Our first total face transplant involved far more than a single 31-hour operation. Here are essentials of the patient’s unparalleled case and what lies ahead for her and the face transplant field.Read More
The five-year grant, led by Keith McCrae, MD, and Alok Khorana, MD, supports the creation of a new risk assessment tool to better predict which cancer patients will develop treatment-related thrombosis.
One moment in the 31-hour operation stands out from the rest. Two of the surgeons share when, and why, the OR went from a hush to a collective sigh.
Two surgeons from the procedure share how subjecting a key intraoperative choice to the ‘surgical court of law’ and family input ultimately yielded the best decision.
Face transplant seemed like a natural application for the Microsoft HoloLens augmented reality platform. Here’s how clinical and biomedical engineering innovators made it a reality for the first time ever.
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Clinicians should be aware of a possible association between HS and inflammatory eye disease, perhaps arising from an immune dysregulation phenomenon similar to that which links Crohn’s and HS.
A patient with metastatic clear cell adenocarcinoma of müllerian origin met the criteria for PDX-guided treatment: frequent upfront surgery providing ample donor tissue, rapid tumor proliferation and the absence of a definitive standard of care.
A Q&A with two leading pain management experts provides insight into opioid use and abuse in the U.S. compared to Europe.
Ureteroscopy for urinary stone disease is safe and effective, no matter the ureteral anatomy, according to a Cleveland Clinic study.
Nurses implement continuous improvement projects so they can be more prepared with medical emergency response teams are called on to save lives.