Cancer immunotherapy with chimeric antigen receptor T-cell therapy, or CAR-T therapy, is FDA-approved for patients with two kinds of blood cancers, adult B-cell non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma or childhood acute lymphoblastic leukemia.
If you have been diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea syndrome, your physician may recommend continuous positive airway pressure therapy.
A series of X-rays that can be used to visualize nearly all parts of the body in 3-D is known as a CT scan.
This diagnostic procedure entails swallowing a capsule no bigger than a vitamin that contains a camera to capture images of even the most difficult-to-reach areas of your digestive tract.
Our interventional cardiologists have pioneered some of the most advanced interventional alternatives to surgery for the treatment of coronary artery disease.
Our surgeons perform carotid endarterectomy to open blockages and remove plaque from the carotid arteries to treat and prevent stroke.
If you are diagnosed with a blood clot to the brain, which could lead to a stroke, you may require this procedure.
A cerebral arteriogram, also called an angiogram, is a diagnostic study that uses X-ray and dye to visualize the blood vessels in the neck and brain.
A cesarean delivery is a surgical delivery of your baby by an incision through your abdomen and uterus.
If you would like to improve and smooth the texture of the skin on your face or remove facial blemishes, wrinkles or uneven skin pigmentation, chemical peels may be a noninvasive solution for you.
The purpose of chemoembolization is to inject chemotherapy drugs into the hepatic artery that supplies blood to the tumor in the liver. The artery is then often embolized - or blocked off - with tiny particles.
Chemotherapy has the ability to reach cancer that may have spread, even microscopically, throughout the body.
A chest fluoroscopy provides diagnostic information about how your lungs are functioning and to detect abnormalities such as cancer.
A chest X-ray may be one of the first procedures your physician will perform to arrive at a diagnosis of a wide variety of conditions.
Your physician may order cholecystography to obtain detailed X-ray images of your gallbladder to detect the presence of gallstones and other abnormalities.
If you and your obstetrician are concerned about genetic conditions being passed through to your unborn child, this test can provide the genetic diagnostic information early in your pregnancy.
Chronotherapy is a method to treat delayed sleep-phase syndrome in which bedtimes are gradually delayed by an increment of two to three hours each night until your desired bedtime is reached.
It involves taking a small amount of bone from one place (usually the hip, head, ribs or leg) and placing it in the area of the cleft near the teeth.
A cochlear implant is a surgically implanted device that may dramatically improve one's hearing if profoundly deaf or hard of hearing.
If you have a long-term sleep problem such as insomnia, cognitive behavioral therapy can help you identify and correct thoughts and beliefs to overcome your condition.
The colonoscopy procedure performed at Jefferson uses the most advanced technologies to improve detection of polyps and reduce inconvenience for patients.
If your routine pelvic examination shows cervical or vaginal problems or your Pap test is abnormal, your gynecologist may recommend a colposcopy.
Concussion baseline screenings measure data that can be used for comparison in the event of a sustained concussion.
Contrast-enhanced ultrasound is an advanced imaging technique that allows doctors to see blood flow to and from organs and other tissues with contrast.
Coronary artery bypass grafting may be safer and shorten recovery time for patients with significant heart failure and poor heart function, as compared to traditional surgery.
This procedure can be done robotically utilizing the da Vinci® surgical system, which allows the surgeon to view the surgical area in high definition, making the bladder removal operation very precise.
This procedure, performed with an endoscope, allows physicians to assess problems with bladder emptying and urinary incontinence.
Cystometry involves having a catheter inserted into the urethra until it reaches the bladder.