October 2019
Mayo researchers develping a new way to screen for endometrial cancer
Patient Care

Mayo Clinic's unique, multidisciplinary approach to managing sensitive female pelvic floor disorders allows for individualized decision-making and broad access to a multitude of treatment options.

Rare, congenital anomalies carry significant risk of mortality and disability. Mayo specialists' novel surgical methods may reverse these conditions in utero and improve fetal development.

Recent advances in reproductive endocrinology allow cryopreservation of prepubertal boys' testicular tissue and girls' ovarian tissue before they begin cancer therapy known to impact fertility adversely.

Megan N. Wasson, D.O., discusses different approaches to hysterectomy and considerations that should be factored into the decision to have a hysterectomy, to ensure the maximum benefit while minimizing risks.

Mayo specialists discuss the systematic evaluation of abnormal uterine bleeding using PALM-COEIN etiology in a study published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings.

A retrospective study found that the need for additional surgery was twice as high after a transobturator sling surgery compared with a retropubic sling procedure.


Feb. 17-20, 2020, in Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla.
Topics include radiologic evaluation of endometriosis, fetal growth restriction, chronic hypertension in pregnancy, pelvic organ prolapse and surgery for hereditary cancer risk reduction.

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