On-site reporting from the Society of Gynecologic Surgeons (SGS) 41st Meeting
SGS Fellow reports for OBG Management. Tune in for days 1, 2, and 3 coverage. More
Update on abnormal uterine bleeding
A focus on patient selection for surgical intervention, particularly endometrial ablation More
Does tight control of hypertension in pregnancy produce better perinatal outcomes?
No. Among 987 women with nonproteinuric preexisting or gestational hypertension who were randomly assigned to tight... More
Is supplemental ultrasonography a valuable addition to breast cancer screening for women with dense breasts?
The benefit is small and the cost is high, according to this comparative modeling study. Supplemental ultrasonography... More
Lost needle tip during hysterectomy
Is the surgeon liable for patient’s related injuries? More
Hysterotomy incision and repair: Many options, many personal preferences
Is there evidence of a best approach to managing the hysterotomy incision? More
Dr. Andrew M. Kaunitz on prescribing systemic HT to older women
Prescribing systemic hormone therapy is common, but controversial. Dr. Kaunitz elaborates on specific dosing and... More
Cervical cancer screening: National snapshot reveals confusion over optimal intervals
An interview with James A. Simon, MD More

Surgical Technique

Amanda Nickles Fader, MD
Open power morcellation now is contraindicated in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. What is Johns Hopkins’ protocol in this new climate? An expert provides her perspective and her institution’s practices for today’s patients.... More »
 

News for Your Practice

Deborah Reale, Managing Editor
According to the CDC, use of long-acting reversible contraception has increased 5-fold since 2002. Who is using it most often and when?... More »
 

News for Your Practice

Sukrant Mehta, MD
SGS Fellow reports for OBG Management. Tune in for days 1, 2, and 3 coverage.... More »
 

Commentary

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
A large Danish cohort study clarifies the risk factors for depression after a diagnosis of breast cancer, which include advanced age, comorbidities, node-positive disease, and living alone... More »
 

Update

Howard T. Sharp, MD
A focus on patient selection for surgical intervention, particularly endometrial ablation... More »
 

Examining the Evidence

George Macones, MD
No. Among 987 women with nonproteinuric preexisting or gestational hypertension who were randomly assigned to tight control (target diastolic blood pressure [BP], 85 mm Hg) versus less-tight control (target diastolic BP, 100 mm Hg), the primary outco... More »
 

Surgical Technique

Amanda Nickles Fader, MD
Open power morcellation now is contraindicated in perimenopausal and postmenopausal women. What is Johns Hopkins’ protocol in this new climate? An expert provides her perspective and her institution’s practices for today’s patients.... More »
 

Examining the Evidence

Mark D. Pearlman, MD
The benefit is small and the cost is high, according to this comparative modeling study. Supplemental ultrasonography after a negative mammogram in women aged 50 to 74 with dense breasts prevented 0.36 breast cancer deaths (range across three simulat... More »
 

Editorial

Robert L. Barbieri, MD
Is there evidence of a best approach to managing the hysterotomy incision?... More »
 

Medical Verdicts

Notable judgments and settlements... More »
 

Images in GYN Ultrasound

Michelle Stalnaker Ozcan, MD, and Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
Myriad sonographic features characterize cystic adnexal pathology. Here, three cases of benign, resolving cysts, including when to follow-up.... More »
 

Comment and Controversy

Letters from readers... More »
 

Commentary

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
Prescribing systemic hormone therapy is common, but controversial. Dr. Kaunitz elaborates on specific dosing and tapering patients, as well as considers women at risk for osteoporosis... More »
 

Commentary

James A. Simon, MD
An interview with James A. Simon, MD... More »
 

Surgical Technique

Erin George, MD; Mireille Truong, MD; Helen Dinkelspiel, MD; William Burke, MD
Anatomical nuances and dissection techniques... More »
 
Katherine Palmerola, MD, and Mireille D. Truong, MD
Why this device is indispensible and how to use it most effectively... More »
 

Commentary

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
Prescribing systemic hormone therapy is common, but controversial. Dr. Kaunitz elaborates on specific dosing and tapering patients, as well as considers women at risk for osteoporosis... More »
 

Commentary

James A. Simon, MD
An interview with James A. Simon, MD... More »
 

Commentary

Mark Walters, MD
Dr. Mark Walters characterizes the vaginal approach to hysterectomy as a "solid, reliable way to do a hysterectomy." He feels that every gynecologist should know how to perform the vaginal approach and use it with properly selected patients... More »
 

March 2015

This accredited CME activity is designed for clinicians who care for menopausal patients suffering from dyspareunia secondary to vulvovaginal atrophy. It provides the latest evidence on the etiology of the condition as well as the efficacy and safety... More »
 

JUNE 2012 CE/CME EXPIRED

The Omnia CME Journal... More »
 

October 2014

Carol B. Lesser, MSN, RNC, NP; Marcia Hilse, RNC, MSN
In vitro fertilization (IVF) nurses play a vital role in caring for fertility patients. Predictably, as the complexity of assisted reproductive technology (ART) services has increased, so has the IVF nurse’s scope of practice and educational req... More »
 

September 2014

Shari Goldman Snow, MD
As gynecologists, every day we face an increasing number of clinical issues to consider when seeing our patients. While we strive for comprehensiveness, it is important to stratify our patient care to prioritize life-threatening risk factors.... More »
 

September 2014

James A. Simon, MD; Robin Kroll, MD
Vasomotor symptoms (VMS) are the most common symptoms associated with menopause. Historically, all the core treatment options for menopausal VMS involve hormonal therapy (HT).... More »
 

August 2014

Carol B. Lesser, MSN, RNC, NP; Sue Jasulaitis, RN, MS.
A failed in vitro fertilization (IVF) cycle is always a disappointment for the patient. When multiple cycles fail, patients often turn to their nurses for support and perspective.How many times has an IVF nurse heard the following:My embryos were hig... More »
 

August 2014

Richard P. Frieder, MD
This article addresses the importance of hereditary cancer panel testing. No longer are single syndrome tests the best diagnostic for hereditary cancer risk. Panel testing addresses multiple genes that are associated with a single cancer, as well as ... More »
 

July 2014

Hereditary cancer risk assessment: The new standard in women’s health care... More »