A 24-year-old female with progressive keratoconus and decreasing vision achieves improved vision with combined transepithelial phototherapeutic keratectomy and corneal crosslinking procedure.Read More
PAD is often associated with atherosclerotic disease in other vascular beds, yet it’s widely underdiagnosed. We run through the symptoms and risk factors that should prompt PAD screening.
The NCCN has introduced the nation’s first-ever guidelines for systemic mastocytosis, a rare, complex and sometimes aggressive hematologic disease.
As interest grows in the use of multiple modalities to monitor the neurocritically ill, optimal data integration and real-time data display are crucial. Here’s a glimpse of how we’re taking on the challenge.
Taking teamwork seriously — through frequent tumor board meetings, openness to new approaches and more — is essential to achieving three-star Society of Thoracic Surgeons composite quality ratings.
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In this Q&A, Georges-Pascal Haber, MD, PhD, discusses his leadership style, the role of research and plans for the future.
In patients with newly diagnosed glioblastoma who aren’t candidates for resection, minimally invasive ablative treatment appears to be reasonable initial therapy, a new study suggests.
Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, explains two truths about cancer teams “immediately relevant to all of us.” Read his editorial “Givers and Takers” in Oncology Times.
Cleveland Clinic endocrinologists see improved clinical outcomes and patient satisfaction when shared medical appointments are part of the treatment plan for obese patients. An in-depth look at why.
Heart failure and stepdown units of the Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute have been testing electrocardiogram technology.