Historical Difficulty in Safely and Effectively Preventing CMV
Experts discuss the trajectory of CMV awareness and vaccine development efforts.
The Importance of the HCP-patient CMV Conversation
Allison August, MD, Kathleen Muldoon, PhD, Stanley Plotkin, MD, and Patricia Purcell, MD, MPH, reveal tips regarding the most important points to emphasize when talking to patients about CMV.
CMV Screening and Prevention
Thought leaders discuss the low rates of screening for CMV and what healthcare providers can do to boost prevention efforts.
Allison August, MD, Kathleen Muldoon, PhD, Stanley Plotkin, MD, and Patricia Purcell, MD, MPH, explore key strategies and takeaways that healthcare providers can use to discuss transmission of CMV with their patients.
Signs, Symptoms, and Risk Factors for CMV
Allison August, MD, Kathleen Muldoon, PhD, Stanley Plotkin, MD, and Patricia Purcell, MD, MPH, share recommendations for messaging that healthcare providers should be sharing regarding CMV.
Overview and Prevalence of CMV
Expanding treatment horizons for vaginal stenosis
While it has been nearly 50 years since vaginal dilators were introduced as a therapy to decrease VS, the medical community still knows very little about the potential impact on long term outcomes.
Robotic surgery: A viable option for pectopexy
While sacrocolpopexy has been the gold standard for the anatomical correction of pelvic organ prolapse for more than three decades, it is a technically challenging procedure that results in dividing the pelvis by mesh material and often requires extensive bowel manipulation.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on female sexual function
The COVID-19 pandemic has affected the global community in countless ways, some of which are more obvious than others.
Sexual health education of ob-gyn resident physicians: How are we doing?
To gauge progress that had been made in the decade since the establishment of CREOG, more than 4,000 U.S.-based ob-gyn residents were sent a 32-item survey in June 2016 to gauge their comfort level in asking patients about their sexual history and providing counseling to patients of varying ages and ethnic/racial backgrounds.
Bringing sexual dysfunction to the conversation for women with diabetes
The management of diabetes is multifaceted, often requiring the collaboration of a multidisciplinary team of providers. While sexual side effects of diabetes are not commonly discussed during patient visits, there is a correlation between the presence of diabetes and frequent sexual dysfunction in women.
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