Why I chose a MIGS fellowship
The choice to pursue a fellowship isn’t always straightforward, but one resident explains why she is choosing to follow her passion.
Reproductive risks of advanced paternal age
Older age in men may impair conception and it can also have implications for fetal wellbeing, birth outcomes, and long-term health of offspring.
Taking a rational approach to hypertension in the pregnant patient
Ashley S. Roman, MD, MPH, reviews some of the new updates discussed in ACOG Practice Bulletin #203: Chronic Hypertension in Pregnancy.
Counseling on complex contraception dilemmas: Case 2
This installment in our series looks at postpartum contraceptive options for a pregnant patient with comorbidities
Congenital syphilis makes a comeback
Faced with the rapid increase in a potentially deadly-but preventable-congenital disease, it’s time for states to take action to require appropriate screening
Redefining postpartum care
Ob/gyns, support staff, and patients all need to be educated about the needs of the mother/child dyad during the “fourth trimester.”
Was this rectocele repair necessary?
Treatment should follow a conservative approach – especially when the patient is asymptomatic.
Drug for postmenopausal osteoporosis gets nod from FDA
A newly approved drug can significantly reduce the risk of fractures, but it carries a distressing "black box" warning.
Experimental vaccine for HPV-associated CIN2/3
A therapeutic vaccine may be effective and safe for clearing cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) 2/3 irrespective of HPV subtype.
Should ob/gyns use metformin to treat pregnant women with PCOS?
A study looks at two decades worth of data to test whether metformin reduces late miscarriage and PTB in women with PCOS.
FDA proposes updates to mammography regulations
The proposed changes address mammographic technology, enhancing quality standards, and improving the way results of screening are handled throughout the healthcare system.
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