If you’re looking for the latest insights and leading-edge information on IBD and gastrointestinal endoscopy, you’ll want to attend these upcoming Cleveland Clinic CME events.
Dr. Scott R. Steele’s four deployments in the U.S. Army, including two to Iraq and two to Afghanistan, taught him much about himself — both personally and as a surgeon. Learn why our colorectal surgery chairman believes both medicine and surgery are a lifelong learning adventure.
What you need to know about new colorectal cancer screening recommendations aimed at your patients ages 45 to 49.
A nomogram presented at ASCRS 2018 can help physicians easily calculate the risk of postsurgical VTE for their patients with IBD.
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Colorectal surgery chair and podcaster? In our latest “The Short Answer” series, Scott Steele, MD, explains why the podcast “Behind the Knife” is one of the most exciting things he’s done.
How do rectal cancer patients fare with multivisceral resection vs. APR? Colorectal Surgery Chairman Scott R. Steele, MD, discusses in our “The Short Answer” series.
There’s no such thing as “one-size-fits-all” when it comes to rectal cancer surgery. Colorectal Surgery Chairman Scott R. Steele, MD, explains in our “The Short Answer” series.
How will the newly issued joint guidelines improve colorectal surgery care? Get our take from Colorectal Surgery Chairman Scott Steele, MD, in our “The Short Answer” series.
Colorectal surgery chair Scott Steele, MD, offers his expert opinion on the diagnosis and treatment of this uncommon condition.