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Endometriosis, ART, and pregnancy complications: Is there a connection?Women with endometriosis who have become pregnant through use of assisted reproductive technology may face increased rates of pregnancy complications.
Is the prevalence of endometriosis on the rise?Researchers gathered survey data to find out.
What I learned from turning over my office staffOur blogger shares what happened when she turned over her entire full-time staff at her practice and shares some key takeaways.
Did FDA safety communication reduce myomectomies?A study looks at whether myomectomies were also impacted by the FDA safety communication. Also, chronically ill mothers may be more likely to give birth to children with heart disease. Plus: Can antenatal steroids reduce mortality in extreme prematurity?
Timing matters when inducing labor, researchers findThey separated laboring women into "morning" and "afternoon" groups.
Is tachysystole during labor induction linked with adverse perinatal outcomes?A 5-year study offers reassurance.
Fetal DNA from Pap tests?Trophoblast retrieval and isolation from the cervix (TRIC) may one day lead to early identification of fetal genetic disorders.
IUD Issues: Zero in with ultrasound
IUD Issues: Zero in with ultrasoundPelvic sonography, especially transvaginal 3D imaging, is critical for identifying malpositioned and embedded IUDs.
The role of IVF with PGS in recurrent miscarriageConsequences of reproductive aging include infertility, an increased likelihood of isolated spontaneous abortion (SAB), and likely an increased likelihood of recurrent pregnancy loss (RPL).
Maternal death from intracranial hemorrhageA 34-year-old Ohio woman was under the care of her longtime family physician, who had minor privileges to deliver uncomplicated pregnancies at a specific hospital, for her pregnancy. The woman is diagnosed with eclampsia in her third trimester and is immediately given a cesarean. After delivery, she is unresponsive having died from a massive intracranial hemorrhage. The physician is sued for fraudulently representing her abilities in obstetric care. What's the verdict?

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