Coping in the age of acceleration
We have the power to mitigate the adverse impact of rapid advancement in information technology.
How to diagnose and treat cesarean scar pregnancy
CSP is a challenge but management is possible with a multidisciplinary approach.
Will screening for endometrial cancer soon be routine?
A rigorous assessment of who, when, and how to screen may lead to regular testing in a broader population.
ACOG Guidelines at a Glance: Sexual Assault
Commentary on ACOG Committee Opinion 777: Sexual Assault, which discusses the role of the ob/gyn in caring for sexual assault survivors and includes information on screening.
Perinatal depression: What ob/gyns need to know
Left untreated, depression in the perinatal period can have serious repercussions for both mother and offspring.
Non-healing vulvar ulcerations in a 33-year-old woman
What’s your diagnosis in a woman who has ulcerations unresponsive to treatment for yeast?
If a patient is noncompliant, can the ob/gyn be at fault?
When a plaintiff brings forth a specious claim, constant pressure from the defense is key.
Residents Corner - Hubris
A resident is reminded that a mistake can sometimes be an unfortunate necessity for keeping his level of confidence in check.
Financial, health implications of 12-month supplies of OCs
A recent model challenges the rationale of limiting oral contraceptive dispensing as a means to control costs.
WHO issues new Zika updates
The World Health Organization (WHO) has released two Zika virus (ZIKV)-related updates, one on epidemiology and the other with information for travelers.
CDC releases ‘benchmark’ data on pelvic exams
The CDC has released a new analysis that may be a benchmark for women’s behavior regarding pelvic exams before ACOG made a sea change in guidance on when to perform the tests.
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