267. Obstetrics And Gynecology: Competency-Based Companion

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267. Obstetrics And Gynecology: Competency-Based Companion

267. Obstetrics And Gynecology: Competency-Based Companion

 

 

CATEGORY: Medical & Medicine – 500 Courses

COURSE NUMBER: 267

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Syllabus

Section I: INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPETENCIES 1
Section Editor: Linnea S. Hauge PhD
Chapter 1 How to Study This Book 3
Michael Belden MD and Barry D. Mann MD, FACS
Chapter 2 Medical Knowledge: An Essential Competency 6
James F. Burke MD and Sandra Fine MBA
Chapter 3 Practice-Based Learning and Improvement 8
Linda M. Szymanski MD, PhD
Chapter 4 Interpersonal and Communication Skills 12
Debra Nestel PhD, Katherine Berg MD, MPH, and Dale Berg MD
Chapter 5 Professionalism from Hippocrates to the Residency
Review Committee 14
Benjamin Fogel MD and Peter A. Schwartz MD
Chapter 6 The Systems-Based Practice Competency 20
Stephen E. Gordon MD and Gerald W. Peden MD, MA
Chapter 7 How to Succeed on the Ob/Gyn Clerkship 23
Philip J. DiGiacomo III MD
Chapter 8 Using the Competencies to Become an Effective
Teacher 27
Hindi E. Stohl MD and Jessica L. Bienstock MD, MPH
Chapter 9 Oral Presentations in Obstetrics 31
Michael Belden MD
Appendix 1: ACGME Clinical Competencies 38
Appendix 2: Competency Self-Assessment Form: Obstetrics 41
Appendix 3: Competency Self-Assessment Form: Gynecology 42
Section II: CASES IN OBSTETRIC MANAGEMENT 43
Section Editor: Gary D. Blake MD
Chapter 10 Obstetric Tools: Prenatal Ultrasound in
Each Trimester 45
Andrew Gerson MD

Chapter 11 Routine Prenatal Care (Case 1) 52
Lucinda S. Antosh DO and Arlene Smalls MD
Chapter 12 Antenatal Screening and Prenatal Diagnosis for
Fetal Genetic Disorders (Case 2) 59
Gregory Margolin MD and Alan E. Donnenfeld MD
Chapter 13 Antenatal Fetal Surveillance (Case 3) 72
Vonetta T. Sylvestre MD and Garo Megerian MD
Chapter 14 Teaching Visual: Fetal Heart-Rate Interpretation 82
Stephanie B. Boswell MD, Emily Abramson-Chen MD, and Daron A. Kahn MD
Chapter 15 Obstetric Anesthesia (Case 4) 92
Dmitri Chamchad MD
Chapter 16 Normal Labor (Case 5) 100
Vonetta T. Sylvestre MD
Chapter 17 Abnormalities of Labor and Their Management
(Case 6) 109
Michael Belden MD
Chapter 18 Postpartum Hemorrhage (Case 7) 117
Renee M. Bassaly DO and Norman A. Brest MD
Chapter 19 Teaching Visual: Managing Postpartum
Hemorrhage 128
Neelesh Welling MD, Deborah M. Davenport MD, and Michael Belden MD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Obstetric Management 133
Kaighn Smith MD
Section III: CASES IN MATERNAL/FETAL MEDICINE 135
Section Editor: Gary D. Blake MD
Chapter 20 Early Pregnancy Loss and Miscarriage (Case 8) 137
Suzanne S. Nogami MD
Chapter 21 Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy (Case 9) 146
Gennady G. Miroshnichenko MD, Paul S. Robbins DO,
and Andrew Gerson MD
Chapter 22 Diabetes in Pregnancy (Case 10) 159
Sue-Anne Toh MD and Michael F. Crutchlow MD
Chapter 23 Pulmonary Diseases in Pregnancy (Case 11) 170
Leah Lande MD
Chapter 24 Premature Labor, Abnormal Bleeding,
and Abdominal Pain in the Second and Third Trimesters
(Case 12) 180
Patricia I. Carney MD, FACOG and Anthony C. Sciscione DO

Chapter 25 Twin Gestations (Case 13) 189
Jennifer E. Agrusa, Michelle M. Edwards DO, and David E. Seubert MD, JD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Maternal/Fetal Medicine 199
Nancy S. Roberts MD
Section IV: CASES IN INFECTION DURING PREGNANCY 203
Section Editors: Katherine A. Belden MD and Allan R. Tunkel MD, PhD
Chapter 26 Pneumonia in Pregnancy (Case 14) 205
Katherine A. Belden MD
Chapter 27 Acute Pyelonephritis in Pregnancy (Case 15) 217
Randi Silibovski MD, FACP
Chapter 28 Chorioamnionitis and Endometritis (Case 16) 225
Dionissios Neofytos MD, MPH
Chapter 29 HIV and Pregnancy (Case 17) 235
Katherine A. Belden MD
Chapter 30 Syphilis in Pregnancy 246
William R. Short MD, MPH and Katherine A. Belden MD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Infections in Pregnancy 250
Jennifer L. Aldrich MD, Mark J. Ingerman MD, FACP, Brett C. Gilbert DO,
FACOI, and Lawrence L. Livornese, Jr. MD, FACP, FIDSA
Section V: CASES IN GYNECOLOGY 255
Section Editor: Caren M. Stalburg MD, MA
Chapter 31 Teaching Visual: The Menstrual Cycle 257
Michael Belden MD, Neelesh Welling MD, and Deborah M. Davenport MD
Chapter 32 The Menstrual Cycle (Case 18) 261
Carey L. Keiter DO, Deborah M. Davenport MD, and Maureen E. Basha PhD
Chapter 33 Contraception (Case 19) 269
Joan A. Keegan DO, Mehdi Parva MD, Camilo A. Ruiz DO,
and Joanne Kakaty-Monzo DO
Chapter 34 Abnormal Uterine Bleeding (Case 20) 282
Khaled H. Sakhel MD and Linda Bradley MD
Chapter 35 Vaginitis (Case 21) 293
Kimberly M. Lenhardt MD, FACOG
Chapter 36 Pelvic Pain (Case 22) 303
Michael Belden MD and Barry D. Mann MD, FACS
Chapter 37 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease (Case 23) 313
Sutthichai Sae-Tia MD, PhD

Chapter 38 Uterine Leiomyomas (Case 24) 323
Benjamin E. Montgomery MD
Chapter 39 Imaging Tools for Common Pelvic Disorders 331
Michael S. Ferrell MD, Ronit K. Devon MD, and Harry G. Zegel MD, FACR
Chapter 40 The Premenstrual Syndrome (Case 25) 346
Michael Belden MD
Chapter 41 Urogynecology and Urinary Incontinence (Case 26) 354
Marc R. Toglia MD
Chapter 42 Menopausal Concerns and Treatment (Case 27) 364
Asma Ali MD, and Beverly M. Vaughn MD
Chapter 43 Osteoporosis (Case 28) 371
Joseph S. Ferroni MD, FACOG
Chapter 44 Human Papillomavirus–Related Vulvar Disease
(Case 29) 381
Michelle Vichnin MD
Chapter 45 Pap Testing and Cervical Cytologic Surveillance
(Case 30) 389
Janine M. Barsoum DO
Chapter 46 Breast Cancer Screening (Case 31) 396
Robin M. Ciocca DO, Paula M. Termuhlen MD, FACS, and Ari D. Brooks MD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Gynecology 410
Mark B. Woodland MS, MD, FACOG
Section VI: CASES IN REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY 415
Section Editor: Keith Issacson MD
Chapter 47 Evaluation of the Infertile Patient (Case 32) 417
Shahab S. Minassian MD
Chapter 48 Endometriosis (Case 33) 426
Christian M. Perez MD and John J. Orris DO, MBA
Chapter 49 Approaching Secondary Amenorrhea (Case 34) 436
Jessica M. Mory DO and Cynthia Carrole Sagullo MD, FACOG
Chapter 50 Teaching Visual: Secondary Amenorrhea 445
Anthony Lee Yu and Michael Belden MD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Reproductive Endocrinology 449
William H. Pfeffer MD
Section VII: CASES IN GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY 453
Section Editor: Mitchell I. Edelson MD
Chapter 51 Cervical Cancer (Case 35) 455
Kristen M. McCullen MD and Norman G. Rosenblum MD, PhD

Chapter 52 Endometrial Cancer (Case 36) 465
Randolph P. Heinzel MD and David Holtz MD
Chapter 53 Teaching Visual: Ureteral Anatomy 473
Pinckney J. Maxwell IV MD and Gerald A. Isenberg MD
Chapter 54 Ovarian Cancer (Case 37) 480
Matthew P. Boente MD, FACOG
Chapter 55 Gestational Trophoblastic Disease (Case 38) 489
Jonathan C. Cook MD and Norman G. Rosenblum MD, PhD
Professor’s Pearls: Cases in Gynecologic Oncology 499
Donald G. Gallup MD
Section VIII: The Competencies: Challenges and Patient
Perspectives 503
Section Editor: Linnea S. Hauge PhD and Sara N. Mann
Chapter 56 Issues in Primary Care for the Obstetrician/
Gynecologist 505
Kirsten Jacobson MD and Ernest M. Enzien MD
Chapter 57 The Importance of Screening for Violence in
the Teen Population 507
Michelle Vichnin MD
Chapter 58 Obesity and Obstetrics: Using Systems and
Early Intervention 509
Kelly C. Allison PhD, Chad O. Edwards MS, RD, and Thomas A. Wadden PhD
Chapter 59 Pregnancy Termination and the Competencies 511
Richard D. Kaplan MD and Frank J. White MD
Chapter 60 On Birthing Plans and Birthing Outcomes:
Perspectives from a Physician–Patient 515
Cynthia D. Smith MD
Chapter 61 A Defense Attorney’s Perspective 518
Mary Grady Walsh Esq.
Chapter 62 Coping with the Malpractice Insurance Crisis
and Rising Costs: The Advantages of a Physician-Organized
System 521
Stephen P. Krell MD, FACOG
Section IX: OPERATIVE DELIVERY AND GYNECOLOGIC
PROCEDURES 525
OPERATIVE DELIVERY PROCEDURES
Section Editor: Michael Belden MD
Procedure 1: Vacuum Assisted Vaginal Delivery 527
Procedure 2: Forceps Assisted Vaginal Delivery 528

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Procedure 3: Episiotomy Repair 529
Procedure 4: Caesarean Section 530
GYNECOLOGIC PROCEDURES
Section Editor: Mark O. Finnegan MD
Procedure 1: Dilatation and Curettage/Hysteroscopy 531
Procedure 2: Endometrial Ablation 532
Procedure 3: Cone Biopsy/Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedure

Procedure 4: Marsupialization of Bartholin’s Duct Cyst 534
Procedure 5: Laparoscopy 535
Procedure 6: Fulguration of Endometriosis 536
Procedure 7: Abdominal Hysterectomy 537
Procedure 8: Vaginal Hysterectomy 538
Procedure 9: Surgical Staging for Endometrial and Ovarian

Cancers 539
Procedure 10: Pfannenstiel Incision 540
Credits 541
Index 543

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