As yet another study shows that nonadherence to statin therapy can carry grave consequences, Dr. Steven Nissen argues it’s time for physicians to actively counter online misinformation about the drugs.Read More
Using real-world evidence, a new study shows a robotic-assisted approach to RVHR offers the clinical benefit of reduced postoperative LOS. Ajita Prabhu, MD, explains the findings.
Consider advising your patients with suspected soft-tissue sarcoma to delay surgery until they are evaluated by an orthopedic oncologist, medical oncologist, musculoskeletal radiologist and radiation oncologist, preferably with sarcoma experience.
For nearly 30 years, Dr. Nazmi Ilker from Istanbul has turned to Cleveland Clinic for learning and development. With his first visit in 1988 he stayed several months to gain the skills needed to open a kidney transplant center at his home organization. This year, he chose transformational leadership development with Samson Global Leadership Academy.
Torus palatinus and torus mandibularis, localized benign overgrowths of cortical bone, are more common in women and certain ethnic groups. Causal factors include inheritance, trauma and lifestyle. Proper prostheses fitting may require removal.
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The interdisciplinary 2017 Patient Experience Summit offered breakout sessions, poster presentations and networking opportunities for nurses, highlighting the important role they play in providing patient-focused care.
There’s no such thing as “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to rectal cancer surgery. Colorectal Surgery Chairman Scott R. Steele, MD, explains in our “The Short Answer” series.
A broad curriculum, attention to overlooked topics and superb access to expert faculty are among the reasons the 2.5-day Cleveland Clinic Epilepsy Update & Review is not to be missed.
A new report of complementary studies in humans and mice yields the best evidence to date linking gut bacteria to obesity. The findings have therapeutic implications for both obesity and type 2 diabetes.
Our goal? To provide the best value (outcomes and cost) to our patients. Hear what efforts are underway at the Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute from Chairman Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, in our “The Short Answer” series.