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Prostatectomy is the surgical removal of the prostate gland and tumor. Most prostatectomy procedures are performed through large, open surgical incisions, which can result in lengthy and uncomfortable patient recovery, substantial blood loss and...
Virtual Visits Available Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer. Call 888-4GW-DOCS to schedule a virtual appointment. The GW Imaging Center uses X-rays, radioactive tracers and...
The George Washington University Hospital is pleased to offer RapidArc radiotherapy technology, a major medical advance in Radiation Oncology. Using this new approach to delivering image-guided, intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IG-IMRT),...
Virtual Visits Available Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer. Call 888-4GW-DOCS to schedule a virtual appointment. The George Washington University Hospital's rehabilitation units...
Virtual Visits Available Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer. Call 888-4GW-DOCS to schedule a virtual appointment. GW Hospital offers advanced rheumatologic care in the heart of...
Severe rib fractures are typically caused by car or motorcycle crashes, falls, assaults or other blunt injuries. If left untreated, short-term consequences of rib fractures include severe pain when breathing, pneumonia and, possibly, death. Long-...
Virtual Visits Available Virtual Health enables you to speak with providers using your phone, tablet or computer. Call 888-4GW-DOCS to schedule a virtual appointment. The George Washington University Hospital Robotic Colorectal Program...
Cystectomy, the removal off all or part of the bladder, is traditionally performed using an open surgical procedure during which a surgeon makes a large abdominal incision to access the bladder. Compared to open surgery, conventional laparoscopy is...
Achalasia is a rare disease in which the lower esophageal sphincter does not relax properly and patients have difficulty swallowing and typically regurgitate food. With the condition, the esophagus dialates and widens causing muscle contractions and...
Thoracic outlet syndrome refers to a group of symptoms that occur when the blood vessels or nerves in the thoracic outlet, the area located between the collarbone and first rib, become compressed resulting in either shoulder or neck pain or numbness...

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