Update on operative vaginal delivery
New questions in the old debate of forceps versus cesarean delivery More
You have identified a pelvic mass in your teenage patient. What now?
These adolescent health experts present 4 cases of acutely painful or nontender pelvic masses in patients aged 12 to... More
Laparoscopic management of interstitial ectopic pregnancy
An overview of surgical techniques illustrated by a case of laparoscopic cornual resection More
Flibanserin is poised for FDA approval. But why this drug? And why now?
Women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder have long sought a remedy for this common complaint. With an advisory... More
ObGyn salaries continue gradual improvement
Female ObGyns continue to make less than their male counterparts, although the gap is narrower for those who are in... More

Update

William H. Barth Jr, MD
New questions in the old debate of forceps versus cesarean delivery... More »
 

Update

William H. Barth Jr, MD
New questions in the old debate of forceps versus cesarean delivery... More »
 

Clinical Reviews

Jessica C. Francis, MD, and Jennifer E. Dietrich, MD, MSc
These adolescent health experts present 4 cases of acutely painful or nontender pelvic masses in patients aged 12 to 18, offering pearls for examination, diagnosis, and appropriate treatment... More »
 

Surgical Technique

Mireille D. Truong, MD, and Johanna (Jana) K. Halfon, MD
An overview of surgical techniques illustrated by a case of laparoscopic cornual resection... More »
 

Guest Editorial

James A. Simon, MD, CCD, NCMP, IF
Women with hypoactive sexual desire disorder have long sought a remedy for this common complaint. With an advisory committee recommending approval of flibanserin, their wait may be over.... More »
 

Practice Management

Deborah Reale, Managing Editor, and Janelle Yates, Senior Editor
Female ObGyns continue to make less than their male counterparts, although the gap is narrower for those who are in private practice versus employed... More »
 

Examining the Evidence

Mark D. Pearlman, MD
The authors of this prospective study involving more than 350,000 patients observed high interval cancer rates for women with 5-year breast cancer risk of 1.67% or greater and extremely dense breasts or women with 5-year breast cancer risk of 2.50% o... More »
 

Clinical Reviews

Patrick Duff, MD
Which infections affect women more adversely during pregnancy, and how can risk of exposure to these infections be diminished?... More »
 

Medical Verdicts

Notable judgments and settlements... More »
 

Examining the Evidence

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
Yes. Oophorectomy is associated with a reduction in mortality in women with a BRCA1 mutation who have breast cancer, according to this retrospective analysis of 676 women with stage I or II breast cancer and a BRCA1 or BRCA2 mutation. Investigators d... More »
 

Clinical Reviews

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD, and Laila Samiian, MD
Women with atypical hyperplasia are at increased risk for breast cancer. We need to characterize that risk for patients and ensure appropriate screening and cancer risk-reduction strategies. Here, recommendations for clinical practice.... More »
 

Update

Andrew M. Kaunitz, MD
The latest guidance on safe use of menopausal hormone therapy... More »
 

Surgical Technique

Mireille D. Truong, MD, and Johanna (Jana) K. Halfon, MD
An overview of surgical techniques illustrated by a case of laparoscopic cornual resection... More »
 

Surgical Technique

Benjamin Margolis, MD; Mireille D. Truong, MD; Julia Kearney; et al
Techniques for managing intrauterine devices that have become embedded, translocated, or perforated... More »
 

Commentary

Martin L. Gimovsky, MD
In this audiocast, Dr. Martin Gimovsky shares his expertise on vacuum extraction, offering tips on when and when not to use the modality, as well as details on informed consent... More »
 

Commentary

Janelle Yates, Senior Editor
Communication breakdowns and treatment delays are frequent sources of malpractice claims... More »
 

Commentary

Michael L. Krychman, MD
A better understanding of the physical and anatomic changes during menopause has led to improved treatments for vulvovaginal atrophy (also known as genitourinary syndrome of menopause)... More »
 

CME March 2015

CME Supplement... More »
 
Stephanie Costa, MD
Dr. Costa reports that she is on the advisory board and speakers’ program for Ariosa Diagnostics, Inc.... More »
 

CME March 2015

CME Supplement... 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 »