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Management of mood and memory problems during menopause
Management of mood and memory problems during menopauseMany women complain of changes in their cognitive function during the menopausal transition. Here's how to tell what's normal and what's not--and how to treat appropriately.
SMFM Consult: Patient counseling following periviable premature rupture of the membranes
SMFM Consult: Patient counseling following periviable premature rupture of the membranesUnderstanding the usual clinical course of periviable PROM helps physicians guide families who are making difficult decisions.
Sickle cell disease in pregnancy
Sickle cell disease in pregnancyPregnancy is risky for women with sickle cell disease. This overview examines concerns for the mother and fetus to help you manage the risks.
Preventing ureteral injury at hysterectomy: Expert approach
Preventing ureteral injury at hysterectomy: Expert approachCertain patients are at increased risk of ureteral injury during endoscopic hysterectomy due to differences in anatomy. The right tools and techniques will protect them from injury and complications.
Ultrasound triage of women with postmenopausal bleeding
Ultrasound triage of women with postmenopausal bleedingUltrasound-based evaluation is less costly than an endometrial biopsy and also allows for evaluation of the adnexa and bladder.
Recurrent vulvovaginitis: Tips for treating a common condition
Recurrent vulvovaginitis: Tips for treating a common conditionClinicians routinely encounter patients with bacterial vaginosis and candidiasis. Here’s how to differentiate and treat these bothersome conditions.
Power morcellation for uterine fibroids: What you need to know
Power morcellation for uterine fibroids: What you need to knowGynecologic surgeons should give consideration to the balance of benefit and harm that accompanies laparoscopic tissue morcellation, in addition to exploring surgical alternatives and methods to mitigate complications.
Fibroids affect more than health in African Americans
Fibroids affect more than health in African AmericansUterine fibroids can have a significant impact on the health, workplace performance and quality of life of women—particularly African-American women—according to a new study published in the American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology.