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Tall Rounds®

A distinctive online educational program for medical professionals from Cleveland Clinic’s Sydell and Arnold Miller Family Heart & Vascular Institute experts.

Here’s Your Exclusive Access to Lively Case-based Learning

Enrich your everyday practice through these lively case-based, decision-making discussions from the nation’s No. 1 Cardiology & Heart Surgery program* in the U.S. You’ll receive exclusive updates on the next Tall Rounds series.


Watch the latest semester of Tall Rounds:

Gosta Pettersson, MD, PhD

Mesenteric Ischemia after Open Heart Surgery

Gosta Pettersson, MD, PhD, leads the presentation and discussion about mesenteric or bowel ischemia after heart surgery, an uncommon but serious complication. A rapid team response and approach is critical to providing the patient with the best chance for good outcomes. Specialists from vascular surgery, intensive care, general surgery, colorectal surgery and gastroenterology come together to present this topic followed by a lively discussion.
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Dr. Eric Roselli

Rescue from Complications after Transcatheter Procedures

Eric Roselli MD, Chief of Adult Cardiac Surgery leads the presentation and discussion of interventional and surgical rescue techniques for complications after the placement of various endovascular devices, including abdominal endovascular repair (EVAR), electrophysiology procedures, thoracic endovascular surgery (TEVAR), and transcatheter aortic valve replacement (TAVR).
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Treatment of Bicuspid Aortic Valve Disease

Eric Roselli MD, Director of the Aorta Center at Cleveland Clinic leads the discussion on treatment of bicuspid aortic valve (BAV) disease.  A case presentation is followed by a presentation of embryology and genetics of bicuspid aortic valve, clinical presentation of BAV disease, key factors in multi-modality imaging, surgical approaches to bicuspid aortic valve with aneurysms, and minimally invasive surgical and transcatheter options.
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The Multi-disciplinary Approach to Chest Wall Disease:
Focus on Malignancies

Daniel Raymond, MD, Director of the Center for Chest Wall Disease at Cleveland Clinic leads the discussion on the team approach to malignancies. A case presentation is followed by presentations on post radiation sarcoma, post-transplant cancer, radiation treatment options, and surgical options for chest wall tumors including chest wall resection and reconstruction.
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Bridging the Gap Between Digital Health and Clinical Practice

Khaldoun Tarakji, MD, MPH, Director of the Center for Digital Health Technologies at Cleveland Clinic presents a case presentation and live virtual visit, followed by a discussion of the role of new technologies in electrophysiology, cardiac rehabilitation, and sports cardiology followed by a discussion of the benefits and challenges of technology.
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Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation

Dr. Leslie Cho, Section Head Preventive Cardiology and Rehabilitation and Director of the Women’s Cardiovascular Center at Cleveland Clinic presents a case presentation followed by presentations regarding the latest in research and clinical care by experts in exercise, hypertension, lipids, and women’s cardiovascular health. Discussion includes topics such as HDL, ldl particles, HTN, exercise in the elderly, and more.
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Complex Percutaneous Coronary Interventions

Dr. Mouin Abdallah, Co-Director of the Center for Complex Coronary Interventions leads the discussion on various techniques of revascularization such as valvular heart disease updates, high risk intervention with mechanical support; brachytherapy for restenosis; total coronary occlusion treatment and interesting data regarding long term outcomes after DES. This is followed by a lively question and answer period.
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Evaluation for Myocardial Viability Prior to Revascularization

Wael Jaber, M.D., FACC, FESC leads the discussion on evaluation of myocardial viability prior to revascularization. After a case presentation, experts discuss various imaging techniques to assess viability and how these tests factor in to who would likely benefit from revascularization; followed by a lively question and answer period.
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ECMO in the Adult Patient

Edward Soltesz, MD, Surgical Director of the Kaufman Center for Heart Failure and Recovery, leads the discussion. Following a case study, experts from heart failure, surgery, and the cath lab provide insight into how ECMO is initiated and utilized in a variety of settings and outcomes of this treatment strategy, followed by discussion.
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Cardiac Amyloidosis

Mazen Hanna, MD, co-director of Cleveland Clinic’s Amyloidosis Center, leads the discussion. Following a case study, experts provide insight into pathophysiology of amyloid, pros and cons of various diagnostic testing strategies, an algorithmic approach to diagnosis, advanced treatment options, followed by discussion.
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Getting to the Root of Thoracic Aneurysms

Eric Roselli, MD, Director of the Aorta Center, presents the discussion highlights. Beginning with a case presentation, specialists will provide short presentations on aortic root anatomy, echocardiography, tomographic imaging considerations, ideal time to operate and operative considerations; followed by a discussion.
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*U.S. News & World Report

Upcoming Topics:

  • Mesenteric Ischemia after Heart Surgery
  • Multidisciplinary Management of Acute Aortic Syndromes: Type B Dissection
  • Cardiac Sarcoidosis: Systematic Team Approach to Diagnosis and Management

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