More blood vessels will be opened in the next few years, and it will be done less invasively and in a wider population of patients. Expert cardio-aortic and vascular surgeons share key predictions.
Key clinicians from our Aorta Center share guidance on care from referral to medical and surgical management to patient and family follow-up.
Cleveland Clinic now offers external providers free online access to its wildly popular internal Tall Rounds program exploring clinical challenges from a multiplicity of subspecialty perspectives.
For the first time, a statistical relationship has been established between the shapes of bicuspid aortic valves and the patterns of aortic aneurysms.
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Fistula formation is a very rare but recognized complication of atrial ablation. This striking case study illustrates some lessons in its recognition and management.
In acute aortic dissection, frozen elephant trunk repair can be done with mortality comparable to conventional hemiarch repair, a new Cleveland Clinic study shows.
Cleveland Clinic is offering two complimentary dinner symposia on the Friday evening of the ACC meeting in Orlando that can’t be beat for practical clinical value.
Cleveland Clinic is spearheading a diverse collaboration to understand the pathogenesis of aortic diseases and develop criteria for testing endovascular devices to treat them.
Bold research project will focus on the role of the extracellular matrix in cardiovascular development and disease.
Findings from the Perceval IDE trial will broaden use of the sutureless valve to more patients at low risk from surgery. The lead investigator explains why that’s a natural fit.