Four ob/gyns discuss the merits of surgical simulators and what kind of future is in store for the tools.
A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows an alarming rise in incidence of sexual transmitted diseases in the United States.
Presenting at the 2019 ASRM Scientific Congress & Expo, researchers from the University of Pennsylvania explored circulating androgen levels before and after cancer therapy, as well as sexual function.
A new qualitative review from the Cochrane Collaborative provides insights on what the end users like and don’t like about this form of communication.
Although women face many obstacles to first-trimester abortion, challenges to second-trimester abortion are even greater.
Many factors must be considered before prescribing hormones to women affected by migraine.
As patients are exposed to more and more misinformation, ob/gyns have a responsibility to not just treat but also educate.
As artificial intelligence increases its presence in medicine, ob/gyns are welcoming the technology with both excitement and trepidation.
Ongoing postoperative complaints and disturbing scan results - was this a case of a rare random complication or an intraoperative injury?
Ob/gyn, while late to the game, has the potential to climb the ranks as the specialty most instrumental to the use and development of AI.