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Amanika Kumar, M.D., discusses the different types of pelvic exenteration for recurrent gynecologic cancer.
Overactive bladder and its symptoms can be discouraging and debilitating for patients. Making use of the most current therapies and implementing them in a prescribed sequence, starting with the most conservative measures, is the key to managing the problem.
Learn more about fibroid care within the Division of Gynecology at Mayo Clinic.
Andrea Mariani, M.D., M.S., a gynecological surgeon at Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses the importance of minimally invasive surgery and sentinel nodes in the evolution of surgical treatment of endometrial cancer.
Alice Y. Chang, M.D., breaks down polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), including treatment strategies based on the patient's primary concern related to the disease.
It may seem odd to worry about fertility when we’re talking about childhood cancer. Mayo Clinic’s Zaraq Khan, M.B.B.S. discusses a treatment called gamete cryopreservation.
Rodrigo Ruano, M.D., Ph.D., explains twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome, a severe situation with a risk of pregnancy loss in approximately 80% of cases if no prenatal treatment is performed, and the benefits of fetoscopic laser ablation ...
Gynecologic oncologist Gretchen E. Glaser, M.D., with Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota, discusses a study that compares the quality of life and clinical outcomes among women with endometrial cancer and stress urinary incontinence who ...
There are many options available to treat recurrent ovarian cancer, even if it has recurred more than once. Recurrence is common in patients with ovarian cancer.
Women who are obese are six times more likely to develop endometrial cancer than women who maintain a healthy weight. Amanika Kumar, M.D., discusses the relationship between obesity and endometrial cancer and treatment to ensure long-term, ...
Researchers at Mayo Clinic have shown that it is possible to detect endometrial cancer using tumor DNA picked up by ordinary tampons.