For patients with nonhealing wounds and other conditions, a boost in oxygen intake could be a way to accelerate recovery.
Kevin Joy is a content editor for Michigan Health Lab. He writes about research and healthcare at the University of Michigan Health System. He spent 10 years as a features reporter for the Columbus Dispatch.
Although infants with these craniofacial anomalies have much in common with other newborns, their condition requires special care and surgery.
Opting for reconstructive surgery after a mastectomy comes with questions and choices. A U-M plastic surgeon helps address them.