Cleveland Clinic


Study shows machine learning is predicting outcomes in overactive bladder

May 24, 2022

“Our algorithms were extremely accurate in predicting treatment response to both modalities. In fact, they could correctly predict which patient was a responder and which patient was a non-responder about 90% of the time in patients they had never seen before,” said Glenn Werneburg, MD, PhD.

Study aims to improve understanding of sexual and pelvic floor health after female cystectomy

April 28, 2022

“We know that, in general, cystectomy in women can disrupt pelvic floor support and innervation, as well as hormonal and sexual function, but there are no good prospective data to help us fully understand pelvic floor complications following the procedure,” said Jacqueline Zillioux, MD.

Study links socioeconomic disadvantage with increased post-cystectomy mortality

April 19, 2022

“This study really shows the power of the area deprivation index in predicting postoperative and oncologic outcomes for bladder cancer patients undergoing radical cystectomy,” said Byron H. Lee, MD, PhD, Cleveland Clinic urologist and senior author of the study.