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Cleveland Clinic’s Chair of Gastroenterology shares her perspective on what it takes to become a leader in a specialty where women are underrepresented.
Findings from a 2023 ASCRS presentation indicate that both 2-stage and modified 2-stage approaches are viable management strategies for Crohn’s patients who require a temporary ileostomy.
When a 31-year-old man with a five-month history of episodic weakness and confusion presented to Cleveland Clinic London’s endocrinology outpatient department, his puzzling symptoms led diabetes and endocrinology consultant Professor Barbara McGowan on a diagnostic odyssey.
A complicated diverticulitis case underscores the importance of collaboration and quality-of-life improvement options when considering treatment approaches.
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Laparoscopic living donor hepatectomy (LDH) with a left-lobe graft (LLG) for living donor liver transplantation (LDLT) is beneficial for both donors and recipients —findings that could influence the liver transplant landscape.
Results from a large cohort, retrospective analysis indicate that anastomotic leaks may not occur as frequently as previously reported.
A multicenter cohort study of patients with obesity suggests a decreased risk of developing new obesity-related cancers in patients with a history of bariatric surgery.
Three presentations from the DDW 2023 conference help identify best candidates and illustrate the positive impact redo IPAAs can have on a patient’s QoL.
Investigators at the Cleveland Clinic are exploring the possibility that blocking “creeping fat” may help to reduce stricture formation in Crohn’s disease.
Findings from a new study indicate TNT as a strong option for managing rectal cancer and also identify patient predictors for who could likely achieve a complete response from the therapy.