue healing and patient recovery.
Innovative Hip Revision Surgery Technique Brings Relief After Failed Replacement
Using advanced techniques like the double-cup construct have shown promise for treating large, irregular acetabular defects.
Magnetic Resonance Urography May Become the Next Gold Standard in Imaging
UVA Health has found that magnetic resonance urography provides an edge over traditional renal scintigraphy in evaluating congenital urologic abnormalities.
Our Prostate Cancer Patients Benefit From Innovative Biopsy & Treatment Techniques
UVA Health urologic oncologists are using innovative techniques for prostate cancer biopsy and treatment that mean less risk for patients.
New Heart Failure Treatment in View
A recent study of heart failure patients at UVA Health revealed that colchicine, a common gout medication, significantly improved survival rates.
After Several Failed Spine Surgeries, This Expert Team Finally Brought Relief
Five spine surgeries left this patient in constant pain. Here's how UVA Health surgeons used innovative techniques to finally deliver relief.
Growth Modulation in Pediatric Scoliosis at UVA Health: Expanding the Scope of Care
See the impact we're making by participating in a study for ApiFix, a ratcheting, nonfusion device for growth modulation in pediatric scoliosis.
The Benefits of Big Data in a Global Study of Huntington’s Disease
UVA Health neurologists are helping to improve the understanding and clinical care of Huntington's disease by contributing to a global observational study.
Can We Prevent Neuron Death? Getting to the Root of Alzheimer’s Disease
Research into neuron death in Alzheimer's disease at UVA Health has laid the groundwork for clinical studies aimed at improving patient prognosis.
How Hand Surgeons Help After Spinal Cord Injury
A UVA Health surgeon implores PMR physicians to refer any patient with a T1 or higher cervical spinal cord injury to a hand surgeon for evaluation. Find out why.