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Articles from OBG Management (September 1, 2010)

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Are ObGyns offering the range of treatment options for early pregnancy failure? Kaunitz, Andrew M. Survey 632
As understanding of female sexual dysfunction evolves, so do its labels. Levy, Barbara S. 560
Colon injured when trocar is inserted. Brief article 155
Early scheduled births are fueled, in part, by complacency and greed. Semchyshyn, Stefan Letter to the editor 140
ENT complaints in pregnancy. Part 2: the ear and the throat: did you know that laryngopharyngeal reflux is distinct from GERD--and becomes worse during pregnancy? That the thyroid enlarges in half of gravidas? That some pregnant women experience changes to their voice? Funk, Etai; Gelbard, Alexander Clinical report 4332
Flibanserin gets an unequivocal thumbs down. Levy, Barbara S. 1147
Gynecologic surgeons need more than a curriculum. Weinreb, Saul Letter to the editor 433
Instant quiz. 119
Intravaginal DHEA improves postmenopausal sexual function. Levy, Barbara S. 360
Late cesarean blamed for newborn's CP. Brief article 236
New solutions for PPH and vaginal repair from Glenveigh Medical. Brief article 152
OB exonerated following brachial plexus injury. Brief article 127
Potential for better cycle control: in the news, now on the shelf: a novel estradiol-based OC: the first birth control pill was sold in the United States in 1960. Fifty years later, oral contraceptives continue to evolve--as Natazia demonstrates. Barbieri, Robert L. 1254
Rectal mucosa found in vaginal cuff closure. Brief article 105
Sexual dysfunction: a dearth of approved drugs for desire and arousal disorders frustrates women and clinicians alike. The good news? Several products are in the pipeline. Levy, Barbara S. 324
Skilled US imaging of the adnexal mass: Part 1: starting point: whether you scan the patient yourself or refer her to an ultrasonography lab, you need to be able to identify both physiologic and pathologic structures. Timor-Tritsch, Ilan E.; Goldstein, Steven R. Clinical report 1889
Vitamin D is vital for the developing fetus. Bonura, Frank Letter to the editor 474
What can we offer to our patients? Levy, Barbara S. 344

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