Hyperglycemia in the hospital is associated with increased morbidity such as higher rates of infection and cardiac events. Cleveland Clinic endocrinologists are working to reduce the risks.Read More
Elevated hCG Can Be a Benign Finding in Perimenopausal and Postmenopausal Women
Endocrinologists review the evidence regarding how to assess perimenopausal and postmenopausal hCG elevation and provide a protocol for treating hCG elevation in postmenopausal women.
Ketogenic Diets in the Management of Type 1 Diabetes: Safe or Safety Concern?
As the ketogenic diet’s popularity rises, certain considerations need to be taken when recommending it for patients with Type 1 diabetes.
Subclinical Cushing’s Syndrome: Navigating a Gray Area
Because of complications related to diagnosis and management of subclinical Cushing’s syndrome, close monitoring of patients is essential.
Hyperparathyroidism: A Care Path Reliant on Timeliness
The most important action clinicians can take to improve hyperparathyroidism care is reducing the time between a patient initially presenting elevated calcium levels to getting them into surgery.
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Case Study Illustrates the Importance of Identifying All Parathyroid Glands in Tertiary Hyperparathyroidism
When treating patients with hyperparathyroidism, in particular hyperparathyroidism caused by kidney disease, it’s important to remember that patients can have more than four parathyroid glands.
Advances in Aggressive Thyroid Cancer Treatment
The Director of Head & Neck Endocrine Surgery at Cleveland Clinic’s Head & Neck Institute discusses how the department is contributing to the future of thyroid cancer care.
Cleveland Clinic Surgical Team Performs First Right-Sided Robotic Liver Resection
Minimally invasive liver resection is a viable alternative to traditional surgery, but accessing the right side of the liver laparascopically involves several more challenges than the left side.
Systematic Review Reinforces the Importance of Empowering Non-Physician Providers in Diabetes Care
New research suggests that the effectiveness of interventions may depend more on the frequency and delivery methods of the intervention rather than who is delivering the intervention.
Improved Quality of Life for Patients with Diabetes After Metabolic Surgery
A recent study examined the long-term effects of medical and surgical treatments of T2DM on patient reported outcomes.
New Research Illustrates AOM Effectiveness in Employee-Based Weight Management Program
Findings add more to the discussion about how to classify and treat obesity.