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Vulvar lesions in a 72-year-old womanA 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.
3D printing in gynecologic surgery planningAlthough still experimental and expensive, 3D printed models have potential for use in preoperative planning in some settings.
Nonpainful vulvar mass in a 42-year-old womanA 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?
Is the prevalence of endometriosis on the rise?Researchers gathered survey data to find out.
Pain management of office-based hysteroscopyDifferent interventions are appropriate for different patients.
The future of treating pelvic organ prolapse
The future of treating pelvic organ prolapseDemand for prolapse surgery is increasing and techniques are evolving.
Management of adolescents with gender dysphoriaPatients with GD are increasingly likely to present for care, and ob/gyns should be familiar with the latest management guidelines.
Trichomoniasis update
Trichomoniasis updateThe CDC recently updated guidelines for treatment, but this common STI is considered "neglected" by some experts.
Puzzler: An unusual cause of pelvic painIt may difficult to arrive at a diagnosis in cases of acute pain.
Single-dose azithromycin still effective against chlamydia, study findsThe study was designed for tight control of the usual variables.