"Perhaps the last morcellator remaining in the market should be used to morcellate the tort system ..."
A new report shows that monitoring and early intervention may help reduce adverse outcomes and malpractice claims.
Readers respond to articles on refractory vulvovaginitis and the bimanual pelvic examination.
The initial findings from the WHI were concerning, but subsequent detailed analysis and long-term follow-up of women enrolled in these trials have brought perspective.
Writers emphatically agree with Dr. Lockwood's column on the ACP guideline regarding annual pelvic exams.
If you are like me, you had no idea who provided the money to pay your salary as a resident. I just assumed it was my hospital. But the federal government spends more than $15 billion per year on residency and fellowship training, and many are asking why physicians deserve this special largesse denied other professionals.
Readers respond to ‘Euploid single embryo transfer: The new IVF paradigm’
Tdap vaccination is both safe and recommended for all pregnant women during every pregnancy, regardless of the timing of their last Tdap immunization.
Was there an unreasonable delay in making the diagnosis, and did that delay have an effect on the patient’s treatment and overall life expectancy?
Know your limitations, document, train, and communicate, says this MFM specialist who has served as an expert witness.