Evaluating Chronic Pelvic Pain
Chronic pelvic pain is costly to diagnose and treat, but appropriate and timely interventions can lead to a restoration of quality of life.
Image IQ: Young Woman With Pelvic Pain
QUIZ: These images are from a young woman with pelvic pain. What do you see?
Two New Drugs Show Promise for Endometriosis
Two new compounds, oxabicycloheptene sulfonate and chloroindazole, were successfully tested in early studies to treat endometriosis.
Are Too Many Hysterectomies Being Performed?
Nearly 1 in 5 hysterectomies for benign indications were unnecessary, and nearly 2 in 5 had unsupportive pathology in women younger than 40.
Story Telling and the Emotional Component of Healing
Addressing the emotional component of a patient's diagnosis isn't often feasible, but these tools can help patients with this important aspect of healing.
Q&A: How New Technology Can Improve GYN Surgery
Ever wonder about investing in 3D technology, the best candidates for LESS, and the utility of dual-function instruments? Here's one OB/GYN's opinion.
Major Gaps in Endometriosis Diagnosis, Treatment
The clinical and scientific realms of endometriosis have significant gaps, highlighted by persistent delays in diagnosis and underestimates of harm.
Augmented Reality, Other Trainers for Complex Disease
Complex GYN surgeries require a competency level that traditional training often can't provide. Here, the latest trends in surgical training are discussed.
Poll: The Effect of Nursing Quality on Hospital Rankings
The best-ranked hospitals for gynecology have once again been listed by U.S. News & World Report. We noticed a trend—observational only—and want to know what you think.
It Takes a Village: Making the Case for Teamwork
Drs Louise King, Camran Nezhat, and Paul Wetter discuss an effective teamwork model, agreeing that patients have better outcomes when clinicians work as a team.