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A new program in Cleveland Clinic’s Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute treats thyroid nodules with a procedure that can be performed with local anesthesia in an office setting.
Treatment decisions for indeterminate nodules can be challenging, as evidenced by a new study that finds a high rate of intra or post-operative conversion from unilateral thyroid lobectomy to complete thyroidectomy. Endocrine surgeon Allan Siperstein, MD, explains the implications of his research.
Two decades of data suggest that laparoscopic ablation can achieve local tumor control and improve quality of life in patients with multifocal, small neuroendocrine liver metastases, according to a new study. In this article, endocrine surgeon Eren Berber, MD, discusses his research, as well as follow-up protocol and salvage treatment for these patients.
Autofluorescence signature may assure surgeons when they identify what they suspect to be a parathyroid gland. Endocrine surgeon Eren Berber, MD, discusses his latest research.
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Endocrine surgeon Allan Siperstein, MD, explains how a new patient-reported outcomes measure may complement workup and treatment of parathyroid and thyroid patients.
An endocrine surgeon explains when parathyroidectomy is indicated, how it’s performed and how it can help patients with hyperparathyroidism.
Eren Berber, MD, performs robotic thyroidectomy using transaxillary or transoral approaches to hide surgical scars. This improves cosmetic outcomes and engages patients in shared decision-making. Here he shares a case report.
Surgeons from around the world and from multiple specialties gather in Korea to advance minimally invasive surgery techniques. The 8th annual Clinical Robotic Surgery Association Worldwide Congress takes place Oct. 6-8.
Cleveland Clinic team’s data review identifies predictors and patterns of recurrence of pheochromocytoma after surgery and finds benefit to biochemical and imaging modalities to detect recurrence.
A Cleveland Clinic study found a clear advantage to ultrasonic shears vs. conventional knot tying in modified radical neck dissection for thyroid cancer.