MRI is not superior to ultrasound in the diagnosis of fetal myelomeningocele, a large retrospective analysis finds. Maternal-fetal medicine specialist Katherine Singh, MD, explains.
A multidisciplinary team led by Darrell Cass, MD, has repaired myelomeningocele defects in two patients prior to birth, marking the successful beginning of Cleveland Clinic’s fetal surgery program.
Specialists from across the globe will converge at Cleveland Clinic for a two-day Urologic Congenitalism International Summit addressing the broad cultural experiences and knowledge in this evolving area of medicine.
Meet Cleveland Clinic’s new Director of Fetal Surgery, who will lead a multidisciplinary team specialized in treating highly complex cases of birth defects.
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When treating children with complicated gait abnormalities, detailed understanding of a patient’s walking impairments is important. Cleveland Clinic physiatrist Benjamin Katholi, MD, describes how technology that animates movies and video games provides valuable therapeutic insight.
More children with myelomeningocele are surviving into adulthood today, and Cleveland Clinic offers a multidisciplinary clinic to help meet their unique medical needs several times a year.