Adding aspirin to chronic NSAID therapy slightly modifies celecoxib’s safely profile relative to that of two nonselective NSAIDs, but not enough to alter conclusions of the primary PRECISION trial report.
A new study found that adjuvant radiotherapy (ART) for high-risk post-prostatectomy patients is associated with superior outcomes compared to early-salvage radiotherapy (ESRT) along three key parameters.
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Team in the Cleveland Clinic Endocrinology & Metabolism Institute conducts a study to look at the clinical usefulness of chest X-rays before thyroidectomy.
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A new study identified genes and genetic variations associated with 12 loci linked to risk for atrial fibrillation. The result is a genome-wide catalog to facilitate follow-on investigations.
Pearson syndrome is among the most deadly and devastating of the mitochondrial diseases. An ongoing study will provide the first close look at its natural history. The lead investigator shares insights.
New research presented this week at the 16th World Congress of Endoscopic Surgery shows revisional surgery in patients with persistent or relapsed type 2 diabetes mellitus after bariatric surgery can significantly improve glucose control.
Distinguishing between RCVS and PACNS is critical because the treatment protocol is so vastly different. These conditions are close mimics, but the astute clinician has several tools in her armamentarium to distinguish between them.
One of the largest studies of routinely collected patient-reported outcomes after stroke suggests that executive function and patients’ social participation need more clinical attention.
This study confirms that outcomes following pouch surgery in patients with indeterminate colitis are not substantially worse than when performed in patients with mucosal ulcerative colitis. Dr. Steven Wexner examines the evidence in our latest “Viewpoints” series.