Three more chances to test your diagnostic skills.
Can you make the correct diagnosis and identify the best treatment plan for these common vulvar conditions?
These three cases illustrate common diseases that patients with vulvar conditions may present with. Can you make the correct diagnosis and identify the best treatment plan?
What’s your diagnosis in a woman who has ulcerations unresponsive to treatment for yeast?
What is your diagnosis when you see vulvar fissures?
What’s your diagnosis in a patient with lesions that are sometimes painful and do not respond to antibiotics?
Testing circulating concentrations of placental growth factor could improve diagnostic time in suspected preeclampsia cases.
Do you know how to differentiate precancerous from cancerous vulvar lesions?
Comorbidities such as endometriosis can confound the picture in patients with adenomyosis, a condition that may lead to poor IVF outcomes.
A recent study looked at whether a cost-effective finger-prick whole-blood test for toxoplasmosis can reliably detect the presence of the parasite Toxoplasma gondii. PLUS: Cell-free DNA (cfDNA) tests are increasingly being offered to women in the first trimester of pregnancy but results from a recent study suggest cfDNA tests may not significantly reduce miscarriage risk.