Chronic vulvar lesions in a woman in her 30s
What’s your diagnosis in a patient with lesions that are sometimes painful and do not respond to antibiotics?
Endometrial polyps: In-office management
Practical tips on how to spot these common growths on ultrasound and how to remove them.
What’s new in biomarker testing for ovarian cancer
Three tests are now FDA-approved for triaging pelvic masses in asymptomatic women.
Patients not always truthful when dealing with clinicians
Dishonesty from patients can not only undermine care, it can cause unexpected harm.
Sepsis during pregnancy and the puerperium
Incidence of maternal sepsis appears to be increasing. Here's what ob/gyns need to know about identification and treatment.
Residency growing pains should eventually lead to confidence, but sometimes they just result in more growing pains.
When a routine prenatal visit is not-so-‘routine’
Failure to recognize the warning signs led to poor outcomes for mother and child.
Contemporary OB/GYN contributors at ACOG
Plan your ACOG 2019 trip with this rundown on board members - both past and current - authors and collaborators who will be presenting in Nashville.
What is pediatric and adolescent gynecology?
Talking with patients about their daughters is one way to build a practice focused on caring for girls, adolescents, and young adults.
Help HIV-positive women reach reproductive goals
The Undetectable=Untransmittable (U=U) advocacy campaign can be a part of helping women reach their reproductive goals.
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