A recent Cleveland Clinic study determined that paraoxonase-1 (PON1) has the potential for use as a biomarker for cardiac risk in psoriatic disease.Read More
If you’re struggling to address what appears to be a peripheral pain diagnosis, central sensitization could be the missing link. A pain specialist takes a closer look at measuring and managing centralized pain.
Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Uma Perni, MD, says that when her children were young, she quickly learned she could not care for them if she did not care for herself.
New director brings years of experience in the field of autism as a clinician, researcher and professor. She will provide strategic leadership for the Center for Autism in Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital for Rehabilitation.
Recent research provides additional evidence that IVIG is effective in the treatment of refractory cutaneous dermatomyositis, regardless of subtype, and results in decreased need for glucocorticoids and immunosuppressive agents.
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Although many patients were successfully treated by pediatricians and in the ED, early consultation with an ENT should be considered in certain cases.
Telemedicine is on Cleveland Clinic’s list of top 10 medical innovations for 2018, and with good reason. This year, 7 million patients nationwide are expected to see a healthcare provider online.
Communication by an eyeblink-based Morse code system opens the door to progress for a 32-year-old with quadriplegia but intact cognition.
Got a patient who’s curious about robotically assisted heart surgery? Share the essentials — and some reassurance — with this richly visual three-minute video.
What you need to know about new colorectal cancer screening recommendations aimed at your patients ages 45 to 49.