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Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) can affect flexion and rotation of the hip. Learn more about the types of femoroacetabular impingement, symptoms of an FAI injury and how we treat it.
See how our researchers used a new endoscopic tool to find a connection between eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE) and esophageal distension.
Studies of miRNA-26a, a microRNA involved in cellular regulation, indicate that therapeutic use may help several diabetic complications, including chronic wounds.
Our investigators explored the action of stem cell factor in recruiting stem cells and healing diabetic skin wounds. Stem cell treatments provided better outcomes for diabetic patients, including faster wound healing.
This study is the first of its kind to investigate the course and outcome of loss of control eating among severely obese teens who underwent bariatric surgery from presurgery through a four-year follow-up.
Researchers compared the effectiveness of bariatric surgery with medical therapy in treating type 2 diabetes in obese adolescents in this study.
This study on adolescent bariatric surgery outlines positive health outcomes and complications three years after gastric bypass or gastrectomy.
Dr. Edwin Liu and a research team at the Colorado Center for Celiac Disease aims to learn more about celiac disease autoimmunity and its correlation to the growing incidence of celiac disease in Denver-born individuals.
Our breathing team conceives new ventilator care processes to improve patient outcomes amid promising advances toward curing bronchopulmonary dysplasia.
This study was the first large-scale, standardized analysis of predictors of change in cardiovascular disease risk factors among a cohort of severely obese adolescents.
Hypoxia-inducible factors may play a key role in treating partial bladder outlet obstruction.
New research finds intraoperative frozen section (IFS) to be an effective tool in identifying malignant renal tumors in children during surgery.
This research study explores why randomized controlled trials are experiencing low pediatric participation – and what parents and doctors can do to improve the process.
Researchers at the Colorado Fetal Care Center have found that a modified hysterotomy technique may reduce obstetric morbidity associated with prenatal MMC repair and other open fetal surgeries.
Researchers determined which fecal evaluation scoring system is most appropriate for pediatric patients.
Researchers in the Orthopedics Institute at Children's Hospital Colorado found that posterior spinal fusion patients may reach physical therapy goals sooner if they take Gabapentin as part of their post-surgery pain management plan.
Researchers at the Colorado Fetal Care Center studied right atrial dysfunction to determine its role in fetal circulation.
Hirschsprung disease research highlights the importance of preserving the anal canal in surgery to avoid fecal incontinence in children.
Experts from the International Center for Colorectal and Urogenital Care share a clinical review of anorectal malformations including care decisions for each stage of treatment, controversial approaches and their care insights.
Orthopedic experts developed an intraoperative neuromonitoring checklist and best practice guide for spine deformity (scoliosis) surgery.