Respected ob/gyn reflects on past and future as he takes on new role overseas as Chief of Staff, Chief Academic Officer and Medical Director at Cleveland Clinic London.
Infertility can be a complex disorder, but also highly treatable by primary care physicians in conjunction with fertility specialists or Ob/Gyns. This informative article covers which tests to order and when (and when not to), and discusses when a referral is indicated.
Robotic surgery may be sexy, but it’s no better or worse than traditional laparoscopic surgery for endometriosis when performed by an experienced surgeon.
A Cleveland Clinic gynecology team investigates versican proteolysis to further explain the pathogenesis of leiomyomas, perhaps offering a new therapeutic direction for this very common malady.
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A study of women with Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS) who underwent bariatric surgery found they significantly lost weight, lowered their BMIs, reduced their ovary size and had more regular menstrual cycles.
Dr. Andreas Tzakis shares how the patient is doing, what the surgery involves, why a deceased-donor uterus was used and why he supports transplantation of a non-vital organ.
Trial hopes to show that temporary placement of a donor uterus can allow appropriately selected young women to bear children, a concept proven successful in a small European trial
A small, noncoding regulatory RNA may regulate MIF expression to attempt to curtail ectopic endometriotic lesion establishment and survival.
This prospective study supports conservative surgical management for women with endometriomas when fertility is at stake.