Ongoing Cleveland Clinic research in an animal model of chronic spinal cord injury has shown promising results in preventing deterioration of bladder function, which is very important to these patients.
New developments promise further progress against restenosis and thrombosis after percutaneous vascular interventions. Cleveland Clinic interventionalists share perspectives on three leading developments.
Cleveland Clinic research finds that simple lifestyle modifications, especially weight loss, can lessen most metabolic syndrome abnormalities, making dietary and activity changes an important pre- and post-transplant strategy to improve living kidney donors’ health.
Participating Cleveland Clinic investigator says evolocumab’s sustained LDL reductions over 11 months and halving of cardiovascular event rates suggest “we are on the right track” with PCSK9 inhibitors.
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A simpler way of recreating mucosal lining using vascularized fascia lata provides more versatile tissue with negligible harvest-site morbidity in nasal reconstruction, leading to adequate nasal patency with fewer revisions
A new generation of leaders in the field of colorectal surgery at Cleveland Clinic is finding solutions for patients with complex cases who have been told, “It can’t be done.” Discover more
Cleveland Clinic’s Annual Nursing Research Conference attracts leading national and international nurse experts, giving clinical nurses the opportunity to transform their practices through research and dissemination.
Here’s what Cleveland Clinic’s Director of Cardiovascular Imaging finds most encouraging from the long-awaited PROMISE trial on assessment strategies for new-onset chest pain.
A comparison of gene expression in peripheral lymphocytes between bipolar patients with mania and ones with depression found that a number of genes have significantly different expression.
The American Pain Society named Cleveland Clinic Children’s Pediatric Pain Rehabilitation Program a 2015 Clinical Center of Excellence in Pain Management. The program’s unique approach earns notable outcomes.