PNES resembles epileptic seizure in signs and symptoms but is due to psychological distress. Delivering the diagnosis with empathy and respect is crucial to setting the stage for effective management.Read More
As we expand transcatheter aortic valve replacement to more Cleveland Clinic sites around the nation and world, we are meticulously replicating best practices and protocols developed over 15+ years.
Novel model for geriatric care urges clinicians to reframe “success” by focusing on patients’ personal priorities and general wellbeing.
This case study involving a 37-year-old former gymnast underscores the need for persistence in seeking solutions to chronic pain following spinal surgery.
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation requires a prolonged hospitalization and patients often face an increased risk of complications, including transplant-related mortality. Why experts say using this quality improvement model is a “powerful tool.”
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If approached with curiosity and an open heart, mentorship can set the stage for a symbiotic relationship that serves both teacher and pupil.
New research demonstrates that some immunotherapy drugs are more effective for cancers with certain genetic mutations.
Questions about safe protocols arise from a case in which a patient spent five years on a daily immunosuppressant regimen to control scleroderma-related skin tightness.
Cleveland Clinic’s team-based culture is designed to acknowledge the value of all caregivers and the meaningful connections they have with one another. Here are the keys to our success.
We explain why we’ve launched an Epilepsy Precision Medicine Fellowship and how it’s designed to empower tomorrow’s epileptologists to apply neurogenetics to improve patient care