A new study found bariatric surgery protects patients who experience heart attacks or strokes. Dr. Ali Aminian, MD, explains.Read More
A co-author of the large trial comparing endoscopic versus open harvesting techniques explains the study’s context and its implications for practice.
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After months of suffering, a Michigan woman comes to Cleveland Clinic for spine care and is eventually is diagnosed with a rare form of diabetic neuropathy. Endocrinologist Melissa Li-Ng, MD, Interim Institute Chair for Cleveland Clinic’s Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute, gives an overview of the case.
Disease-modifying therapy for multiple sclerosis is not without risks. Since its benefits may wane as immune function diminishes with age, discontinuation is tempting. A new study gives supportive reassurance.
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In the last 20 years, cases of pediatric nephrolithiasis have increased each year by an estimated 4 percent to 10 percent. Urologist Jeffrey Donohoe, MD, offers practical advice for managing them in your practice.
Aspirin-provoked reactions during desensitization can be volatile and entail serious bronchospasm. Omalizumab can attenuate these reactions.
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Study presented at AASLD 2018 looks at physician compliance rate with hepatitis B screening prior to administering immunosuppressive drugs and the incidence of hepatitis B reactivation.
The versatility provided by 3D printing gives medical practitioners the ability to provide patients the most advanced care, while simultaneously minimizing the risk of complication.