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Can We Improve The Outcomes Of Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia Repairs

This Innovations in Surgery program aired on Friday, October 1, 2021. Emanuele Lo Menzo, MD, from the Cleveland Clinic Florida Hospital presents "Can We Improve The Outcomes Of Complex Abdominal…

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The Role of Robotics in Bariatrics

August 13, 2021 Surgery Live presents "The Role of Robotics in Bariatrics" This broadcast discusses the role of robotics in bariatric surgery. It features two cases. The first case is a 45…

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Ready, Set…Wait? Surgical Management of Crohn’s Enterocutaneous Fistula

April 9, 2021 Surgery Live presents "Ready, Set…Wait? Surgical Management of Crohn’s Enterocutaneous Fistula" This episode of Surgery live presents a case of a 61 year old…

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Diverticulitis Update

Live from Cleveland Clinic: Diverticulitis Update was broadcast on Wednesday, February 10, 2021. This program features discussions on the medical and surgical management of diverticulitis. There are…

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Primary Prevention of Cardiovascular Disease in Women

New primary prevention guidelines for women addresses both risk factors unique to women, such as auto-immune disease and pregnancy related factors, as well as differences in traditional risk factors…

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June 27th - IBD Live

Thursday, June 27, 2019 7:00am – 8:00am EST Moderator: Raymond Cross, MD (Maryland) Case discussions: A 31 year old female with Crohn’s disease and lower extremity edema ……

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Thoracic aorta disease in an asymptomatic primary prevention population

Dr. Milind Desai, Medical Director of the Aorta Center, discusses a recently published paper looking at a series of asymptomatic middle aged males who underwent chest computed tomographyalong with…

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Non-invasive detection using computed tomography and prediction of residual cardiovascular risk

(the CRISP CT study) Dr. Milind Desai describes the findings of a post-hoc analysis of outcome data gathered prospectively from two independent cohorts of consecutive patients undergoing coronary CTA…

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