New guidelines drafted by a Cleveland Clinic-led expert panel should speed the development and approval of advanced statistical tools to more accurately predict cancer’s course in individual patients.
Recent therapeutic advances that target the basic genetic defect in cystic fibrosis is proving to be a game changer in treating adult CF.
A review of Cleveland Clinic EMR data highlights the prevalence of primary hyperparathyroidism, prompting new automated alerts to order parathyroid hormone testing for hypercalcemia patients
Recognizing the signs of and addressing the issues that cause geriatric insomnia can impact quality of life.
With sudden cardiac death an increasing risk as kidney disease progresses, CKD patients would seem to gain from implantable defibrillators. But a Cleveland Clinic analysis shows that the device’s mortality reductions don’t extend to patients in end-stage CKD.
Bennie Jeng, MD, says his residency training at Cleveland Clinic’s Cole Eye Institute provided exceptional clinical training with a slant toward creating academicians.
Cleveland Clinic successfully implanted the Argus II Retinal Prosthesis System in its first patient. Hear first-hand from our physician and her patient (VIDEO), who was completely blind from retinitis pigmentosa and has regained some vision.
No one said choosing the best conduit for bypass surgery was easy. But this primer from a Cleveland Clinic cardiac surgeon sorts through the options to arrive at a few helpful guiding principles.
Most cases of adult myeloid neoplasms, including myelodysplastic syndromes (MDS), have been presumed to occur sporadically. But Cleveland Clinic researchers identified a mutated gene, DDX41, associated with development of MDS, supporting the prospect of a familial predisposition mechanism behind such malignancies.
Residency is a three-year journey that sets the trajectory of a career in ophthalmology. For many of us, our choice of where to complete our residency was a life-defining moment.