From the Journals
Lesbians were almost 10 times as likely as were heterosexuals to say they had suffered violence at the hands of men who impregnated them.
Vesicovaginal fistulas can almost always be repaired vaginally, writes Dr. Alan D. Garely in this month’s Master Class.
For this month’s Master Class in Gynecologic Surgery, Dr. Charles E. Miller introduces Dr. Alan D. Garely.
Gynecologic Oncology Consult
In this month's Gynecologic Oncology Consult, Dr. Emma C. Rossi discusses critical counseling for cervical dysplasia patients offered hysterectomy...
News from the FDA/CDC
The FDA warned about the safe use of medical devices and products that may increase the risk of surgical fires.
In this month’s Master Class, Dr. Kimberly Kenton and Dr. Margaret Mueller discuss iatrogenic urinary tract injuries during gynecologic surgery....
In this month’s Master Class in gynecologic surgery, two urogynecologists discuss the management of ureteral injury.
ORLANDO – Cell salvage may help reduce the need for allogeneic blood transfusion in patients undergoing abdominal myomectomy, a retrospective...
SAN FRANCISCO – A retrospective analysis at a tertiary center suggests fear of incontinence should not prevent mesh removal.
LOS ANGELES - In a study enrolling 28 women with endometriosis, all had evidence of myofascial dysfunction and pain.