If urethral perforation occurs after synthetic midurethral sling placement, transvaginal removal is an option. In this video, Cleveland Clinic urological surgeon Howard Goldman, MD, demonstrates the pre-procedure patient evaluation and surgical technique of transvaginal sling removal from the urethra of a 66-year old patient with a history of urinary retention and urinary tract infections.
Daniel F. Martin, MD, Chair, Cole Eye Institute, discusses key five-year findings from the Comparison of AMD Treatments Trials (CATT) study at ARVO 2016.
In honor of National Nurses Week 2016, ECNO Kelly Hancock recognizes the winner of Cleveland Clinic’s Nurses Week T-shirt design contest.
Images tell the story in this case of a highly functional elderly man who benefited from an inventive endovascular strategy for a large pseudoaneurysm close to the sternum and prior CABG grafts.
Surgery for stress urinary incontinence can reduce overactive bladder symptoms, but the level of improvement decreases over time and can be blunted by obesity, a recent analysis reports.
The rapidly escalating price of new cancer treatments threatens to erase the value from value-based cancer care. Taussig Cancer Institute Chairman Brian J. Bolwell, MD, FACP, of Cleveland Clinic Cancer Center discusses how to approach this complex problem.
A novel collaboration among academic centers is merging the rigor of clinical trials with the scale of clinical practice to create a “learning health system” to guide multiple sclerosis care.
Two recent studies offer insights into fibroproliferative cycle that may one day lead to novel therapeutic agents for patients with idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis.
Cleveland Clinic pain specialist Teresa Dews, MD, discusses care of patients with low back pain due to workplace injuries. Helping patients return to work is often about more than treating the pain.
Recent research from the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery and the Hand Research Laboratory shows that biomechanical manipulation can reduce carpal tunnel pressure.