Surgery is typically the only option for the most severe cases of TBM, but a minimally invasive procedure is reducing morbidity and recovery time for patients.
This case outlines a comprehensive workup for a complicated case of chest pain and shortness of breath following a recent pulmonary embolism. What is the correct diagnosis for a 76-year-old man?
Robotic assistance has significantly shaped thoracic surgery and outcomes. We survey emerging applications and advice for integrating robotics into practice.
An emerging minimally invasive technique is helping thoracic surgeons keep pace with the ability to detect ever smaller lung lesions via screening CT.
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As volume-based experience continues to yield outcome dividends for patients needing esophagectomy, thoracic surgeons are increasingly turning to robotics to minimize the procedure’s invasiveness.
The need for emergency surgery in a young mother with devastating pneumonia reminded thoracic surgeon Sudish Murthy, MD, PhD, why going into the operating room with Plan A is never enough.
Results from this analysis of bronchopulmonary carcinoid cases over seven years prompted Cleveland Clinic to revise its post-resection surveillance of patients with node-negative typical carcinoids.