While leadership principles cross industries, leadership at a large academic medical center comes with its own challenges. With hundreds of dedicated caregivers on his team for more than a decade, Brian Bolwell, MD, writes about the leadership lessons he’s realized while serving as chairman of one of the country’s top cancer institutes
This case of a 13-year-old with super-refractory status epilepticus shows why effective epilepsy therapy sometimes requires thinking outside the brain.
Research shows that lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender individuals are more likely to delay medical care. Cleveland Clinic opens two clinics to meet the unique needs of LGBT patients in a safe, friendly setting.
Worsening LV global longitudinal strain and reduced exercise capacity offer additive prognostic utility to previously known outcome predictors to guide timing of surgery in asymptomatic patients.
The year’s notable brain health developments include results from the BEAT-AD trial of bexarotene for Alzheimer’s disease and the launch of DIAGNOSE CTE for in vivo detection of chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
As advances in genomic medicine improve the diagnosis of autoinflammatory disease and help us recognize new disorders in this class, the need for coordinated care intensifies.
Both Botox and Interstim are good treatment options for patients with refractory UI, concludes a first-of-its-kind, multicenter clinical trial. The difference? It’s in the eye of the beholder.
For the first time, deep brain stimulation electrodes have been implanted in a stroke survivor to restore lost motor function. The aim is to boost rehabilitation beyond what physical therapy can do alone.
In this video, surgeons from Cleveland Clinic’s Comprehensive Hernia Center repair a recurrent subxiphoid defect measuring 25 cm by 30 cm.
Despite limitations, newer techniques have been designed and executed to effectively reconstruct the access corridor in the cramped quarters of the sinus and nasal cavities.