Largest Ever Study Exploring Procedural Bleeding in Cirrhosis Patients
This ambitious international study aims to provide the definitive data needed to improve clinical management for this complex patient population.
MRI-Guided Linac Delivers Therapy With Greater Precision
UVA Health is among the first 25 centers to bring cancer patients the MRIdian Linac, a significant advance in MR-guided radiation therapy.
Battle Against Cancer Gets Boost from Organ-Development Discovery
Find out what cutting-edge genomics technology uncovered as the critical drivers of gut-related cancers.
Can Patient Preconditioning Improve Abdominal Cancer Surgery Outcomes?
UVA Health is testing whether smartwatch-based preconditioning can improve abdominal cancer surgical outcomes.
Can a Nanoparticle Drug Cure Primary Biliary Cholangitis?
A clinical trial evaluating a novel nanoparticle drug may offer patients with primary biliary cholangitis the opportunity for a cure.
Gastric Varices: UVA Health’s Versatile Options for Personalized Care
At UVA Health, GI/hepatology specialists and interventional radiologists collaborate to widen the range of treatment options for gastric varices.
Understanding Racial Disparities in Colon Cancer May Lead to More Targeted Prevention and Treatment
Racial disparities in colon cancer rates occur due to how the colon's different sides age. Current research analyzes why.
UVA Colorectal Surgeon Offering Sacral Nerve Stimulation to Relieve Fecal Incontinence
Sacral nerve stimulation utilizes a small, pacemaker-like device to deliver electrical impulses that stimulate the sacral nerve.
GI Referrals: Alternative Bowel Preparations for Colonoscopy and New Referral Form
Get tips to easily refer patients to UVA Endoscopy.
UVA Endoscopy Honored for Safe, Quality Care
The ASGE Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program honors endoscopy units that uphold the highest standards in their unit policies, credentialing, staff training and competency, as well as quality improvement measures.