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In this video, Steven R. Goldstein, MD, professor of obstetrics and gynecology at NYU, discusses new research he presented in October at the 25th annual North American Menopause Society meeting.
New research shows that obstetricians may need to rethink how they screen certain patients for gestational diabetes mellitus.
Reports of women being criticized for “intense” workouts in late pregnancy are circulating the Web. Are these criticisms clinically warranted, or are the criticizers just bullies?
The actual measurements of the total and core diameters of laser fibers used for urological surgery do not conform to the advertised measurements, a new study found.
The current treatment of mild gestational diabetes mellitus results in fewer cases of preeclampsia, shoulder dystocia, and macrosomia but seems to have no effect on neonatal hypoglycemia or future poor metabolic outcomes, concluded a systematic review and meta-analysis.
Women should wait 12 to 18 months after weight-loss surgery before trying to become pregnant, according to an evidence-based literature review.
There is insufficient evidence to determine whether measurement of symphysis fundal height (SFH) can effectively detect intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR), concludes a new systematic review.
Preconceptual laparoscopic abdominal cerclage is associated with favorable perinatal outcomes in patients with a poor obstetric history, concludes a new study.
When fetal compromise is suspected, deferring delivery to allow the fetus more time in the womb until test results worsen or a favorable gestational age has been achieved may improve fetal and maternal outcomes, concluded a new study.