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Articles from OBG Management (November 1, 2009)

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$23 million for failure to test breast lump. Brief article 229
Advanced energy systems for laparoscopic gynecology procedures: multifunctional technology yields reliable outcomes, enhances patient safety, and increases procedure efficiency. Discussion 4267
Another SERM bites the dust. Goldstein, Steven R. 468
As uses widen for intrauterine contraception, why haven't ObGyns become advocates? Unintended pregnancies would likely decline if we prescribed these methods of birth control more often. Barbieri, Robert L. Editorial 1319
Can progesterone prevent prematurity dependably? Here's what we know, after 30 years of study, about the usefulness of progesterone in 4 settings: recurrent preterm birth, multiple gestation, a short cervix, and preterm labor. Spong, Catherine Y. Case study 4785
Denosumab nears FDA approval for treatment of osteoporosis. Goldstein, Steven R. 1016
Does benefit always outweigh risk when a SERM is used to prevent primary breast cancer? Kaunitz, Andrew M. Report 730
Evidence points to safety of home birth. Simkins, Geradine; Iorillo, Maria; Tashjian, Christy; Nixon, Angy; Phillips, Audra; Stewart, Pam Dye 691
Looking for a specialized service? can help. Brief article 233
Parties settle for $11 million after uterine rupture. Brief article 127
Radiologist: it's Ca. Gyns: no, it is not. Patient dies--of Ca. Brief article 300
Skill of attendant is critical in home birth. Bramanti, Henry 1089
Some hormonal contraceptives may affect bone density. Goldstein, Steven R. Report 964
Some women choose home birth to avoid cesarean delivery. Prowant, Angela Brief article 288
SpectraSan 24[TM] disinfectant is safe for health-care settings. 101
TSEC, a novel compound, enters development. Goldstein, Steven R. Report 854
When starting an antidepressant, try either of these 2 drugs first: most patients find that sertraline and escitalopram are more effective and better tolerated than other antidepressants. Patrick, Gail L.; Combs, Gene N.; Gavagan, Thomas F. Report 2577
Why we must make a stronger commitment to lesbian family health: "equitable treatment" recommended by ACOG does not eliminate health-care disparities between families headed by heterosexual parents and those headed by same-sex parents. O'Hanlan, Katherine A. 3709

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