Which research results from the American Society for Radiation Oncology’s 2019 annual meeting are the most interesting or clinically relevant? The staff of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center’s Department of Radiation Oncology picks their Top 10.
Percutaneous coronary intervention (PCI) at the time of transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR) does not appear to increase TAVR risk, according to pooled results from 11 observational studies. But the safety question isn’t fully settled.
CD55 has a role in the pathogensis of endometriosis, a new Cleveland Clinic study suggests. In this article, the researchers explain the potential implications of their findings.
Oxidative stress negatively effects sperm function, according to a new Cleveland Clinic study. Researcher Ashok Agarwal, PhD, explains why he recommends testing for oxidation-reduction potential.
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Although cancer can damage the ovaries, leading to infertility and early menopause, young women with cancer have several options for fertility preservation. Gynecologic oncologist Mariam AlHilli, MD, discusses a case in which three different fertility preservation procedures were conducted to give a young woman her best chance at future fertility.
Neurosurgeon Mark Bain, MD, explores the recent evolution of brain aneurysm repair in this episode of our Neuro Pathways podcast. Along the way he shares excitement over new 3D-printed replicas and outcomes that loom unexpectedly large for patients.
Time-lapse technology allows the continuous monitoring of embryonic development, aiding in embryonic selection. Microbiologist Nina Desai, PhD, explains the development of a predictive model for euploid blastocyst selection.
Cleveland Clinic Community Care is transforming primary care with a comprehensive team of caregivers, embedded pharmacists and warparound services to ensure precise, preventive and high-touch care. Adam Myers, MD, MHCM, Chief of Population Health, explains.
Dermatologic complications are common in lung transplant recipients, and early treatment for suspicious lesions is crucial in this population. Learn more about five different types of cutaneous complications.
With advances in pediatric cancer treatment routinely enabling long-term survival, counseling young patients and their families before treatment about infertility risk and preservation strategies is essential.