March 8th 2023
In study findings published in Obstetrics & Gynecology, leva Pelvic Health System (Renovia) achieved significantly greater urinary incontinence symptom improvement than a standard home pelvic floor muscle training program at 6 and 12 months.
February 3rd 2023
A rare but potentially catastrophic obstetrical complication, placenta accreta is on the increase, given the current trend toward elective repeat C/S. Three experts detail the best approach to management, which begins with antenatal ultrasound diagnosis.
Cover Story: Finding the cause of chronic pelvic painJanuary 1st 2002
When patients present with pelvic pain, the list of diseases to consider is long and includes ectopic pregnancy, acute salpingitis, a variety of sexually transmitted diseases, acute dysmenorrhea, cervicitis, endometriosis, fibroids, and uterine inversion. But in your search for gynecologic causes, dont overlook common neurologic disorders outlined in this article.
Exploring a cancer patient's reproductive optionsJanuary 1st 2002
Therapeutic successes and a trend toward delaying childbearing now permit survivors of breast, ovarian, endometrial, and cervical cancers to consider future fertility. How should this affect the advice you offer your patients?
CME: When chronic hypertension complicates pregnancyApril 1st 2001
Considering the number of severe maternal and fetal complications that can result from untreated hypertension, ob/gyns must be vigilant about recognizing the chronic form of the disease. Anything less puts your patients and you in harm's way.