Two orthopaedic surgeons describe their approach for addressing distal tibial nonunions, both when the ankle joint is spared as well as when the ankle cannot be salvaged and concomitant fusion is required.
As the elderly population grows, so too does the necessity for healthcare tailored to their needs. Cleveland Clinic’s geriatric resource nurses educate peers and provide care for older adult patients.
The relationship between the pain specialists and the headache specialists is undeniably a reciprocal one. Cleveland Clinic physicians discuss treatment options and how they work together to help patients.
With drug-resistant bacterial infections on the rise, experts are reexamining a century-old therapy as a possible intervention. Despite some limitations, experts say it’s time to define its utility in difficult-to-treat infections. A Cleveland Clinic infectious disease physician shares a recent case study.
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The single-port robotic system, a game changer in minimally invasive urologic surgeries, was recently used in a partial nephrectomy procedure. Jihad Kaouk, MD, Director of the Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute’s Center for Robotic and Image-Guided Surgery, discusses the value of the device – and where the program is going next.
Managing patients who develop genitourinary syndrome of menopause while on endocrine therapy for breast cancer can be complex. In this article, Cleveland Clinic specialists discuss their proactive, comprehensive approach, including the latest nonhormonal and local therapies.
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Despite lingering perceptions otherwise, surgery for chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension isn’t too risky just because pulmonary artery pressures are high. Here’s a case in point.
A new study comparing two high-dose chemotherapy conditioning regimens for Hodgkin’s lymphoma shows a clear survival and relapse advantage for the BEAM regimen versus BUCYVP16, especially for higher-risk patients.
Learn how Cleveland Clinic is advancing gastrointestinal care: Examining the link between IBD and liver disease, predicting progression in Barrett’s esophagus and investigating stem cell therapy for Crohn’s disease.