Acute infective tricuspid valve endocarditis in an IV drug user poses few management options. This intraoperative video profiles one option that yielded success in a 29-year-old patient.
When experience and innovation matter: A 65-year-old man with an acute presacral anastomotic leak and large hematoma ultimately has a stoma closure and avoids a permanent ostomy.
Aside from his COPD, this 75-year-old man had been healthy until one month earlier. How would you diagnose him?
Fistula formation is a very rare but recognized complication of atrial ablation. This striking case study illustrates some lessons in its recognition and management.
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The dramatic case of a 56-year-old with an ICD for radiation-associated heart disease shows why performing high-risk lead extractions in a hybrid OR with surgical backup can be critical.
Following two previous surgeries elsewhere, a 43-year-old woman undergoes a third redo pouch and loop ileostomy for ulcerative colitis with remarkable results.
A 65-year-old female with PBC and a 54-year-old male with hepatitis C-related cirrhosis and HCC benefit from simultaneous liver transplants from one deceased donor.
A Wisconsin academic center’s rate of prolonged ventilation in post-CABG patients wasn’t consistent with its broader cardiac surgery quality standards. Here’s how Cleveland Clinic helped turn that around.
Well-coordinated, multidisciplinary care is imperative to successfully treating patients with a musculoskeletal tumor – whether malignant, metastatic, or a complex benign aggressive diagnosis, such as the case presented here.
This case of a patient with congenital hydrocephalus models how pediatric neurosurgery programs can cater to the continuing needs of complex pediatric neurosurgery patients as they enter adulthood.