Our first total face transplant involved far more than a single 31-hour operation. Here are essentials of the patient’s unparalleled case and what lies ahead for her and the face transplant field.Read More
Aiming for a systolic blood pressure below 140 mm Hg following intracerebral hemorrhage can amount to too much of a good thing, a new study finds. Here’s what the findings may mean for practice.
Unable to be operated on at her local hospital, a 59-year-old with a 7 cm esophageal squamous cell cancer undergoes ESD and remains cancer-free.
In this video, a staff pathologist compares two cases of lung granulomas caused by fungal infection.
Our experts say “not so fast” in the wake of a study suggesting prophylaxis against endocarditis should perhaps be expanded to patients with bicuspid aortic valves or mitral valve prolapse.
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Clinicians consider two pathways after completing a multidisciplinary evaluation and determining that the pain is in fact related to the hernia repair, and is not relieved through pain management options.
Two postdoctoral fellows in the laboratory of Nima Sharifi, MD, have received prestigious Department of Defense Prostate Cancer Research Program Early Investigator Research Awards in support of innovative prostate cancer work.
A look at a comprehensive new review of data showing SG may be safer and provide some additional metabolic advantages over RYGB. Dr. Ali Aminian explains the findings.
Brian Bolwell, MD, Chairman, Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, on how to ask the right kinds of questions and why.
In this Q&A, Cleveland Clinic Nursing’s Senior Director of Staffing and University Outreach Meg Duffy offers important tips for new graduate RNs to help them land that first job!