More children with myelomeningocele are surviving into adulthood today, and Cleveland Clinic offers a multidisciplinary clinic to help meet their unique medical needs several times a year.
OCT systems have proven value in the clinical setting, but intraoperative OCT remains an emerging field. Cleveland Clinic’s PIONEER study finds OCT has distinct benefits for ophthalmic surgeons in the operating room.
Percutaneous coronary intervention can now be considered in selected hemodynamically stable patients with multivessel disease. An expert from the guideline writing committee provides the backstory.
Cleveland Clinic’s new risk calculator is more accurate than presurgical stress testing and expert predictions for de novo incontinence after pelvic organ prolapse surgery.
Peyronie disease occurs in as many as 9 percent of middle-aged men, but surgical intervention can help in severe cases where penile deformity makes coitus difficult or impossible.
Can deep brain stimulation help ease motor and psychiatric symptoms of Huntington’s disease?
A transgender patient leads a doctor and his fellow to re-examine the traditional rigid rules of medicine and step outside their comfort zone when the issue of sexual orientation enters the exam room.
Recording patients’ family medical history and including it in their medical record is important in prevention, risk reduction and early detection of disease.
This prospective study supports conservative surgical management for women with endometriomas when fertility is at stake.
The next few months hold Cleveland Clinic-sponsored courses on everything from valve disease to critical limb ischemia. And locales range from Miami to Chicago to Cleveland.