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Let's face it: Sometimes the practice of medicine, despite all its glorification, can become routine. So how do you stay challenged professionally? Is it a matter of downgrading or upgrading your services, volunteering, or is this something that requires acceptance? One Ob/Gyn weighs in.
Even in a surgical setting, 3D technology can draw a crowd.
Gynecologists should expect appointment time with patients to include a discussion about the utility and safety of vaginal steam baths.
Opioid use in women of reproductive age should be better monitored, and physicians should be more judicious in their prescribing, says a CDC report.
These 5 predictions by Adam Wolfberg, MD, provide insight into how genetic testing—NIPT to microarray and cost to quality—continues to evolve.
Prophylactic manual rotation to avoid operative delivery may not be effective, according to a recent Cochrane meta-analysis.
Could the approval of bevacizumab for advanced cervical cancer and platinum-resistant ovarian cancer last year lead to patient-specific therapies?
Approved treatments of menopause-related symptoms can have narrow indications, but they may offer broader relief of the most bothersome menopause symptoms.
In this video, Steven R. Goldstein, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU, discusses new research he presented in October at the 25th annual North American Menopause Society meeting.
How much does ospemifene really help in the improvement of sexual function in postmenopausal women? David Portman, MD, discusses new study findings.
Maestro AR, an advanced, procedure-specific training software, gives users of the da Vinci robotic surgical system instant feedback in a 3D environment.
Actress Kim Cattrall discusses her menopause journey and partnership with Tune In To Menopause, an awareness campaign designed to empower women.
Research suggests that prophylactic 17P can be useful in reducing the risk of spontaneous preterm delivery (SPTD), and one large study showed how compliance, and therefore results, can be improved.
Your patient just received devastating news: she has cancer. As treatment options and anxieties swirl, more and more women are now faced with another issue: how will the cancer and its treatment impact their fertility?
Lead researcher Dr Janet McLaren discusses the results of a new study exploring new concerns that rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, and inflammatory bowel disease may lead to premature ovarian failure and early menopause.