SMFM 2015: New research shows that fetuses of a certain sex are at increased risk for spontaneous preterm birth.
SMFM 2015: A failed result on noninvasive prenatal testing (NIPT) may provide insight into what subsequent tests may find, research reveals.
This second-trimester fetus has a renal abnormality. Can you identify it?
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) are at increased risk for metabolic and heart diseases and nearly twice as likely to be hospitalized.
New research from SMFM 2015 shows women whose mothers had preeclampsia or low birth weight are more likely to have the condition in pregnancy.
Probiotics don't improve the metabolic health of women with GDM but may help those at risk for future metabolic and cardiovascular disease.
Two new compounds, oxabicycloheptene sulfonate and chloroindazole, were successfully tested in early studies to treat endometriosis.
Neil S. Silverman, MD, addressed the recent measles outbreak and made these suggestions for women who are pregnant or trying to become pregnant.
Consider thyroid disorders, such as hyperthyroidism, when evaluating women with fertility problems and recurrent early pregnancy loss.
Challenge your diagnostic skills. What's your diagnosis based on these fetal abdominal images?
Women who experience menopause before age 46 have an increased risk of heart disease, and smoking status can modifying this risk in older women.
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.