Patients generally acknowledge that being obese is “unhelpful” to their joints, but they often tend to believe their osteoarthritis primarily is caused by heredity or injury.
Cleveland Clinic Florida offers several ankle fusion techniques. Arthroscopic and “mini-open” approaches minimize soft tissue dissection and preserve blood supply. A posterior approach is used with anterior skin compromise.
A unique trial will test the combination of two powerful and targeted breast cancer drugs, determining their safety and tolerability in Phase I and the overall response rate in Phase II.
A recent animal study found that RSV may be transmitted vertically from the respiratory tract of the mother to the lungs of the fetus. And the virus may spread to extrapulmonary sites with sustained effects.
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A Cleveland Clinic research team is developing a novel fiber-reinforced extracellular matrix scaffolds to aid in musculoskeletal soft tissue repair.
Discover our orthopaedic surgeons’ pioneering all-arthroscopic technique for placement of an extracellular matrix dermal allograft. Our early results reported here.
Dr. Michael Robich talks about what he has learned over the past year and what is to come as he enters his third and final year as a cardiothoracic surgery fellowship.
A Cleveland Clinic-led trial is the first to assess the impact of an anti-inflammatory drug on disease progression in children with familial adenomatous polyposis (FAP) on an international level.
The keyhole minimally invasive open kidney transplant technique using the anterior rectus approach virtually eliminates wound complications and significantly shortens operative time compared with traditional surgery.
Combining scalp electroencephalography with functional magnetic resonance imaging may allow better understanding of the pathophysiologic mechanisms and patterns of epileptic activities.