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Women do better than men after surgical removal of part or all of a cancerous kidney, with fewer post-operative complications, including dying in the hospital, although they are more likely to receive blood transfusions related to their surgery.
Patients who undergo radical surgery for prostate cancer may expect better results, on average, if they're treated in accredited teaching hospitals with residency programs, and better still if the hospitals also have medical fellowships.
A Henry Ford Hospital study found that simulation training improved the critical decision-making skills of medical residents performing actual resuscitations in the Emergency Department.
Robot-assisted surgery is now both more common and far more successful than radical "open" surgery to treat prostate cancer in the United States.
A new Henry Ford Hospital study shows mood disorders are not linked to either nasal obstructive symptoms or the failure of nasal obstruction surgery. Detroit,
Insomnia can have a negative effect on the tinnitus, worsening the functional and emotional toll of chronic ringing, buzzing, hissing or clicking in the head and ears, according to a new study
Through face-to-face video calls on iPads and other tablets, Henry Ford is initiating the next wave of high-tech communication at hospitals called “telerounding.” The iPad fills a critical
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