An occluded stent, infected femorofemoral bypass graft and external iliac artery plaque were removed with remote endarterectomy, restoring circulation through a single incision and avoiding another bypass operation.
Resistant hypertension remains a leading cause of cardiovascular morbidity and mortality. Cleveland Clinic’s Resistant Hypertension Clinic offers diagnostic assessment, monitoring and clinical care. Clinical trials are evaluating potential new therapies.
New hope for patients with no bone marrow donor match
Art and music therapy help patients in the pediatric psychiatry unit at Cleveland Clinic’s Fairview Hospital express themselves and learn coping skills.
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A 29-year-old woman is referred to Cleveland Clinic Lupus Clinic with multiple symptoms. The physician team creates a treatment strategy that results in rapid resolution of many problems.
As routine psychosocial screening of oncology patients for distress becomes required for accreditation, Cleveland Clinic has developed a system that uses an EMR-integrated screening tool to assess all patients at check-in.
Nephrotic syndrome is one of the most vexing challenges in pediatric nephrology. Cleveland Clinic Children’s is taking part in two NIH-sponsored trials to find new treatments through better understanding of the disease.
Dr. Mike Robich talks about his training as a cardiothoracic surgery resident at Cleveland Clinic Heart and Vascular Institute.
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