The UW Medicine Newsroom stories that attracted the most views in 2019 run a gamut of topics. The top-dozen UW Medicine stories from 2019, based on number of unique page views, are:
Revised regulations mean “more kids will come home safe,” says Harborview pediatrician who advocated for change.
Some patients experience agonizing pain when a temporary stent is implanted after kidney stones are removed.
Across the country, some tens of thousands of dogs of all backgrounds, and their owners, will be recruited for a major study of what makes for a long, healthy dog’s life.
Study found increased risk for depression in children whose mothers were hospitalized for an infection during pregnancy.
Neurosurgeons, parents call on medical professionals to be more welcoming to new patients who have an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid on the brain, a condition traditionally treated by implanting a shunt to drain the fluid.
UW Medicine has removed patients’ information from the website on which the vulnerability occurred.
Months of anticipation culminate at medical schools on Match Day with details of graduate placements
Researchers find HSV-1 and HSV-2 forming recombinants in present-day humans.
“Knee mount” maneuver reduces blood-flow velocity in major arteries, pilot test shows.
Patients have treatment options that clinicians should employ, says the study’s lead author.
Two scientists at the UW School of Medicine created software that can understand high-pitch calls.
The procedure aims to cure aggressive disease with a donor liver.