Cleveland Clinic’s MALS Team

At Cleveland Clinic, a multidisciplinary team works together to evaluate and treat patients with MALS.

Specialists from the Digestive Disease & Surgery Institute work with other specialists such as vascular surgeons when necessary to provide optimal care to patients with MALS.

Last reviewed by a Cleveland Clinic medical professional on 09/27/2017.

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