The importance of intervention: When was this baby in trouble?
In this case, the question of fetal well-being as demonstrated on the FHR tracing is significant.
Fighting back with love
When an ob/gyn treats young patients exposed to cruelty and confusing messages, it can be tough to overcome anger at the situation.
How to optimize imaging in the obese gravida
Proper positioning, careful choice of probe, and leveraging of post-processing capabilities all can improve ultrasound quality in this patient population.
Pruritus, pain and fissures in a 65-year-old woman
What is your diagnosis when you see vulvar fissures?
Ensuring medications are more affordable without stifling innovation
The economic impact of drug costs and how we got here are examined in the first of a two-part series.
Antibiotic prophylaxis and operative vaginal delivery
Routine antibiotic prophylaxis for women undergoing operative vaginal birth is not currently recommended, but results from a recent study may compel a change to that guidance.
Barriers to abortion training in ob/gyn residency
Although training or access to training in abortion has been a mandated part of the core curriculum for ob/gyns residents, a new survey has found that many programs are not providing education in that area.
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