We share how a woman from the U.S. Southwest with refractory leg pain used our digital platforms to plan a surgery in Cleveland that has yielded long-sought relief.
We share details and learnings from one of the very few double-lung transplants performed to date in this highly challenging clinical context.
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Ocular syphilis is challenging to diagnose, yet essential to treat properly. This case highlights what to look for and how to treat syphilitic uveitis.
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Ependymomas are such rare and diverse tumors that there’s little hope in predicting their behavior. This case reveals how extensive their infiltration can be, and how that need not augur poor prognosis.
The case of a 62-year-old woman hospitalized for COVID-19 shows how anxiety-induced hyperventilation can compromise lung function — and how effective anxiety treatment can promote overall recovery.
When an alliance partner hospital looked for advice on how to manage surging electrophysiology lab volumes, our data review and recommendations helped them cut lab overtime hours by 44% even as volumes continued to rise.
A 77-year-old man has a yearlong history of difficulty walking, intermittent vertigo, syncope, headache and leftward veering of his gait — but only when he moves his head a certain way.
A fetal echo in the third trimester showed left ventricular dilation, poor aortic valve function and severe mitral regurgitation. Is it a left ventricular aneurysm or dilated cardiomyopathy?
Plastic bronchitis typically develops after Fontan palliation of single-ventricle physiology. This case offers a lesson in its management in a rare setting: right-sided heart failure in a child with two ventricles.