Fetal therapy expert, Ahmet Baschat, M.D., M.B. B.CH. B.A.O., discusses latest research on fetoscopic tracheal occlusion for severe congenital diaphragmatic hernia.
Anna Pace, MD, discusses a new study that sought to describe migrainous headache frequency and severity and the relationship between trauma and discrimination in a sample of sexual and/or gender minority adults.
Dr. Gifford discusses the evolution and optimization of his PTA treatment algorithm, particularly the importance of treating dissections. Topics discussed include the importance of dissection management to improve patency and decrease ...
Hearing loss is associated with cognitive decline, so finding solutions that help patients stay socially connected is crucial.
Although timely diagnosis can significantly improve a patient’s future, dementia is underdiagnosed and often detected late.
Pranita Tamma, M.D., M.P.H., pediatric infectious diseases specialist and researcher and associate professor of pediatrics, has been awarded the seventh annual Gale and Ira Drukier Prize in Children’s Health Research from Weill Cornell Medicine.
Mount Sinai Researchers Discover Heightened Activity of Specific Brain Cells Following Truamatic Social Experience Blocks Social Reward and Promotes Sustained Social Avoidance That Can Contribute to Psychiatric Disorders
Past social trauma is encoded by a population of stress/threat-responsive brain cells that become hyperactivated during subsequent interaction with non-threatening social targets.
A new study links a gene called inositol polyphosphate-5-phosphatase D (INPP5D) which is concentrated in the brain’s cleanup cells known as microglia, to the inflammation that has increasingly emerged as a key mechanism contributing to Alzheimer’s disease.
Parents of newborns with anorectal defects don’t always know there’s a problem, but timely diagnosis and treatment can bring lifetime benefits.
Drawing on numerous studies, neonatologist Nandita Mandhani, MBBS, takes a deep and thoughtful dive into the issues that arise with prenatal diagnosis of these chromosomal disorders, as well as the care of affected newborns.