How Doctors Use 3D Printing to Better Care for Patients
Yale Medicine surgeons use 3D printing to plan surgeries, design tools specific to an upcoming surgery and that particular patient’s anatomy, and even to print some of the parts used to replace defective ones in the body.
By Kathy Katella
By Colleen Moriarty
Yale Medicine physicians have researched what happens when patients forego medical cancer treatment in hopes of finding a natural cure.
By Barbara Steinberger
Connecticut Magazine ’s 2019 ‘Best Doctors’ list includes 217 Yale Medicine physicians in 50 specialties who were selected by their peers as the best in their fields.
By Carrie MacMillan
Yale Medicine specialists explain the FDA decision to halt sales of surgical mesh devices used for transvaginal repair of pelvic organ prolapse.
By Jennifer Chen
In response to a recent FDA study that found that chemicals in certain sunscreens could be potentially harmful, Yale Medicine dermatologists weigh in on which types of sunscreen people should use.
High doses of vitamin D in addition to standard chemotherapy for colorectal cancer can help cancer patients live longer, research shows.
Mick Jagger's celebrity spotlight and two new studies are bringing attention to transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR), a minimally invasive procedure that is expected to replace open heart surgery for more people.
Having the option to freeze eggs is a valuable one for some women. But Yale Medicine Fertility Center physicians say it may not be appropriate for everyone.
The Yale Child Study Center offers an array of services that take place not in an office, but in the home.
By Craig Canapari
You won't need a vacation from your family vacation if you follow these travel tips from pediatric sleep expert Craig Canapari, MD.
Clinical research at the Child Study Center has led to multiple treatment options for children with anxiety.
What drives athletes to succeed also makes them prone to injury. Yale Medicine orthopedists channel athletes' determination to help them heal.
Endovascular surgery allows for a precise and minimally invasive procedure for the most dangerous of brain aneurysms.