A recently approved device that incorporates magnetic technology reduces the number of incisions and gives the surgeon more control.
New Vice Chair of Innovation and Technology Dr. Matthew Kroh talks about device development, robotics, artificial intelligence and nurturing a culture of innovation
Consult QD catches up with Matthew Kroh, MD, Chairman of the Digestive Disease Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi, who talks about the significantly expanded size and scope of this Center of Excellence and the new programs and services that are addressing the Middle East’s medical needs.
Laparoscopic RYGB may become the preferred approach to decrease acid and bile reflux and preserve esophageal function in scleroderma patients.
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Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi’s Digestive Disease Institute is seeing a 30 percent increase in volumes year over year. Chief Matthew Kroh, MD, explains efforts to provide the highest quality digestive disease services in the Middle East.
Per oral endoscopic pyloromyotomy (POP) has become our first-line treatment for medically refractory gastoparesis in well selected patients. John Rodriguez, MD, explains.
Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute Chairman Conor Delaney, MD, PhD, explains why Cleveland Clinic is committed to providing digestive disease services in Abu Dhabi in our “Short Answer” series.
Matthew Kroh views his new role as Chief of the Digestive Disease Institute at Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi as growing its dynamic clinical programs and expanding to encompass Cleveland Clinic’s core missions of education and research.
Find out how a team of physicians collaborated across continents to perform the first POEM procedure in the Middle East, using a cutting-edge endoscopic technique to treat achalasia.