The decision to take a statin for primary prevention of coronary disease is a personal one involving the weighing of multiple factors. In many cases, calcium scoring should be part of the mix.
The most comprehensive literature review of structural valve deterioration to date just took on this question. Although data were abundant, useful comparisons were few. The authors explain.
Endostents previously placed for narrowed renal arteries pose a problem during robot-assisted partial nephrectomy. The stents are not strong enough to withstand bulldog clamps. This video shows how to “call off the dogs.”
While the approval of the first DTC pharmacogenomics test provides exciting opportunities to educate the general public about the clinical value of pharmacogenomics, it also must be viewed with caution.
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Immunosuppressants can be scary but the case of a pseudophakic teenager with uveitis, glaucoma and diminishing vision is an example of how they can be an effective therapy ‒ if used properly.
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Which presentations from the American Society for Radiation Oncology’s recent annual meeting have the greatest potential to change the practice of radiation oncology? Cleveland Clinic experts provide their picks.
The Medical Intensive Liver Unit expedites diagnosis and treatment for patients with acute and chronic liver failure, cirrhosis and related complications, hepatitis and potential candidates for liver transplantation.
For our Chief of Operations, success in building a patient-centered culture comes down to recruiting the right people, commitment to extensive training and, in some cases scripting how caregivers should deal with people and situations.
The national PI of the ROADMAP trial shares his passion for VADs, current research projects that excite him and why he made a mid-career move to Cleveland Clinic.