These abstracts from the American Society of Hematology’s 2016 annual meeting caught our attention for their potential impact on clinical practice and research in the field.
A Cleveland Clinic team successfully completed the world’s first transcatheter tricuspid valve replacement in November 2016, raising hopes for a minimally invasive option for severe tricuspid regurgitation.
Watch Cleveland Clinic surgeon Steven Wexner, MD, perform gracilis transposition to treat both rectovaginal and rectourethral fistulas.
When the epithelial basement membrane fails to regenerate normally, it allows high levels of two cytokines to penetrate the stroma and this results in haze.
A nurse-led study examined the link between hospital window views and clinical outcomes, considering whether rooms with a view of nature, buildings or the sky affect factors ranging from perceived health to length-of-stay.
Untreated sleep-disordered breathing is an important potential etiology for reduced quality of life in hypertensive patients, suggests a large observational study from Cleveland Clinic.
Cleveland Clinic researchers solve a puzzle that brings them one step closer to finding a treatment for glioblastoma.
Two brief case reports on the use of temporary anchorage devices (TADs) to treat the malocclusions show it’s a promising option for patients reluctant to undergo orthognathic surgery.
If you’ve wondered how using social media might help your practice, here’s where to begin
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