Give this to your patients who have questions about the role of ultrasound with cfDNA.
The data, say the authors, support counseling post-reproductive women undergoing hysterectomy about the risks and benefits of retaining their fallopian tubes.
An analysis looks at the impact of diet on bone mineral density. Also, an examination of which antidepressants in pregnancy may increase the risk of birth defects. Plus: Is the mortality rate of cervical cancer underestimated?
This supplement will review the technology, data and clinical experiences using the MyoSure® Hysteroscopic Tissue Removal System (Myosure Tissue Removal System).
With incidence of this birth defect on the rise, ob/gyns need to understand how best to spot and deal with it.
Fibroids are extremely common in women of reproductive age. One large study reported that 70% of Caucasian and 80% of African-American women had at least one ultrasound- or pathology-confirmed fibroid by the end of their reproductive years. While many of these women experience no negative effects of fibroids on their reproductive function, a significant number are at increased risk of infertility, miscarriage, or poor obstetric outcomes.
67% of residency directors reported that a lack of faculty expertise in medical ethics was a significant barrier to their attempts to provide a more comprehensive educational process. I have a proposal for a solution to these problems: Teaching about the “house of ethics” in ob/gyn, as we do at Vanderbilt University.
Find out how to do the Z technique in ultrasound while looking for an IUD.
The 2016 Annual Global Congress for ACOG featured new insights, lively debates, and more. Here's a sample of what the Contemporary OB/GYN staff overheard during the meeting.