The potentially disfiguring disease hidradenitis suppurativa (HS) is becoming increasingly important to gynecologists because early detection and early treatment may prevent long-term sequelae.
Contemporary OB/GYN technology columnist Brian A. Levine, MD, MS, discusses Google Glass in his first video about how physicians can take advantage of the new technology.
ICP is of particular importance to obstetricians because it has been connected to an increased risk of fetal complications.
Skin moisturizers marketed as "youth enhancing" may contain estrogen and could pose a risk to certain women.
PCOS is challenging to diagnose—and easy to miss—in teenagers especially because symptoms like acne and irregular periods are common in normal teens.
Advice to patient whose husband has penile lesion: get him to his doctor quickly. Possible differential diagnoses/treatments are discussed.
How many times has a patient said, "Oh, by the way, doctor..." just as you're leaving the exam room? This column will help you quickly triage those seemingly offhand yet clinically significant encounters.
A single methotrexate (MTX) injection is as effective as multiple doses for managing unruptured ectopic pregnancy, according to the results of the first randomized, prospective study to compare the two medical regimens.
The Food and Drug Administration has fully implemented a new program to ensure that the acne drug isotretinoin (Accutane) is not used by pregnant women or those who can become pregnant.