A novel technique using the autofluorescence patterns of parathyroid glands has been found to be highly accurate in predicting normal versus abnormal glands and the subclasses of parathyroid pathologies.
Patients with uveal melanoma metastatic to the liver who present without symptoms and receive local therapy as first-line treatment have better survival outcomes those who present with symptoms and receive other first-line therapies, a Cleveland Clinic study has found.
Two decades of data suggest that laparoscopic ablation can achieve local tumor control and improve quality of life in patients with multifocal, small neuroendocrine liver metastases, according to a new study. In this article, endocrine surgeon Eren Berber, MD, discusses his research, as well as follow-up protocol and salvage treatment for these patients.
A new study confirms that cortical-sparing surgery can be a safe option for patients with genetic disease, who are at greater risk for developing subsequent tumors. In this article, Charis Eng, MD, PhD, explains the research and its implications for clinical management.
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Intraoperative autofluorescence imaging is a significant breakthrough in parathyroid surgery.
Surgeons from around the world and from multiple specialties gather in Korea to advance minimally invasive surgery techniques. The 8th annual Clinical Robotic Surgery Association Worldwide Congress takes place Oct. 6-8.
Cleveland Clinic team’s data review identifies predictors and patterns of recurrence of pheochromocytoma after surgery and finds benefit to biochemical and imaging modalities to detect recurrence.
A Cleveland Clinic study found a clear advantage to ultrasonic shears vs. conventional knot tying in modified radical neck dissection for thyroid cancer.
Patient case study highlights the accessibility of Cleveland Clinic’s adrenal disease experts.