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Homelessness, challenging in the best of times, is exacerbated during a global pandemic. Frontline caregivers at Cleveland Clinic main campus handed out backpacks with essential items to help temporarily ease the burden.
Marwan Sabbagh, MD, shares strategies for the differential diagnosis of dementia, along with implications of new developments like the advent of blood tests for the presence of brain amyloid plaques.
Clinical trials exploring the use of immunotherapy with adoptive cell transfer for advanced melanoma and Merkel cell carcinoma (MCC) are in development at Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center.
There is no perfect screening mechanism for pediatric athletes with potential subclinical myocarditis following COVID-19 infection. This article explores risk-based screening recommendations and the importance of shared decision-making when such screening is inconclusive.
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Since patients with chronic systemic inflammatory states may be at increased risk of developing cardiovascular (CV) disease, the ability to predict which patients with RA or OA that are most likely to experience a major cardiac adverse event (MACE) may help rheumatologists risk stratify these patients early.
Improved imaging technology and a shift in diagnostic practice are making transperineal fusion-guided biopsy a popular approach among urologists at Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic’s Transplant Center will soon begin offering kidney transplantation from deceased donors with HIV to patients with end-stage kidney disease who are HIV positive.
Despite the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, nurses on the Cleveland Clinic hospice team continue to care for patients and honor their end-of-life wishes.
Cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy occurs in about 1 in 2,000 pregnancies. In this case presentation, Ob/Gyn Cara King, DO, repaired the defect and preserved the uterus via laparoscopic resection.