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Pregnancy and Birth

Hypertension, Habitual Snoring, and Adverse Pregnancy Outcomes

Snoring. Do you ask patients about it? It could be a sign of obstructive sleep apnea, which has been linked to high blood pressure and poorer pregnancy outcomes.

Pregnancy and Birth

The Joan Rivers' case revealed that safety protocols can be ignored. So how can patients, especially pregnant patients, be reassured that they are in good hands?

Nonmedical factors seem to be driving the use of episiotomies, and there remains a wide variation in episiotomy rates in hospitals nationwide.

Challenge your diagnostic skills. What uterine-related findings are revealed in this pelvic scan?

This 18-week fetus has a vascular anomaly. Can you identify it?

Can patients who desire a natural birth or vaginal delivery truly participate in shared decision making in a system of care that trends toward c-sections?

New research sheds light on how pregnancy can affect women with a mobility disability, such as a spinal cord injury or cerebral palsy.

This uterus is anything but normal, but it still seems to function. What's your diagnosis?

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