Surgery

Connected at the skull, the twins were surgically separated at UCLA in 2002.

By Sandy Cohen • August 2, 2022

‘It was an incredible span and an incredible career. I couldn’t be happier,’ says UCLA’s Ronald W. Busuttil

By uclahealth • July 27, 2022

What to know about fibroids and fertility

By uclahealth • July 12, 2022

Patients report reduced depression and anxiety and greater meaning and purpose after surgery

By Sandy Cohen • July 8, 2022

There is a school of thought that says redheads require more local anesthetic to manage pain, as well as increased amounts of general anesthesia to induce unconsciousness, than the rest of the population

By Ask the Doctors • July 1, 2022

Angela Tofilau shares how UCLA Health saved her life and helped revive her family's joy

By Chayil Champion • June 24, 2022

3D model of heart helped doctors prepare for intricate procedure

By uclahealth • April 6, 2022

'We need to keep pushing to give every kid the best care,' says the pediatric orthopaedic trauma surgeon.

By uclahealth • February 3, 2022

Surgery offers an older adult the best chance at managing an existing medical issue. However, not everyone is a good surgical candidate

By Ask the Doctors • October 18, 2021

The only regret I have is that I did not have surgery sooner.

By uclahealth • October 5, 2021