Intraoperative MRI is becoming a useful tool for select musculoskeletal tumors that cannot be easily localized during resection. Read how Cleveland Clinic musculoskeletal oncologists are utilizing this intriguing option.
Dearth of Alzheimer Therapies Calls for a ‘Multiple Shots on Goal’ Strategy
A breakthrough in the quest for a disease-modifying AD therapy is long overdue. Cleveland Clinic has developed a large, diverse and multisite clinical trials program in response. Here’s what drives our approach.
A Co-Charge Nurse Ensures Better Patient Safety
Together a charge nurse and co-charge nurse have improved safety in echocardiography lab. Surveys show improved work environment for nurses.
Bicuspid Aortic Valve Repair Proves Safe, Durable
Congenital bicuspid aortic valve repair carries a low risk of death, stroke and re operation, and prevents the need for lifelong anti-coagulation required for a prosthetic valve.
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Dedicated Cancer Rehabilitation: Lessons in Promoting QOL Throughout the Course of Care
Effective physical rehabilitation for cancer patients tailors therapy to differing needs at each stage of the disease process. Here are tips from Cleveland Clinic’s recent experience.
Unique Thrombosis Center Coordinates Better Care
Specialized team focuses on research, reducing costs
SEEG-Guided Resection: Another Opportunity for Seizure Freedom in Difficult-to-Localize Pediatric Focal Epilepsy
In highly selected cases, SEEG-guided resection can safely overcome many limits of standard invasive monitoring and yield seizure freedom for children with nonlocalizable refractory focal epilepsy.
Provocative Testing & Coronary Artery Spasms
When catheterization reveals normal coronary arteries in a patient complaining of angina, the tendency is to suspect a noncardiac condition. But if the patient continues to have angina, the diagnosis of coronary artery (CA) spasm should be considered.
Highlights from ASTRO 2014
Oncologist discuss the latest discoveries and findings impacting radiation oncology at the 56th annual meeting
Post-Concussion Return to Play in Student Athletes: Guidance to Avoid Cumulative Injuries
Concussed athletes who return to play too soon and sustain a repeat concussion may suffer cumulative effects that prolong recovery and compromise school performance. Here’s advice for avoiding that scenario.