Cystoscopy performed with a laparoscope is more time-efficient and cost-effective than cystoscopy with the traditional cystoscope, according to a randomized pilot study.
Compared with women who do not use hormonal contraception, most women who take progestin-only contraception are not at increased risk for venous thromboembolism, according to the results of a new meta-analysis.
There is insufficient evidence to determine whether measurement of symphysis fundal height (SFH) can effectively detect intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), concludes a new systematic review.
Preconceptual laparoscopic abdominal cerclage is associated with favorable perinatal outcomes in patients with a poor obstetric history, concludes a new study.
A noninvasive, simple visual examination of the urethral meatus is a useful alternative to the Q-Tip test for detecting urethral hypermobility in women.
New evidence shows that pregnant smokers may benefit from pharmacotherapy for smoking cessation.
Use of glucocorticoids around the time of implantation has no effect on live birth rates and mimimal effect on pregnancy rates, confirms a new meta-analysis.
The claims that compounded bioidentical hormones are superior to conventional menopausal hormone therapy are unsupported by evidence, according to a new committee review of compounded bioidentical menopausal hormone therapy.
When fetal compromise is suspected, deferring delivery to allow the fetus more time in the womb until test results worsen or a favorable gestational age has been achieved may improve fetal and maternal outcomes, concluded a new study.
In patients with heavily pretreated HER2-positive metastatic breast cancer, combination treatment with lapatinib and trastuzumab was associated with a median survival benefit of 4.5 months, according to the final results of a phase III study.