Choosing the right type of artificial nails is more than a cosmetic decision. Learn the pros and cons of acrylic, gel and dip nails in this infographic.
Cleveland Clinic has pioneered the use of augmented reality (AR) in face transplantation. Discover how 3D holographic images guided surgeons through a total face transplant.
Discover how a total face transplant in 2017 is helping a young woman whose injury robbed her of vision, speech, and the ability to swallow, chew and breathe through her nose.
Discover how innovation and teamwork transformed the life of a young gunshot wound survivor. Here is a behind-the-scenes look at the third face transplant performed at Cleveland Clinic.
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A 21-year-old woman with a gunshot wound to the face has undergone a total face transplant at Cleveland Clinic. It’s the hospital’s first transplant of effectively 100 percent of a patient’s facial tissue, and its third face transplant overall.
Cleveland Clinic completely supports vaccination. Harmful myths about vaccines have been scientifically debunked in rigorous ways. Yet approximately 42,000 adults and 300 children in the United States die each year from vaccine-preventable diseases. Vaccines are one of this era’s greatest healthcare achievements.
Can sending electrical impulses deep within the brain help partially paralyzed stroke survivors move again? That’s a question Cleveland Clinic researchers hope to answer in a pioneering study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
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With 3D printing, you can create a perfect model of a person’s heart, lung, liver or other organ. These models have many uses in healthcare. They can help surgeons plan a procedure and help train medical students.