A multidisciplinary Cleveland Clinic team led by Darrell Cass, MD, has successfully performed a challenging fetal surgery to remove an intrapericardial teratoma that posed imminent lethal risk to a nearly 27-week-old fetus. Only one previous incidence of extended survival after fetal intrapericardial teratoma resection is documented in the world’s medical literature.
IVF researchers used an artificial intelligence tool to help them determine how blastocyst pumping events relate to implantation rates.
A recently developed vaginal insert provides more control for some patients who suffer from fecal incontinence.
There has been little effort to examine the impact on study participants who may be willing to carry a genomically modified human embryo, but this is important population must be apprised of the potential risks and benefits of such research.
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A recent study shows that the use of hysteroscopy during endometrial sampling can help detect leiomyosarcoma before hysterectomy.
Healthcare providers should frame patient concerns in the context of the seriousness of the pandemic.
An intraoperative study by Cleveland Clinic underscores the multifactorial nature of pelvic pain among transgender men.
Cesarean scar ectopic pregnancy occurs in about 1 in 2,000 pregnancies. In this case presentation, Ob/Gyn Cara King, DO, repaired the defect and preserved the uterus via laparoscopic resection.
The prophylactic use of tranexamic acid (TXA) may prevent hemorrhage following cesarean delivery, a recent study suggests. In this article, maternal-fetal medicine specialist Justin Lappen, MD, explains why more studies are needed.
A recent study found a 10-month survival difference for women with recurrent gynecologic cancers who received antibiotics prior to immunotherapy.