A psychiatrist with expertise in gender dysphoria explores implications of documented structural and functional differences between transgender and cisgender brains.
A psychiatrist with our Transgender Surgery and Medicine Program shares insights on the behavioral health aspects of caring for a population not well served by traditional medical training.
Child and adolescent psychiatrists are increasingly asked to work with transgender youth, but many have no training with this patient population. An expert shares his approach.
Urogynecologists Emi Bretschneider, MD and Cecile Ferrando, MD, MPH, explain their new study, which found that transgender males undergoing hysterectomy have complication rates similar to cis-gender women.
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A comprehensive review of neuroimaging studies of people with gender dysphoria prompts proposal of the concept of “brain gender.” The lead researcher outlines clinical and research implications.
Transgender men have the same healthcare needs as women, but may resist seeing a gynecologist. Here, Cleveland Clinic gynecologist Cecile Unger, MD, with the Center for LGBT Care offers myriad tips to help make patients feel comfortable obtaining the healthcare they need.
Transgender men using testosterone can be surprised by unintended pregnancy. Here, an experienced LBGT gynecologist offers advice on contraception options for this unique population.
Pediatricians can serve as a frontline screen for body discomfort, gender dysphoria, and disordered eating attitudes and behaviors in transgendered youths.