Cleveland Clinic Upper Extremity Center surgeons are using new technology that minimizes intraoperative guesswork, eliminates the need for freehand osteotomy and correction, and adds precision to the restoration of anatomy.
Choosing treatments based on individual biomarkers instead of pathology can improve survival rates in some pediatric cancers
If this research is successful, physicians may be able to monitor IBD activity through blood tests instead of imaging studies, saving money and reducing patient radiation exposure.
Real-world management of UTIs and vesicoureteral reflux doesn’t stay within the neat lines of medical societies’ formal recommendations. Here’s advice for handling some issues the guidelines don’t touch.
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Early intervention can help children on the autism spectrum move on to less intensive placements afterward
Nurse residency programs bridge the gap from academia to professional practice, improving nurse confidence and competence and serving as a strategic investment in new graduate nurse success and patient safety and care.
Addition of a conventional maintenance agent to rituximab and glucocorticoids reduced the incidence of GPA relapse without resulting in a higher incidence of adverse events in study.
In a small study of patients with nonsevere relapsing GPA, abatacept was well tolerated and was associated with a high frequency of disease remission and prednisone discontinuation.
Biobanking is an increasingly integral part of Cleveland Clinic’s Department of Rheumatic and Immunologic Diseases, providing insights that improve patient outcomes in many areas.
Most growth-plate injuries heal uneventfully, but certain cases may cause growth arrest with subsequent leg length inequality and progressive deformity. Find out the latest Cleveland Clinic research that may one day help.