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Articles from OB GYN News (May 1, 2005)

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Title Author Type Words
3-D ultrasound reveals 'tremendous detail'. Sherman, Carl 539
A view from across the chasm. Madion, Timothy P. Letter to the Editor 284
Acute low back pain. Sullivan, Michele G. 694
Aerosolized microbes may pose contamination hazard in OR. Evans, Jeff 863
Aggressive Tx less cost effective for low-birth-weight infants. Finn, Robert 350
Be aware of low bone density in the young. Wachter, Kerri 708
Blacks just as likely as whites to pursue BRCA test. Little, Linda 325
Cervical screening guidelines are evolving for adolescents. Walsh, Nancy 599
Children of preeclamptic mothers at risk for pulmonary hypertension. Brunk, Doug Brief Article 287
CMS sees 4.3% drop in Medicare reimbursements: cut is expected due to rising medical costs. Schneider, Mary Ellen 822
Congress goes beyond hill for health care Rx. Frieden, Joyce 727
Contraceptive access. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 122
Controversial abstinence site. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 175
Couples accept prenatal genetic testing with CMA: there was a 71% acceptance rate of chromosome microarray analysis in those undergoing amnio or CVS. 512
Don't overlook diagnosis of mullerian agenesis. Finn, Robert 493
Dx of metabolic syndrome often missed in women. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 269
EC legislation fails. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 154
Embolotherapy eases pelvic congestion: in 131 women who had the procedure, 85% reported improvement at a mean 45 months' follow-up. Sullivan, Michele G. 633
Exercises for type 2 diabetes patients. Nagler, Willibald 804
Fetal genetic disorders test being developed. Little, Linda 308
For vulvar contusions, cold packs often suffice. Walsh, Nancy 342
Group raises concerns about Medicare Part B. Frieden, Joyce 613
HHS focuses on flu pandemic preparedness plan. Sternberg, David 656
Hospital midwives seek right to certify false labor: EMTALA's guidelines leave it up to the hospital to determine whether doctors should examine the patient. Silverman, Jennifer 894
How to run effective office meetings. Eastern, Joseph S. Editorial 821
Immunizations in high-risk adults overlooked. Tucker, Miriam E. 509
Indomethacin, cervical length evaluation up birth weight in twins. Finn, Robert Brief Article 246
Industry expert: health savings accounts engage consumers in care. Schneider, Mary Ellen 454
Keep priorities straight when treating eclampsia. Sherman, Carl 598
Manometry offers useful diagnostic information. Worcester, Sharon 320
Many high-risk patients got flu shots this year. Ault, Alicia 610
Maryland poised for premium relief. Schneider, Mary Ellen 1023
Maternal morbidity tied to prolonged MgS[O.sub.4] tocolysis. Finn, Robert Brief Article 231
Medical management is first step in treating constipation: thorough history, exam are important for each case, and every complaint of bleeding and obstruction should be investigated. Worcester, Sharon 829
New penicillin skin test on horizon for next year. Johnson, Kate 554
New treatment approved for endometriosis pain. Sullivan, Michele G. 757
OC use not linked to depression in adolescents. Kirn, Timothy F. 367
OCs called 'fabulous' adjunctive Tx for acne. Wendling, Patrice 436
One expert's opinion: Burch colposuspension still has its place. Worcester, Sharon 403
Options emerge for fecal incontinence, but results uncertain for long term. Worcester, Sharon 603
Outpatient PID treatment dicey with adolescents. Kirn, Timothy F. Brief Article 243
Panel gives mixed recommendations on silicone implants. Mechcatie, Elizabeth 864
Partial-breast irradiation can provide good cosmetic results. Wendling, Patrice 580
Patients need not stop clopidogrel before surgery. Zoler, Mitchel L. Brief Article 234
Patients who have had invasive procedures more open to carrier testing. 328
Pepper extract provides relief for pruritus ani. Sullivan, Michele G. 426
Physicians urged to adopt office hysteroscopy. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 477
Physicians, patients decry COX-2 withdrawals: Bextra voluntarily withdrawn from the market; FDA wants black box warnings on all prescription NSAIDs. Sullivan, Michele G. 1170
Planned C-section reduces second twin's risk. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 440
Possible genetic basis for racial disparities in endometrial Ca. Sullivan, Michele G. 533
Prenatal testing legislation. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 138
Promote healthy behavior with FRAMES technique. Splete, Heidi 881
Rectovaginal fistulas can pose treatment challenges. Worcester, Sharon 735
Risk of major complication greater with VBAC. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 544
Simvastatin trial suggests statins may treat PCOS. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 640
Soft cheese made with raw milk risky in pregnancy. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 152
STDs among lesbians. Schneider, Mary Ellen Brief Article 141
Study identifies novel breast cancer prognostic markers. Wendling, Patrice 394
Study quantifies injury to bowel from NSAID use. Mechcatie, Elizabeth Brief Article 202
Study shows increasing prevalence of GDM. Tucker, Miriam E. Brief Article 307
Syndrome's risks are worse in women. Worcester, Sharon Brief Article 313
Tamoxifen alone discouraged as adjuvant Tx. Mahoney, Diana 1043
The rest of your exercises. Coralnick, Harold Brief Article 237
To aid patients in losing weight, think small. Jancin, Bruce 813
Treating pelvic congestion eases leg venous reflux pain. Sullivan, Michele G. 309
Treatment urged for all pregnant HIV patients. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 350
Two-drug BV regimen urged in pregnancy. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 600
Uproar over COX-2 inhibitors alters landscape of drug trials. Wendling, Patrice 339
Uterosacral vaginal vault suspension advocated: expert says it's his preferred treatment for older patients who have apical prolapse and low risk of recurrence. Worcester, Sharon 697
Vaccinate and educate. Maehr, Jennifer Brief Article 159
VBAC attempts, failures linked to maternal age. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 550
VBAC is viable option after fetal demise, study suggests. MacNeil, Jane Salodof 553
Warn patients about heart risks after preeclampsia: preeclampsia is a manifestation of underlying silent disease that will develop later into a clinical condition. Sherman, Carl 552
We pay dearly for 'human mistakes'. Peters, Scott Letter to the Editor 221

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