A 42-year-old with severe aortic dissection related to Marfan syndrome undergoes a three-stage reconstruction with a branched frozen elephant trunk modification as its centerpiece. Learn what drives the planning process.
Three propensity analyses among 14,294 cardiac surgery patients over 5 years. That’s what researchers drew from to assess the safety of including aortic replacement in multicomponent operations. Here’s a quick take on the findings.
Images tell the story in this case of a highly functional elderly man who benefited from an inventive endovascular strategy for a large pseudoaneurysm close to the sternum and prior CABG grafts.
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In this video, a surgeon who implanted the first Perceval valve in the U.S. following its FDA approval in January shares thoughts on which patients make the best candidates for sutureless valve technology.
The year just passed was full of insights and innovations likely to be felt for many years to come. Here are 15 such developments in which Cleveland Clinic staff played key roles.
A new aortitis classification and discovery of a novel autoantigen’s role in aortitis are the latest insights to result from the intersection of high aortic surgery volumes with premier vasculitis expertise.
Current Cleveland Clinic heart and vascular studies include two on leadless pacemakers, one on evolocumab for statin intolerance and one on gut flora reduction after dietary intervention.