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Most people refrain from calling attention to an unusual bulge in their lower abdomen. But it could be a potentially dangerous condition that needs to be discussed with your doctor right away.
A new UAB center will serve as a state-wide resource for patients with diseases of the pancreas and bile ducts.
Sensitive, specific assays are needed to ensure the safety of inter-species transplants for patients needing new organs like kidneys and hearts.
High-tech medicine and human kindness combine in UAB’s ongoing kidney chain, a series of transplant surgeries that have given 101 people a new lease on life.
When you struggle with weight issues, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by your weight loss options and dismayed by setbacks.
Melanoma is highly capable of spreading and can be deadly rapidly if not treated.
A 13-year-old girl gets to have a special training experience with UAB surgeons during robotics surgery celebration.
Surgeons across UAB Medicine are working together to enhance robotic surgery, cementing UAB as a national leader in the field.
The Association for Clinical and Translational Science awarded its Distinguished Investigator Award for Translation into Public Benefit and Policy to kidney transplant surgeon, researcher.
After living with pulmonary fibrosis for 15 years, Quintarius Daniels received a life-changing lung transplant that has helped him live the life he has always wanted.
UAB Orthopaedics’ new sports medicine clinic features five physicians specially trained in managing sports-related injuries.
Since 1968, UAB Medicine has performed more than 14,000 life-saving organ transplants.
Kidney transplant recipients used to have to come to UAB for their post-transplant appointments. But thanks to telehealth, they no longer have to travel long distances to see their doctors.
More than 30 percent of Alabamians are registered to be organ donors, but more are needed.
Since 1968, UAB surgeons have performed more than 14,000 transplants.
A Dothan man is back on the hiking trail following a rare soft tissue tumor treated by UAB’s “Sarcoma King.”
Research findings that suggest free heme leads to bacterial pneumonia may reveal new approaches to improve safety of stored red blood cell transfusions.
UAB Medicine recently established a colorectal oncology clinic to provide a hassle-free experience for diagnosis and treatment.
After providing UAB's School of Medicine with HIV-positive deceased donor transplant protocols, UAB aims to return the favor to Groote Schuur Hospital in South Africa by providing paired exchange transplant training
UAB's Enhanced Recovery After Surgery pathway uses technology to improve patient recovery from major surgery.
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