In case you missed it: March 7 to March 11

Take a look back at the week's top news stories.

Tapping into the potential of combined laparoscopic salpingectomy and endometrial ablation

Greg Marchand, MD, talks about his recently published article evaluating the underused potential of combined laparoscopic salpingectomy and endometrial ablation for treatment of abnormal uterine bleeding and desired sterilization.

Delayed diagnosis of a bowel injury at laparoscopy

How important are the experts? This month, Legally Speaking columnist James Shwayder, MD, JD, finds out.

Trailblazers in medicine: 5 women who made history

March is Women’s History Month the perfect time to recognize the contributions women have made to medicine. Today, we recognize 5 women throughout history that propelled the fields of obstetrics and gynecology.

Beating burnout: Habit-hacking tips for bringing wellness back into your life

Burnout is uniquely pervasive in medicine, regardless of specialty, making physicians more susceptible than the average person. Matthew T. Siedhoff, MD, MSCR, discusses warning signs to watch for and shares his habit-hacking tips to refocus your routines and bring wellness back into your life.

SMFM Consult Series #60: Management of pregnancies resulting from IVF

This consult discusses the management of pregnancies achieved with in vitro fertilization and provides recommendations based on the available evidence. Check out the visual summary here.

Factors that may predict endometriosis progression to ovarian cancer

A study published in the Journal of Ovarian Research examines factors that may cause endometriosis to progress to ovarian cancer.