Sharon Owusu-Darko, M.D., J. Alejandro Rauh-Hain, M.D., Neil S. Horowitz, M.D., Annekathryn Goodman, M.D., John O. Schorge, M.D., and
Marcela G. del Carmen, M.D., M.P.H.
This case control study compares the risk factors, treatment, and outcomes in patients with early-stage mucinous endometrial cancer with those of patients with early-stage endometrioid endometrial cancer.
Eve Holwell, B.A., Jason Keehn, M.S., Cheng-Shiun Leu, Ph.D.,
Mark V. Sauer, M.D., and Robert Klitzman, M.D.
Human egg provider agencies and clinics differ significantly (e.g., in adherence to guidelines), raising several concerns and suggesting needs for improved monitoring.
Soha Siam, M.D., and Badeea S. Soliman, M.D.
In this study combined hysteroscopy and laparoscopy were used to detect female genital system anomalies and identify the subtypes. Müllerian duct anomalies were found in 7.53% of the infertile women.
J. Alejandro Rauh-Hain, M.D., Annekathryn Goodman, M.D.,
David M. Boruta, M.D., John O. Schorge, M.D., Neil S. Horowitz, M.D., and
Marcela G. del Carmen, M.D., M.P.H.
Endometrial stromal sarcoma is an indolent tumor with propensity for late recurrence. Surgical resection remains the mainstay of treatment.
Michael von Wolff, M.D., Susanne Rohner, M.D., Alessandro Santi, M.D.,
Petra Stute, M.D., Ph.D., Roxana Popovici, M.D., and Benedicte Weiss, M.Sc.
Natural cycle in vitro fertilization is less expensive but more time consuming per achieved pregnancy as compared with conventional gonadotropin-stimulated in vitro fertilization.
Gary Ventolini, M.D., Jerome L. Yaklic, M.D., Michael L. Galloway, D.O.,
R. Moss Hampton, M.D., and James E. Maher, M.D.
Fewer than 10% of patients with spontaneous vaginal delivery with vaginal lacerations had complaints of vulvar pain or dyspareunia at their postpartum visit.
Fariba Yarandi, M.D., Farzaneh Jafari, M.D., Hadi Shojaei, M.D., and
Narges Izadi-Mood, M.D.
The authors evaluate the curative effect of a repeat uterine evacuation in patients with low-risk gestational trophoblastic neoplasia.
Bruce I. Rose, Ph.D., M.D., Donna Laky, B.S., and Brittany Miller
In vitro fertilization utilizing in vitro maturation techniques is markedly more patient friendly than is conventional in vitro fertilization and costs 45% less.
Kathie L. Hullfish, M.D., Taniqua Miller, M.D., Lisa M. Pastore, Ph.D.,
Evie Nicholson, R.N., Li Jin, M.D., Sally A. Miller, N.P., C.N.M., Lynne Menei, R.N., Devereux N. Saller, M.D., and James E. Ferguson II, M.D.
The implementation of a standardized checklist for timeout on labor and delivery improved the subjective perception of communication among obstetric staff.
Joseph R. Wax, M.D., Angelina Cartin, and Michael G. Pinette, M.D.
The authors provide a best practice toolkit consisting of physician checklists and patient educational materials for post–bariatric surgery preconception, pregnancy, and postpartum care.
C. Rachel Kilpatrick, M.D., Valerie S. Ratts, M.D., Elan Simckes, M.D., and
Janet B. McGill, M.D.
Two cases of severe ovarian hyperstimulation syndrome occurring after ovulation induction in patients with type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune disorders are discussed.
Joao Casanova, M.D., Catarina Paiva, M.D., Carmen Carvalho, M.D., and
Ana C. Cunha, M.D.
Three consecutive cases of spontaneous twin anemia-polycythemia sequence are reported.
Laxmi V. Baxi, M.D., Mahesh Mansukhani, M.D., Harshwardhan M. Thaker, M.D., and Elvira Parravicini, M.D.
A case of a singleton, live newborn with coexisting complete hydatidiform mole, arising from documented confined placental mosaicism, with fetomaternal hemorrhage is presented with 5-year follow-up.
Melisa Biskup Lott, D.O., Esha Behl, D.O., and Anan Abdelrahman, M.D.
A cornual ectopic pregnancy is presented.
Megan L. Lee, Bo C. Li, M.D., Ph.D., David Robins, M.D., and
Todd D. Tillmanns, M.D.
The rare case of a live, full-term, previously undiagnosed ovarian ectopic pregnancy delivered by cesarean section is reported.
Alita Loveless, M.D., Ammar Dhari, M.D., and Charlie C. Kilpatrick, M.D.
A small bowel obstruction due to a perforated levonorgestrel-releasing intrauterine system was managed successfully via laparoscope in an obese patient.
M. Brigid Holloran-Schwartz, M.D., Kallie Harrison, M.D., and
Richard Gimpelson, M.D.
Direct injection of a dilute vasopressin into a vascular submucosal myoma at the time of hysteroscopic resection can limit bleeding into the operative field and enable complete removal.
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