Neurosurgeons want the quickest, most accurate information to help them make decisions during brain tumor surgery. A new method could accelerate that process.
A minimally invasive laparoscopic hysterectomy technique could be key to helping some women avoid conversion to open (and riskier) surgery.
When assessing an older person’s fall risk, brain processing speed matters, U-M researchers found. Which is why they invented a device for bedside use to measure that speed.
Not all hospitals have the clinicians to diagnose and treat an eye disease in premature babies. But they can use technology to connect with ophthalmologists elsewhere.
A new study finds a majority of health-related mobile apps fall short of helping those who most need smart solutions to manage their health.
A U-M-designed Android app may help primary care providers in developing countries assess genetic risks of expectant mothers.