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Dr. Kathleen O’Neill and Dr. Paige Porrett, co-leads of Penn Medicine’s Uterus Transplantation for Uterine Factor Infertility (UNTIL) trial, explain the collaboration needed to successfully birth baby Benjamin, the second child born from ...
Current screening tools for postpartum depression may have limitations, but a new texting service as part of the Healing at Home program may help clinicians detect postpartum depression earlier. Dr. Charles Turck is joined by Dr. Kirstin ...
Cardiologists Jennifer Lewey, MD, MPH, and Monika Sanghavi, MD, led a case-based review of various risks, presentations and recommendations to help provide patients the best cardiac care during the “4th trimester” after pregnancy.
In this interview, Penn cardiologist Monika Sanghavi, MD, discusses myocardial infarction in non-obstructed coronary arteries (MINOCA), a syndrome linked to spontaneous coronary artery dissection, or SCAD, in young women.
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Penn Medicine has established a first-of-its-kind Women's Health Center for Clinical Innovation (WHCCI). Founded in 2021, the WHCCI was created to improve access and outcomes in women's health across their lifespan and drive improvements ...
Surgical coaching has had a decade-long presence in the field of Surgery, and at Penn Obstetrics and Gynecology, is the particular interest of a working group led by Stefan Gysler, MD, and Catherine Salva, MD, MSEd.
Axillary lymphadenopathy can be a sign of breast cancer. In most of the women, though, the swelling subsided within weeks. Subsequent tests and scans showed no evidence of breast cancer.
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