Researchers studied single-port laparoscopic surgery outcomes in gynecologic oncology patients. They found few complications but a higher hernia rate that led them to try new closure techniques.
Head & Neck surgeon uses minimal access vascularized fascia lata flap as an alternative to traditional free tissue transfer for palate repair.
New research sheds light on how alcohol damages the liver, providing hope for new therapies. Drs. Gail Cresci and Laura Nagy explain.
Meaningful acts of self-care can take a mere 60 seconds. Taylor Rush, PhD, explains why caregivers should make them a priority.
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Recent advances in treating glycogen storage disease mean children affected can now lead normal lives.
In this Q&A, ACNO Kristine Adams shares her thoughts about care coordination, the future of population health management, and how care management and transitions of care lead to population health improvements.
A retrospective review found that the presence of variants of uncertain significance on multigene panel testing does not increase the rate of contralateral prophylactic mastectomies.
Instead of one in three U.S. adults having hypertension, nearly one in two will now be classified as having hypertension. Accurate measurements in and out of the office are key. Lifestyle changes are getting major emphasis.
A new study from the Cleveland Clinic IVF laboratory looks at the correlation between embryo growth kinetics and chromosome status with an eye toward finding a less invasive method to select euploid embryos.
Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, shares how his own experience with a serious illness informs his view of patients with cancer.