Deemed “unresectable” elsewhere, a 42-year-old undergoes a two-stage hepatectomy and hepatic artery infusion for bilobar liver metastasis with exceptional results.
Denied surgery elsewhere, a 77-year-old undergoes a complex liver resection for hepatocellular carcinoma with outstanding results.
Told elsewhere his surgery was “impossible,” a 62-year-old undergoes a complex reoperation for biliary sclerosis at Cleveland Clinic with remarkable results.
This case of living donor liver transplantation using a small left lobe graft allowed us to treat a patient with severe portal hypertension, avoiding a crisis due to the shortage of available donor organs.
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This case of an unusual but important cause of dystonia brings forth some key insights about the use of neuromodulation therapy for this still-uncommon indication.
High-resolution 7T MRI can identify otherwise unrecognizable lesions — and enable tailored SEEG electrode implantation that leads to precise localization of the epileptic zone. This case illustrates how.
Carol Farver, MD, Director of Pulmonary Pathology, explains the characteristics and pathologic findings of usual interstitial pneumonia.
Up to one-third of patients don’t respond to cardiac resynchronization therapy. This case shows how multidisciplinary assessment and algorithm-guided care can optimize outcomes in such patients.
Expert epileptologists walk us through the meticulous process of finding the right combo regimen to bring a 49-year-old patient to seizure freedom after more than 15 years of trying.
A 56-year-old presents with acute left arm ischemia. When imaging shows a left subclavian aneurysm with embolization, the potential complexities of arterial thoracic outlet syndrome are just beginning.