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.
When a cardiac surgeon at UPMC Susquehanna found a cardiac tumor in an unsettling location in a patient, he turned to Cleveland Clinic for an additional take on whether it could be safely resected.
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This complex case marked by myriad comorbidities showcases the importance of patient motivation and multidisciplinary specialty expertise in advanced heart failure.
This case illustrates how and why getting a handle on epilepsy-related bullying may be a prerequisite to effective seizure control. The authors share practical management advice along the way.
A young boy’s case illustrates how recognition of Landau-Kleffner syndrome as a cause of pediatric seizures can make a huge difference to language development and other outcomes.
In the setting of prior mitral valve replacement, the challenge of repairing left ventricular outflow tract obstruction lies in widening the outflow tract without removing the prosthetic valve.
This case of a 13-year-old with super-refractory status epilepticus shows why effective epilepsy therapy sometimes requires thinking outside the brain.
As advances in genomic medicine improve the diagnosis of autoinflammatory disease and help us recognize new disorders in this class, the need for coordinated care intensifies.