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Diagnosis and management of accreta
Diagnosis and management of accretaThe steady rise of cesarean delivery has led to a steady increase in this potential obstetric emergency.
Obstetric history and CVD risk
Obstetric history and CVD riskHow a woman’s body responds to pregnancy may predict her later cardiovascular health.
Robotic surgery in the morbidly obese patient: a surgeon’s planning guide
Robotic surgery in the morbidly obese patient: a surgeon’s planning guideCareful preoperative planning and positioning will help to overcome some of the challenges presented by the obese patient's body habitus.
Home birth: The obstetrician's ethical response
Home birth: The obstetrician's ethical responseThe professional responsibility model of obstetric ethics provides a powerful antidote to maternal rights-based reductionism.
Breastfeeding myths and mainstays for the obstetrician
Breastfeeding myths and mainstays for the obstetricianStrategies to help more of your patients breastfeed longer
Managing dysmenorrhea
Managing dysmenorrheaNonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs are the most common treatment for menstrual pain, though research continues on alternative treatments.
Uterine fibroids: medical management options
Uterine fibroids: medical management optionsFor women in whom surgery is not recommended or necessary, treatment with the goal of symptom relief and size reduction can be achieved medically.
Have you solved a puzzling case?
Have you solved a puzzling case?Have a puzzling ob or gyn case that you'd like to share with fellow readers? We're looking for stories about intriguing diagnoses that have stumped the experts!
SMFM Clinical Guideline: Nonimmune Hydrops Fetalis
SMFM Clinical Guideline: Nonimmune Hydrops FetalisA summary of the evidence-based SMFM guidelines for the evaluation and management of nonimmune hydrops fetalis (NIHF). The guidelines cover the epidemiology, risk factors, work-up, prognosis, and treatment of pregnancies complicated by NIHF.
Caring for patients with chronic pelvic pain
Caring for patients with chronic pelvic painThe right combination of medication, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes may help patients with this sometimes stubborn condition.