A statewide collaborative is identifying ways to improve patient care for hip and knee replacements through quality improvement projects.
Nearly one-third of younger women without a known cancer risk receive the screening before breast reduction surgery, a test that can do more harm than good.
Two recently awarded grants hope to help women with physical disabilities determine whether or not to become pregnant and reduce the associated stigma.
A multidisciplinary Michigan Medicine program performs innovative weight-loss treatments using noninvasive techniques. Learn more about the options.
A survey examines what qualities patients look for when choosing a bariatric surgery procedure. But those needs might not align with their final decision.
A federal grant has helped U-M and five other institutions launch a collaborative effort to research the common and costly complication of diabetes.