Please join our staff as we participate or present in the following oral and poster presentations at the 2016 ASTRO Annual Meeting
A roundup of news that caught the eye of Cleveland Clinic’s Dr. Lars Svensson for its implications on clinical and business aspects of cardiovascular practice.
Advances in genetics, biologics and understanding of environmental factors are getting us closer to preventing RA in susceptible patients.
It’s no secret that the role of a nurse is complex. But why? A Cleveland Clinic CNS studies the association between environmental stressors, emotional exhaustion and the complexity of nursing care.
Cortico-cortical evoked potentials (CCEPs) offer distinct advantages for invasive monitoring of epilepsy surgery patients. Now an NIH-funded project to map CCEP responses from hundreds of patients aims to yield new insights into intractable epilepsy.
From new data on the causes of obesity to alternative treatments to new medications, join us for the latest insights at the 11th Annual Obesity Summit in Cleveland.
Prostate cancer patients with an inherited gene mutation that enables intratumoral androgen synthesis are highly likely to develop resistance to androgen deprivation therapy and to die years earlier of their disease, researchers from Cleveland Clinic and Mayo Clinic have found. A screening test based on the mutation could inform clinical care.
Effective treatment of GPA is not all about immunosuppressive medications, and working with skilled otolaryngologists is key to optimizing care of patients with GPA.
Many patients with hallux rigidus don’t want to jump immediately to fusion. Cheilectomy offers a joint-preserving alternative.
A study at Cleveland Clinic found that primary hyperparathyroidism in women who underwent bone density testing was often under-recognized. Referral to a specialist is warranted to look at underlying factors. Once diagnosed, surgery found to be an effective treatment option.