Innovations in Gynecology Winter 2013
Articles in this Issue
A Green Light for Gynecologic Cancer SurgeryAt Johns Hopkins, advanced robotic surgery with multispectral fluorescent imaging allows more precise detection and removal of suspicious lymph nodes.
Advances in Pregnancy Care
Pregnant and Obese: Making the Best of itThe Nutrition and Pregnancy Clinic at Johns Hopkins helps women with a body mass index of 30 or higher, putting them at high risk for a host of complications.
The Skinny on Exercise During PregnancyTo help answer questions about safe levels of exercise, Johns Hopkins researchers are measuring different instensity levels affect the fetus and differentiating between women who are fit and those who don't exercise.
New Thinking on Ovarian Cancer's SourceJohns Hopkins researchers are leading a North American study to identify potential sites where ovarian cancer originates, with the goal of shifting care from early detection to actual prevention.
One-Port Hysterectomy Wins FavorFor selected patients, Johns Hopkins offers single-incision laparoscopic hysterectomy.