After years of grappling with the symptoms of essential tremor, one patient found Elan Louis, MD, the world's leading expert in essential tremor.
Advances in care over the last decade have extended the lifespan of glioblastoma patients. Credit everything from surgery to symptom management.
When Yale Medicine neurosurgeon Jennifer Moliterno , MD, discovered an aneurysm inside a brain tumor, it saved Kaitlin Eppinger's life.
Amy Dixon was 22 years old when her eyes started playing tricks on her. Yale Medicine diagnosed her with uveitis—an autoimmune condition of the eye.
Rather than having spinal fusion surgery, an active woman discovers that artificial disk replacement surgery ends her chronic back pain and anxiety.
Autism is on the rise in the United States. Yale Medicine doctors are studying genetics to unlock the mysteries behind this complex condition.
Cystic Fibrosis, an inherited condition that affects the lungs, can shorten life. But Savannah has grown from a sickly baby into a remarkable young woman.
After Kyle Tempesta was rushed to Yale's Pediatric ICU on the brink of cardiac arrest, he was saved by a pediatrician and a geneticist.
Yale Medicine physicians are expert at using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners and ultrasound probes specially designed to treat children.
One hundred pounds lighter following her weight loss surgery, Lisa Jordan-Sharog has eliminated her diabetes, high blood pressure and high cholesterol.
For Lauren Raccio, breast cancer reconstruction resulted in her breast looking and feeling natural, and being more resilient to radiation after surgery.
Although incontinence and other pelvic floor disorders are a common problem for aging women, they shouldn’t suffer in silence.