It was a very busy week for the Contemporary OB/GYN® team.
This week’s top articles included:
Curbside Consults delivers expert perspectives from physicians outside of the ob/gyn specialty to provide insight into various health issues affecting pregnant women, about which they are experts. This new section is the brainchild of Editorial Advisory Board member Christine Isaacs, MD.
Elizebeth Harmon, MD, MBA, FACOG shares her thoughts on an article from Contemporary OB/GYN®'s November issue.
Being named in a lawsuit does not always mean a medical error was made. Most claims are dropped, dismissed, or withdrawn, and trials are often won by the physician. Take a look back at the year’s top cases and see how each one unfolded.
A study in the journal Vascular Health and Risk Management has found significant differences in the metabolite profiling of altered amino acid and lipoprotein metabolism in participants with atherosclerosis and osteoporosis, compared with those in healthy menopausal women.