This week on Contemporary OB/GYN®: April 4 to April 8


This week's news at a glance

Inside the issue: April 2022

Coming this week, take a look at the contents of this month's edition of Contemporary OB/GYN®. Clues to the origins of ovarian cancer, endometriosis best practices and female pattern hair loss are just some of the topics you'll find this month.

Ob-gyns: Canaries in the coal mine

Obstetrics and gynecologists (ob-gyns) are tough. Thrust into the front lines of the pandemic, we were called upon to not only care for patients with COVID-19 but to do so against the backdrop of ongoing nonelective care. Put simply, obstetrics never stopped. In this month's editorial feature, Catherine Y. Spong, MD reflects on the heroic work of colleagues and friends.

Consumerism has a voice in health care

Our practice management experts discuss consumerism in health care, both within and outside the clinical setting.

SMFM Consult Series #57: Evaluation and management of soft ultrasound markers for aneuploidy

The latest consult series from the Society for Maternal-Fetal Medicine (SMFM).

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