A new generation of leaders in the field of colorectal surgery at Cleveland Clinic is finding solutions for patients with complex cases who have been told, “It can’t be done.” Discover more
From single-port to endoscopy/laparoscopy to robotics, Cleveland Clinic’s minimally invasive surgery team brings the most advanced techniques to colorectal surgery patients.
Cleveland Clinic colorectal surgeons are among the nation’s most experienced in reoperative, complex cases. Discover how our team can help your patients.
With more than 5,000 initial and 500 reoperative pouch surgeries performed to-date, Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Ileal Pouch Disorders specializes in improving the quality of life of pouch patients from across the globe.
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From intervening in colorectal-related cancer to utilizing a gold mine of outcomes data, discover how the latest bench research at Cleveland Clinic may one day improve outcomes for colorectal cancer patients.
Cleveland Clinic colorectal surgeons are partnering with colleagues nationwide through the OSTRiCh consortium to help improve the care rectal cancer patients receive and to improve outcomes.
Today, pouch disorders are no longer lumped together in one diagnostic bucket. Understanding which of 5 types of pouch disorders your patient has is key to providing the best possible therapy.
A sea change may be ahead for minimally invasive surgical treatment of colorectal disease. Robotic surgery to treat rectal cancer offers better visualization, dexterity and retraction than traditional laparoscopy.
ESD is being used at a handful of U.S. centers to remove large colonic polyps. Discover more about this approach, which may soon be more widely adopted by surgeons and endoscopists.