Innovations in Gynecology Winter 2014
Articles in this issue
To Preserve Fertility in the Youngest Oncology PatientsJohns Hopkins researchers hope to make it possible for girls who must undergo chemotherapy before puberty to later have children.
From the Director
Minimally Invasive Surgery
Using laparoendoscopic single-site surgery (LESS) and other minimally invasive techniques, Johns Hopkins gynecologic surgeons are performing operations that once required large open incisons.
Studying the Causes of Pelvic Floor ProblemsHow Johns Hopkins research is shedding new light on incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse.
Where Pelvic Pain Meets Its MatchBecause pelvic pain often stems from more than one cause, the Johns Hopkins Center for Chronic Pelvic Pain brings together experts in more than eight specialties.
An unprecedented case suggests that amnioinfusion may help when a fetus has no kidneys or non-functioning kidneys.