Michigan Medicine is renowned for groundbreaking clinical, basic science and medical educational research, with nearly 7,000 papers published annually by faculty and trainees. Here, Lab Notes highlights a selection of those articles in addition to ones covered as stories on the Michigan Health Lab blog.
A popular treatment for peripheral arterial disease is less effective and more expensive than other options. Experts explore several methods to bring the state toward higher-value vascular care.
Effective treatments for ALS have eluded scientists for decades. A new examination of the immune system shows the appeal of personalized medicine for future care.
Early findings suggest that children from lower-income neighborhoods may endure longer hospital stays after sepsis, a life-threatening response to an infection.
Comparison of opioid-sparing approach with standard care shows no difference in patient satisfaction, but less pain among those counseled to use opioids only as backup.
A new understanding of intracellular pathways activated as T cells start to mount an immune response offers clues against graft-versus-host disease, a serious complication of bone marrow transplantation.