A Mexican woman wondered why her belly is getting bigger each day. She went to the doctor and found that she has got a 70-pound ovarian cyst.
Uterine Transplantation clinical breakthrough for women with damages uterus and possibly for transgender women.
Doctors removed a rusty surgical clamp from the stomach of a man who had his surgery 18 years ago.
A breakthrough medical device has been designed at a research facility in Belgium which can undertake precise surgical incision during brain tumor operations.
A baby western lowland gorilla, a critically endangered species, has just been born at the Bristol Zoo Gardens via C-section after her mother manifested signs and symptoms of pre-eclampsia.
A doctor reportedly operated on the wrong infant due to a mix-up at a hospital in Tennessee.
Surgical patients who experienced "accidental awareness during general anesthesia" can be scarred for life, a new study found.
Pain in infancy due to premature birth treatments may increase an infant’s chance of developing anxiety later on in life according to a new study.
Researchers reported that paying donors for their kidneys could save more lives and reduce costs for the health care system,
In a new report, researchers stated that there were 772 cases in which medical personnel left surgical tools inside patients.
A surgeon in Russia was arrested for stealing heroin after helping the police remove heroin from a drug courier's stomach.
The latest beauty trend sweeping the UK is 'tittooing' for perfect nipples.
A tiny magnetic bracelet that is implanted at the base of the throat can provide relief for people who suffer from chronic heartburn.
Surgical operating robot da Vinci, used in 400,000 surgeries nationwide last year, is under close scrutiny.
A Pakistani teenage girl shot in the head by the Taliban for advocating girls' education in the South Asian country is headed toward full recovery once she undergoes a final surgery to have a titanium plate fitted to her skull, doctors revealed Wednesday.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.