These nine slides depict calcinosis, including the case of a 29-year-old female whose dystrophic calcinosis progressed relentlessly, ultimately covering her entire body like an exoskeleton.
How does ultrasonography compare with the gold standard of computed tomography when it comes to detecting kidney stones and accurately determining their size? International authority Manoj Monga, MD, describes the results of a study he and his colleagues undertook to answer those questions.
Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) is an underdiagnosed condition, many, including physicians, are losing sleep over. Only 10 percent of people with OSA are diagnosed — an unsettling statistic, considering the adverse health effects.
Heart failure care in the Middle East has tended to focus on acute decompensation. A new program at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi is expanding the focus to keeping patients out of the hospital in the first place.
Patients with Parkinson’s may exhibit symptoms similar to those of cervical spondylotic myelopathy. For the first time, a study reports outcomes following cervical decompression in patients with both conditions.
Long hours, rotating shifts and caring for critically ill patients can lead to nurse burnout. Cleveland Clinic’s Wellness Enterprise offers advice for reducing stress and avoiding burnout.
Cleveland Clinic has invested millions to find and fix complex patient care issues. At the Patient Experience Summit 2016, Dr. Cosgrove explains how openly addressing problems brings a sharp focus on quality.
A new national database analysis shows that adult congenital heart disease is placing a large and growing burden on emergency departments. This infographic shares the data essentials at a glance.
Surgeons from around the world and from multiple specialties gather in Korea to advance minimally invasive surgery techniques. The 8th annual Clinical Robotic Surgery Association Worldwide Congress takes place Oct. 6-8.
Invasive electrode evaluation should be undertaken only to determine a course of action for epilepsy surgery, not to fish for unexpected results or provide more evidence for an already clear decision. Here’s a great case example