A complicated diverticulitis case underscores the importance of collaboration and quality-of-life improvement options when considering treatment approaches.
Findings from a new study indicate TNT as a strong option for managing rectal cancer and also identify patient predictors for who could likely achieve a complete response from the therapy.
Combining TNT and ESD provides effective treatment while maintaining an organ-sparing strategy.
A case report of a patient presenting with a benign tubulovillous adenoma colon polyp with malignant potential shows how endoluminal surgery offers an alternative to extensive bowel resection.
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Cleveland Clinic is pioneering the use of advanced endoscopic techniques to remove complex polyps and early malignant lesions in the digestive tract without anesthesia.
Here’s a comprehensive review of how to diagnose and grade hemorrhoids, as well as how to select the appropriate medical or surgical treatment based on current clinical evidence.
How robotic-assisted surgery is helping achieve low recurrence rates, lower anastomotic complication rates and improved outcomes for rectal cancer patients.
Research presented at DDW 2018 concludes that patients who have positive lateral pelvic lymph nodes before and after neo-adjuvant treatment are the ones who may benefit from lateral pelvic lymph node dissection. Dr. Emre Gorgun explains.
Why endoscopic submucosal dissection is an important tool that advanced endoscopists should probably use a lot.
Discover what happened when Cleveland Clinic colorectal surgeons realized that achieving sustained SSI reduction hinged on collaborative efforts among providers – with an emphasis on continuity of care.