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Muscle stretch and distention during delivery lead to problems later in life.
Compared with single-incision surgery, surgery using mini-laparoscopic instruments is safe and is correlated with lower operative time and less postoperative pain.
Many advances have been made in understanding the multi-layered causes of sexual pain, and most women can resume or begin satisfying sexual lives after diagnosis and up-to-date treatment.
40% of women have dense breast tissue which makes it difficult to detect cancer with mammography. Invenia ABUS automated breast ultrasound helps improve invasive breast cancer detection in dense breast tissue.
The steady rise of cesarean delivery has led to a steady increase in this potential obstetric emergency.
How a woman’s body responds to pregnancy may predict her later cardiovascular health.
Careful preoperative planning and positioning will help to overcome some of the challenges presented by the obese patient's body habitus.



Charles Lockwood, MD, MHCM EDITORIAL

Dr. Lockwood, Editor-in-Chief, is Dean of the Morsani College of Medicine and Senior Vice President of USF Health, University of South Florida, Tampa.

Yalda Afshar, MD, PhDRESIDENTS

Dr. Afshar is a third-year resident in the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, CA.

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