Yearly Index

2012 Department Index
Adolescent Gynecology
  • Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptives for Adolescents, Williams RL. 37:21-26(March).
  • Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Holland-Hall C. 37:23-29(May).
  • Oligomenorrhea in the Adolescent, Jacobs AM. 37:18-24(July).
Case Report
  • Pyometra After Myomectomy: A Case Report and Brief Review of the Literature, Lake AG, Clark B. 37:44-48(April).
Contraception Update
  • Ten Tips for Successful IUD Placement, Schnare SM, Nelson AL. 37:21-28(September).
Disease Management
  • The Female Athlete Triad, Carlson JL, Golden NH. 37:16-24(June).
  • HPV DNA Testing Leads to Early Detection of Cervical Cancer, . 1:1(January).
  • Vaginal Prolapse Outcomes Similar With or Without Mesh, . 1:2(January).
  • Sexual Activity Safe for Most Cardiovascular Disease Patients, . 1:1(February).
  • FDA Update on the Risk of Blood Clots from Birth Control Pills Containing Drospirenone, . 1:2(April).
  • April is STD Awareness Month, . 1:1(April).
Fast-Track Study
  • Challenges of Hereditary Angioedema in Female Patients, Baker JW. 37:41-49(February).
Guest Editorial
  • Obstetric Ethics: Importance of the Professional Responsibility Model, Chervenak FA, McCullough LB, Brent RL. 37:14-17(April).
  • Supreme Court Ruling a Major Victory for Women's Health, Tewari KS. 37:11-13(September).
  • Abandoning Preconception Care: IOM’s Tragic Error,

     Nelson AL

    . 37:10-12(November).
Gynecologic Oncology
  • Quality of Life for Breast Cancer Survivors: Vasomotor Symptoms and Vulvovaginal Atrophy, Minkin MJ. 37:37-42(April).
  • Management of Asymptomatic Adnexal Masses in Reproductive-aged Women, Gaba ND; Keller JM. 37:24-30(October).
Gynecologic Surgery
  • Liposuction: A Gynecologist’s Perspective, Swisher E, Weiss PM. 37:39-46(March).
  • Vaginal Hysterectomy: A Simplified Approach to Enter the Anterior Cul-de-sac, Sze EHM, Beverly R. 37:38-43(May).
  • Alternatives to Hysterectomy for Symptomatic Uterine Myomas, Comerford KP, Hurst BS. 37:29-38(September).
Gynecology Update
  • Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: New Definitions and Contemporary Terminology, Garza-Cavazos A, Loret de Mola JR. 37:27-36(July).
  • Evidence-based Recommendations for Abnormal Uterine Bleeding: Hysterectomy versus Alternative Therapy,

     Harmanli O; Wheeler TL; Matteson KA; Abed H; Sung VW; Rahn DD; Schaffer JI; Uhlig K; Balk EM

    . 37:28-32(November).
  • Cover, . 37:(January).
  • Clinical Decision Making and Diagnostic Errors, Burkman RT, Fennell JL. 37:34-36(March).
  • Informed Consent: Sometimes It's Not All That Easy, Burkman RT, Fennell JL. 37:25-28(June).
  • LegalEase: How Small Is Too Small?, Burkman RT. 37:43-46(October).
Lifestyle and Health
  • WELLNESS: Know the Normal Numbers— and Yours!, Sulak PJ. 37:17-20(February).
  • Wellness: Stifle Stress and Sever Suffering, Sulak PJ. 37:18-20(April).
  • Wellness: Live Longer and Livelier, Sulak PJ. 37:16-17(July).
Maternal-Fetal Medicine
  • Shoulder Dystocia: Preparing for an Ominous—and Unpredictable—Obstetric Emergency, Ashmead GG. 37:32-40(February).
  • Advanced Maternal Age and Risks for Adverse Outcomes, Canterino JC. 37:25-33(March).
  • Preterm Birth and 17 Alpha-Hydroxyprogesterone Caproate, Luthra G, Healy A. 37:44-48(May).
  • Fertility-Sparing Management of Endometrial Carcinoma , Galic V, Gupta D. 37:39-47(June).
Menopausal Health
  • Getting a Good Night's Sleep in Perimenopause and Midlife, Edelman JS. 37:27-31(February).
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of the Non–Sex-related Symptoms of Vulvovaginal Atrophy,

     Minkin MJ; Guess MK

    . 37:33-41(November).
Menopause Matters
  • To Treat or Not to Treat: Reducing Fracture Risk in Postmenopausal Women, Lewiecki EM. 37:11-16(January).
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Overactive Bladder in Midlife Women, Muffly TM, Paraiso MFR. 37:17-22(March).
  • Risks of Being Sexual in Midlife: What We Don’t Know Can Hurt Us, Taylor D, James EA. 37:17-20(May).
  • The Truth About Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, Pinkerton JV. 37:16-20(September).
  • Midlife Weight Management,

     Bachmann GA; Danspeckgruber ML

    . 37:16-21(November).
MOC Preparation
  • MOC Preparation: Gestational Diabetes Mellitus, . 37:41-47(September).
  • MOC Preparation: Breast Cancer Screening, . 37:47-49(October).
  • MOC Preparation: Maternal Valvular Heart Disease in Pregnancy, . 37:42-48(November).
Obstetrics Report
  • Obesity in Pregnancy: A Systematic Approach to Decrease Complications, Gebhardt JG, Truehart A. 37:28-33(January).
  • Chronic Hepatitis B in Pregnancy: A Workshop Consensus Statement on Screening, Evaluation, and Management, Part 1, Apuzzio J, Block JM, Cullison S, Cohen C, Leong SL, London WT, McHugh JA, Neubauer RL, Perrillo R, Squires R, Tarrant D, McMahon BJ. 37:22-27(April).
  • Chronic Hepatitis B in Pregnancy: A Workshop Consensus Statement on Screening, Evaluation, and Management, Part 2, Apuzzio J, Block JM, Cullison S, Cohen C, Leong SL, London WT, McHugh JA, Neubauer RL, Perrillo R, Squires R, Tarrant D, McMahon BJ. 37:30-34(May).
  • Cesarean Incision Decisions and Management in Obese Women, Subramaniam A, Biggio JR. 37:31-36(June).
  • Lipid Rescue in Obstetrics,

     Cardwell MS

    . 37:22-26(November).
  • VTE, Contraception, and New Recommendations from the FDA Advisory Panel, . 37:(January).
  • Addressing Your Patient’s Concerns on Breastfeeding, . 37:(February).
  • Disparities in Sexual Health Between Men and Women, . 37:(February).
  • Team Training and Its Role in Improving Patient Safety, . 37:(March).
  • The 2012 Hormone Therapy Position Statement of The North American Menopause Society: An Interview with Dr Margery Gass, . 37:(April).
  • Finding a Practice That Meets Your Needs, . 37:(May).
  • Testosterone and Female Sexual Health: Issues and Answers, . 37:(May).
  • Preeclampsia: Highlights from the ACOG Annual Clinical Meeting, . 37:(June).
  • Innovative Treatments for Vulvovaginal Atrophy, . 37:(July).
  • Tips for Initial Entry Into Practice, . 37:(July).
  • 50 Shades of Grey and the Gynecologist, . 37:(July).
  • The Annual Gyn Exam: Is It Still Needed?, . 37:(July).
  • Sex Therapy for the Gynecologist, . 37:(July).
  • Whooping Cough: A Major Epidemic of Importance to Your Pregnant Patients, . 37:(September).
  • Obesity Among Physicians: Not an Uncommon Phenomenon, . 37:1(November).
  • Wellness: Critique Your Caloric Consumption, . 37:(February).
  • Wellness: Know the Normal Numbers––and Yours, . 37:(March).
  • Preterm Birth and 17P, . 37:(April).
  • Chronic Hepatitis B in Pregnancy, . 37:(May).
  • The Female Athlete Triad , . 37:(June).
  • Oligomenorrhea in the Adolescent, . 37:(July).
  • Informed Consent, . 37:(July).
  • Use of IUDs for Contraception, . 37:(September).
Patient Handout English
  • What You Should Know About Reducing Osteoporosis Fracture Risk , . 37:47(January).
  • What You Should Know About Healthy Sleep, . 37:55(February).
  • What You Should Know About Overactive Bladder in Midlife Women, . 37:49(March).
  • What You Should Know About Hepatitis B, . 37:49(April).
  • What You Should Know About Risks of Being Sexual at Midlife, . 37:49(May).
  • What You Should Know About The Female Athlete Triad, . 37:49(June).
  • What You Should Know About Relaxation Techniques for Hot Flashes, . 37:47(July).
  • What You Should Know About Bioidentical Hormone Therapy, . 37:49(September).
  • What You Should Know About Cancer and Fertility, . 37:51(October).
  • What You Should Know about Weight & Menopause—Not an Easy Mix, . 37:49(November).
Patient Handout Spanish
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber para Disminuir el Riesgo de una Fractura Debida a la Osteoporosis, . 37:49-50(January).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre el Sueño Saludable, . 37:56(February).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre la Vejiga Hiperactiva en Mujeres a la Mediana Edad, . 37:50(March).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre la Hepatitis B, . 37:50(April).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre los Riesgos de Tener Relaciones Sexuales durante la Mediana Edad, . 37:50(May).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre la Tríada del Atletismo Femenino, . 37:50(June).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre las Técnicas de Relajamiento para los Sofocos, . 37:48(July).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre la Terapia de Hormonas Bioidénticas, . 37:50(September).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre el Cáncer y la Fertilidad, . 37:52(October).
  • Lo que Usted Debe Saber Sobre el Peso y la Menopausia—No es una Mezcla Fácil, . 37:50(November).
Practice Management
  • Text Messaging to Encourage Prenatal Care, Pelletier A, McDermott L, Myint-U K, Kvedar JC. 37:36-39(January).
Reproductive Medicine
  • Preservation of Fertility in Patients Receiving Radiation and Chemotherapy, Trolice MP. 37:32-35(October).
Sexuality Matters
  • The Vulvar Dermatoses: Part of the Differential Diagnosis for Sexual Dysfunction, Krapf JM, Goldstein A. 37:28-34(April).
  • Treatment Protocol for Vaginismus, Werner M; Gross B; Ferrara M; Marcus BS. 37:36-42(October).
  • New Options for Supporting Women Having Difficulty Conceiving, This supplement is sponsored by Everett Laboratories, Inc.. 37:1-6(April).
  • NuSwab℠ VG: A New Diagnostic Approach to Vaginitis, This supplement is sponsored by Laboratory Corporation of America® Holdings. Laboratory Corporation of America® Holdings assumes no liability for the material published herein. NuSwab℠ is a service mark of Laboratory Corporation. NuSwab℠ is a service mark of Laboratory Corporation of America® Holdings.. 37:1-4(May).
  • Hereditary Cancer Risk Assessment in Obstetrics and Gynecology: The Evolving Standard of Care,

    This supplement is sponsored by Myriad Genetics.

    . 37:1-6(November).
UroGyn Update
  • Urinary Tract Injury: Avoidance and Management, Occhino JA, Gebhart JB. 37:20-26(January).
  • Use of Botulinum Toxin in Urogynecology, El-Khawand D; Kellogg-Spadt S; O'Hare P; Whebe SA; Whitmore KE. 37:18-22(October).
  • Teen Pregnancy: A 44% What??, Sulak PJ. 37:14-16(October).

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