Brian Bolwell, MD, Chair of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center, explains why ‘I don’t know’ is sometimes the best and his favorite answer.
Nurses often focus so much on caring for others that they fail to properly care for themselves. Resolve to put yourself first in 2018.
In this case study, cornea specialist Ronald Krueger, MD, outlines his careful workup for a patient arriving for a fourth opinion. What was causing his long-standing and debilitating diplopia?
Pulmonary pathologist Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, MD, highlights the differences between Usual Interstitial Pneumonia (UIP) and Nonspecific Interstitial Pneumonia (NSIP).
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More and more of our patients with brain metastases are undergoing stereotactic radiosurgery. Recent outcomes data show it’s paying off in terms of survival and functional performance.
Vegetations visible on echo are the main source of embolism in patients with endocarditis. This post illustrates principles for how to evaluate them to gauge embolism likelihood.
After partial nephrectomy, urologists find there’s still much follow-up work to do — from monitoring kidney function to cancer surveillance. What are the best methods for both?
Dr. Steven Nissen draws lessons for healthcare providers from Cleveland Clinic’s latest national survey of adults’ heart health knowledge and practices.
The pediatric PACU at Cleveland Clinic’s main campus changed its workflow related to postoperative pain orders and reduced patient length of stay by 23 percent.
Diversity creates a stronger team, driving both innovation and dynamic decision-making, and improves empathy, enhancing patient engagement and satisfaction.