Men with localized, low- and intermediate-risk prostate cancer are seeking TULSA: an outpatient, alternative to surgery or active surveillance: no incisions, surgery, or radiation required. Learn more.
Vocal cord dysfunction causes symptoms that are often mistaken for exercised-induced asthma. Lesley Childs, M.D., discusses how speech therapy can help control this overwhelming – but not life-threatening – condition.
Many articles about fetal hiccups end with a cautionary tale, but the science says fetal hiccups are likely nothing to worry about. Robyn Horsager-Boehrer, M.D., discusses why in the Your Pregnancy Matters blog.
Before her 50th birthday, heart transplant recipient Susan Liang has survived more than her fair share of challenges. Read her remarkable story of how UT Southwestern gave her a "fourth chance at life."
Bronchoscopic lung volume reduction is a nonsurgical procedure that that can help patients with severe emphysema breathe easier. UT Southwestern's Dr. Muhhaned Abu-Hijleh helped develop the one-way valves and procedure that earned breakthrough device approval from the FDA in 2018.
In April, orthopaedic surgeon Michael Khazzam, M.D., performed the first augmented reality shoulder replacement surgery in Texas. Explore how the technology works and what patients can expect from this innovative approach.