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June 2020 | Vol 65 No 06

Tricky to diagnose and treat in younger women, endometriosis is the leading cause of secondary dysmenorrhea. View the full, peer-reviewed article, and more, in this month's issue of Contemporary OB/GYN.

AUGS Consensus Statement: Managing mesh problems

July 03, 2020

The American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) released a new position statement on managing mesh problems, which includes guidance, treatment algorithms and ways to optimize treatment outcomes for these complications.

New study analyzes NICU utilization trends

July 02, 2020

NICU utilization trends have yet to be thoroughly investigated.

Discussing patients' sexual concerns

July 02, 2020

Patients and practitioners may be hesitant to delve into sexual health, but talking about it is one way to normalize it.

Smoke evacuation in the age of COVID-19

July 02, 2020

Though theoretical, the threat of aerosolized viral particles places health care providers at risk. Certain safety measures can be taken.

Additional risk factors for COVID-19

July 01, 2020

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) updated its list of demographics at higher risk for COVID-19, due to new evidence.

A Collision of Crises

July 01, 2020

As a pandemic and protests converge, there is a need to recognize long-term effects.

Chairman's Letter: Website overhaul, podcast & more

July 01, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has been at the top of everyone's mind for the past several months. More recently, social justice has taken the spotlight.

Telehealth codes: What you should know

June 30, 2020

As telehealth becomes more and more prevalent in practices everywhere, there are many things practitioners need to know.

What the CARES Act means for medical student loans

June 30, 2020

In late March, the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act was signed into law.

Implicit bias: What can you do?

June 29, 2020

The current climate around race and implicit bias has forced us to take a step back and confront its presence in our day-to-day lives.