/ /

John O.L. DeLancey, MD
DR. DELANCEY is Professor of Gynecology, director of Pelvic Floor Research, University of Michigan Medical School, Ann Arbor, MI.
Vulvar pruritus in postmenopausal woman
A 62-year-old woman presents for her annual gynecologic exam, stating that she has had a 4-month history of worsening vulvar pruritus. Can you make the correct diagnosis and treatment plan?
Vulvar irritation in a 27-year-old woman
A 27-year-old woman presents with an 18-month history of vulvar irritation. She has tried multiple agents for her condition including topical steroids, Vagisil, antibiotics, and fluconazole without relief. What's your diagnosis?
Vulvar lesions in a 72-year-old woman
A 72 year-old woman is referred to your office by her internist for vulvar lesions. She denies itching or pain and states that the lesions have been there for years. Her medical history is unremarkable.
Nonpainful vulvar mass in a 42-year-old woman
A 42 y.o. woman presents for her annual gynecologic exam and complains of a non-painful mass on her right vulva. Can you make the diagnosis and prescribe the best treatment plan?
ACOG Guidelines: Urinary Incontinence in Women
An expert commentary on the recently published ACOG Practice Bulletin #155.
Selecting the route for hysterectomy: A structured approach
Your guide to determining appropriate candidates and appropriate routes of hysterectomy for benign gynecologic conditions
New subspecialty will benefit women with pelvic floor disorders
The author discusses the American Board of Medical Specialties' recognition of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery as a subspecialty in obstetrics and gynecology.
Pelvic organ prolapse: Understanding anatomy does make a difference
Vaginal wall prolapse repair requires an in-depth understanding of the three most common pathological mechanisms.