Experts in Cleveland Clinic’s Chronic Cough Clinic work together to get to the root causes of patients’ unexplained chronic cough. The clinic conducted a small scale study to examine neuromodulators as treatment.
The data are promising regarding PARP inhibitors, especially in recurrent ovarian cancer. Gynecologic oncologists are awaiting results of current trials in patients with newly diagnosed ovarian cancer as part of primary therapy.
When children suffer from chronic pain, a multidisciplinary pain management program can help them learn to cope.
In this interview with FierceHealthcare, Chief of Staff Brian Donley, MD, discusses efforts to achieve the Quadruple Aim of better care, better health, lower costs and a better caregiver experience.
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Cleveland Clinic is co-directing a newly launched NIH clinical trial that aims to better understand — and potentially target — the mind and body factors behind suboptimal bariatric surgery outcomes.
Pulmonary nontuberculous mycobacterial infections present a diagnostic and therapeutic challenge for clinicians.
Most HPV-positive head and neck cancer patients do well on de-intensified treatment but two Cleveland Clinic oncologists have evidence that a significant subset of this group does not.
Implementing the use of smartphones for safety check rounding in Behavioral Health was a team effort and it’s paying off with greater efficiency and attention to patients.
High-resolution 7T MRI can identify otherwise unrecognizable lesions — and enable tailored SEEG electrode implantation that leads to precise localization of the epileptic zone. This case illustrates how.
Robert Kotloff, MD, 2016 recipient of the American Thoracic Society Outstanding Educator Award, reflects on how Bob Dylan’s “He not busy being born is busy dying,” applies to a fulfilling career in medicine.