This case of a 13-year-old concussed athlete with intractable symptoms yields lessons in the nuances of assessment, how to manage family expectations and the imperative for a menu of care options.
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.
Here’s why Cleveland Clinic founded its homegrown academic research organization 25 years ago — and how it continues to shape medical progress and maintain trust in the clinical trials process.
Following bowel obstruction surgery, a Utah man has been able to thrive thanks to a lifetime of healthy habits. Cleveland Clinic’s Chief Wellness Officer Michael Roizen, MD, says he is a ‘model’ patient.
Cleveland Clinic recommends routine CT scanning of the pulmonary veins three to four months after pulmonary vein isolation. This case study of a 25-year-old patient illustrates why.
Robotically assisted repair is the least invasive surgical approach for mitral regurgitation. This one-minute video shows the essentials of a robot-assisted triangular resection of the prolapsing portion of a mitral valve leaflet.
When an elderly man with no psychiatric history presents with sudden onset of agitation, consider looking to the bladder — both for possible causation and for rapid resolution of symptoms.
When conventional therapy failed a woman with a rare glioma, she sought re-treatment at Cleveland Clinic. Pulsed low-dose-rate radiation and anti-angiogenic therapy helped restore movement and speech.
Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health in Las Vegas provides treatment options for Alzheimer’s disease patients and support for their caregivers.
The combination of robot-assisted SEEG with laser ablation is still novel and evolving. This case study illustrates the advantages of this minimally invasive approach in a 17-year-old with intractable seizures.