A multidisciplinary team led by Darrell Cass, MD, has repaired myelomeningocele defects in two patients prior to birth, marking the successful beginning of Cleveland Clinic’s fetal surgery program.Read More
Interdisciplinary researchers are focusing a multitude of coordinated investigations on how chronic inflammation contributes to AD — and the resulting therapeutic implications.
An upcoming Cleveland Clinic professional development program provides a unique perspective on the opportunities – and challenges – for women general surgery residents.
Virtual visits can increase access without overburdening staff. Pediatric hematologist/oncologist Peter Anderson, MD, discusses how he prepares for and organizes these virtual visits to optimize health and wellness in pediatric or AYA patients with cancer and their families.
Dyspnea and related symptoms suggesting pulmonary embolism should also raise suspicion for possible chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension. In this video, a multidisciplinary panel walks through considerations in differentiating the conditions and finding the best treatment strategy.
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From increased risks to effective screening approaches, special pediatric considerations and the role of medications, our expert shares insights on the intersection of seizures and suicidality.
Pelin Batur, MD, Ob/Gyn and Women’s Health Specialist at Cleveland Clinic, reviews cervical screening methods and appropriate follow-up protocol for abnormal results.
One in five adolescents has a mental health disorder, and some of them wind up in the ED. Nurses at Cleveland Clinic Fairview Hospital share insight on screening and helping these vulnerable patients.
PD-L2 plays a significant part in prostate cancer immune modulation and could be a worthwhile prognostic biomarker as well as an immune checkpoint inhibition target, according to a large genetic analysis.
Epidural analgesia use may protect against extended length of stay in posterior segmental instrumented fusion for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis, according to a new study. Senior author and orthopaedic surgeon Ryan Goodwin, MD, explains.