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Veterinarians around Maryland can now send their "patients" to Johns Hopkins for advanced imaging scans. Using research-dedicated MRI and CT machines will further the understanding of animal — and human — disease and reduce the need for invasive diagnostic procedures.
After sequencing the genomes of 13 families severely affected by autism, researchers have identified genetic variants that have never before been linked to the disease.
Mammograms and CT scans are commonly used to detect tumors, but an invasive biopsy is usually required to diagnose cancer. Results of a new study suggest that MRI scans could one day replace biopsies altogether by distinguishing between malignant and benign growths.
A generic version of insulin, the lifesaving diabetes drug used by 6 million people in the United States, has never been available in this country. Find out why.
Deciding whether patients should take statins isn't always clear-cut. Preventive cardiologists offer a set of tips for physicians to help patients make the right call.
Going to the hospital can be nerve-wracking, but knowing what to do before, during and after your hospital stay can give you peace of mind and help you stay safe while getting the best care. These tips, courtesy of geriatrician Alicia Arbaje, will better prepare you for a planned or unplanned stay in the hospital and may help you avoid returning to the hospital unnecessarily.
Striking the right balance in your cholesterol levels matters. A new, more accurate assessment can give you a better understanding of your numbers.
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