Tens of thousands of chest images are needed to train artificial-intelligence algorithms; the portal enables widespread hospital access.
New rules ease restrictions put in place for COVID-19. But don’t expect to see football games immediately.
In the Pacific Northwest, Black males are 60% more likely to die of prostate cancer than are men of other ethnicities.
UW Medicine investigators are part of a national study that aims to monitor 4,800 survivors for persistent symptoms.
A UW Medicine patient was integral to generating global recommendations for care involving diabetes and chronic kidney disease.
Construction starts on hub building for the UW School of Medicine-Gonzaga University Health Partnership.
Since April, investigators have studied how to disinfect coronavirus-exposed N95 masks so healthcare workers can reuse them safely.
In a trial, patients with low back pain and their clinicians received additional context about imaging findings in pain-free people.
UW Medicine ophthalmologist and cornea specialist Michele Lee on artificial tears, goggles and staying indoors.
“It’s all the same system,” said Dr. Albert Merati, a UW Medicine otolaryngologist. “Things that irritate your nose or throat would also irritate your ears.”