Better for Women Series

January 1, 2021
Supplements, Digital Supplement, Volume 1, Issue 1

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Hysteroscopic Fibroid Resection: Tips and Tricks to Minimize Challenges and Bleeding

Presented by: Samar Nahas, MD

Samar Nahas, MD, is a board-certified ob/gyn and an assistant clinical professor in obstetrics and gynecology. She practices in a state-of-the-art, safe and comfortable environment providing excellent, innovative care.


Putting Blind D&C in the Rearview Mirror

Presented by: Dr. Ido Sirota

Ido Sirota, MD, MHA, FACOG, is the Division Director of Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery and Robotics at New York-Presbyterian Queens. Director of OBGYN Residency Gynecologic Surgery and Robotics Simulation Program and Assistant Professor of Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology at Weill Cornell Medicine in New York City. He specializes in advanced Minimally Invasive Gynecologic Surgery with focus on elevating gynecologic surgery by offering state of the art surgical treatment for women.

The Role of Hysteroscopy in Managing Miscarriage

Presented by: Aaron Styer, MD

Aaron Styer, MD, works to improve access to fertility treatment and to expand emotional support for patients. He is active nationally in patient outcomes research and patient education, serves on several committees in reproductive medicine which direct national clinical care standards, and is nationally recognized for his expertise and research.

The Role of Hysteroscopy in Reproductive Health

Presented by: Charles Miller, MD, FACOG

Featured physician Charles Miller, MD, FACOG assesses the value of using hysteroscopy for certain patients, and describes his hysteroscopic techniques for endometrial polyps, retained products of conception, and small fibroids.

Charles Miller, MD, FACOG, is founder, president, and medical director of the Advanced IVF Institute and the Advanced Gynecologic Surgery Institute in metropolitan Chicago. He specializes in the treatment of infertility, minimally invasive gynecologic surgery, and fertility preservation.

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