Morgan Booher, D.O., Chase White, M.D., David Jaspan, D.O., and Jay Goldberg, M.D.
OB/GYNs inconsistently follow the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists committee opinion recommendations for tracking and reminder systems.
Lijuan Cao, M.M., Yu Shi, M.D., Danni Yang, M.M., Jiahui Wu, M.M., Xuefeng Jiang, M.D., and Xi Xia, M.D., Ph.D.
Frozen embryo transfer should ideally be performed as an appropriate treatment option for patients with polycystic ovary syndrome because of the lower rate of miscarriage as compared to fresh embryo transfer.
Su-fen Liu, M.M., Ru-xia Shi, M.B.B.S., Li-bing Liu, M.M., Han-dan Hua, M.M., and He Yang, M.M.
Laparoscopic drainage for complex pelvic inflammatory disease–associated abscesses was shown to be safe and effective in a cohort of 30 patients.
Mariliza Henrique da Silva, M.D., Livia Akemi Ramos Takahashi, M.D., Nicolas Augusto Cabral Ribeiro, M.D., André Akira Ramos Takahashi, M.S., Sandra dos Santos Oliveira, M.A., Adna Thaysa Marcial da Silva, M.A., Monica Carneiro, M.D., Silvana Giovaneli, M.D., and Luiz Vinicius de Alcantara Sousa, Ph.D.
The immediate postpartum period is a window of opportunity for decreasing unwanted and successive pregnancies in high-vulnerability populations by initiating contraception without delay.
Qingyong Guo, M.D., Huan Yi, M.D., Xiangqin Zheng, M.D., Jianrong Song, B.D., Suyu Li, M.D., and Yuan Lin, M.D.
Fertility-sparing surgery in malignant ovarian germ cell tumor improves maternal reproductive outcomes and has no adverse effect on survival and offspring outcomes.
Lin Meng, M.D., Na Liu, M.D., Dandan Wang, M.D., Ying Wang, M.D., and Anna Sanchez, M.D.
Hypertension is inversely associated with presence of asymptomatic uterine fibroids in women with shorter disease duration, older age at diagnosis, and greater current blood pressure.
Hannah M. Ware, M.D., Vinita M. Alexander, M.D., and Valerie S. Ratts, M.D.
Withdrawal of hormonal luteal phase support may be appropriate management of ectopic pregnancy in selected patients following frozen embryo transfer.
Paul B. Miller, M.D.
Rudimentary horn pregnancy requires early recognition and intervention to prevent morbidity.
Alex Y. Chen, M.D., Ph.D., Jessica K. Sassic, B.S., Mazen Mislmani, M.D., and Anna V. Hoekstra, M.D., M.P.H.
Aggressive multimodality therapy may be considered in patients with oligometastatic ovarian cancer to the brain, as long-term survival is possible.
Katherine L. Dengler, M.D., Kelsey J. Simpson, M.D.,
Payam Katebi Kashi, M.D., Ph.D., and Barton C. Staat, M.D.
A paraganglioma diagnosed in the first trimester was conservatively managed with alpha antagonists and beta blockers with good outcomes for both mother and fetus.
Cong-Hui Pang, M.D., Zhen-Gao Sun, Ph.D., Wen-Xiu Yang, M.D., and Sen Hou, M.D.
The mechanical method is not recommended for fetal reduction in monochorionic triplets, and radiofreqency ablation should be considered as an alternative.
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