Repeating an endoscopy with biopsy to test for Helicobacter pylori infection after a previous negative result is relatively common but may not provide much benefit, a Cleveland Clinic study suggests.Read More
A 74-year-old patient arrived in the emergency department with shortness of breath, a history of diabetes and hypertension, and clinical signs of acute kidney injury. What caused the damage? Renal pathology using light microscopy, immunofluorescence and electron microscopy provided clues, but it took some non-standard techniques to reach a confident final diagnosis.
A novel Cleveland Clinic research program is mapping brain tissue pathology from rapid autopsy onto brain MRIs acquired throughout patients’ disease course in the search for MRI biomarkers of ALS.
This case of a young woman found to have lupus nephritis and antiphospholipid syndrome shows how renal biopsy can establish the pattern of injury and guide immunosuppressive therapy.
A recent study points out the importance of breast cancer physicians and pathologists working together to evaluate breast biopsies to arrive at the most accurate diagnosis.
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A multidisciplinary team at Cleveland Clinic has found novel autoantigens within affected vessels in patients with large vessel vasculitis, including giant cell arteritis, Takayasu arteritis and isolated focal aortitis.