How botulinum toxin plays an important role in the conservative management of TMJ and many other noncosmetic head and neck conditions.
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Exercise medicine physicians and radiologists regard musculoskeletal ultrasound as an important alternative to CR, X-ray and MRI modalities, specifically when it comes to sports-related injuries.
Cleveland Clinic researchers have discovered the reason why some liver transplant patients can stop their immunosuppressive medication safely. New article reveals details about immune control mechanisms.
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The new book Innovation the Cleveland Clinic Way reveals the processes and practices that have helped Cleveland Clinic launch some of healthcare’s most notable innovations.
Asking the right questions and doing a proper physical exam will elicit surprisingly useful information about your patient’s edema.
Peyronie disease occurs in as many as 9 percent of middle-aged men, but surgical intervention can help in severe cases where penile deformity makes coitus difficult or impossible.
New anticoagulants and a new occlusive device are broadening the options for stroke prevention in patients who are at increased risk for clotting. For now, though, many still use warfarin.
Fibromuscular dysplasia should be on every primary care physician’s radar because it can lead to spontaneous coronary artery dissection. Prompt referral of patients is key to successful care.
Symptoms of pericarditis often resemble other cardiac and pulmonary diseases. Accurate, evidence-based guidelines now exist to appropriately diagnose and stage pericarditis.