Study authors characterize the incidence of head and neck tumors after treatment, and provide new insights on disease progression and surveillance recommendations.Read More
Molecular allergology has the potential to shift the model of care for allergy management. Michael Benninger, MD, Chairman of Cleveland Clinic’s Head and Neck Institute, discusses how Cleveland Clinic is using advanced blood testing to improve care for patients.
If findings continue to echo results to date, preoperative higher-dose stereotactic radiosurgery could represent a new standard of care for patients with large brain metastases.
Regardless of the length of conduction delay, left ventricular conduction disease is a better predictor of mortality than common risk factors like coronary artery disease and diabetes. So finds an analysis of the giant PRECISION trial.
Catch Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute’s experts at booth 7125 at the American Academy of Ophthalmology’s annual meeting to learn about the latest in research and clinical care, from refractive surgery and cross-linking to intraocular tumors.
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Should everyone with dilated cardiomyopathy undergo a genetic profile? This discussion with a heart failure and genetics expert offers guidance until results of the DCM Precision Medicine Study come in.
Cleveland Clinic Nursing has joined the College Now Mentoring Program of Greater Cleveland, furthering its commitment to support, guide and mentor the next generation of nurses.
Can hormone replacement therapy be used in women with BRCA1 mutations? Women’s health specialist Pelin Batur, MD, summarizes current literature evaluating the potential risks and benefits for this patient population.
Although rare, sudden cardiac arrest in children and adolescents often has a devastating outcome. Pediatric cardiologist Dr. Peter Aziz shares a story of loss, and encourages fellow caregivers to discuss the importance of CPR and AED training with their patients and in the community.
Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Information Security Officer Vugar Zeynalov discusses the challenges of cybersecurity for hospitals and the collaboration and balance it takes to secure digital information.