OB-GYN

(redirected from Obstetrics-Gynecology)
AcronymDefinition
OB-GYNObstetrics-Gynecology
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Hoang is accepting new patients at the newly renovated obstetrics-gynecology office, Suite G05, Medical Arts Building, 100 South St., Southbridge.
The USPSTF is an independent panel of experts in the fields of family medicine, obstetrics-gynecology, pediatrics, nursing, prevention research, and psychology.
The doctors appearing on this list practice in a wide range of categories--asthma, cancer, cardiology, dermatology, HW-AIDS, internal medicine, neurology, obstetrics-gynecology, ophthalmology, orthopedics, pediatrics, primary care, and urology, to name a few--and are located in various parts of the country.
We recently attempted but failed to interest a graduating obstetrics-gynecology resident into locating in a small town in our region.
Varghese, an embryologist in Canada, Sjoblom, and Jayaprakasan bring together embryologists, and reproductive medicine, fertility, and obstetrics-gynecology specialists from around the world, who contribute 19 chapters on setting up an in vitro fertilization lab by embryologists and other professionals.
She worked as an administrative secretary at UMass Memorial Hospital Obstetrics-Gynecology Department for many years before she retired in 2007.
A total of 104 third-year students doing an 8-week obstetrics-gynecology clerk-ship were randomized to attend or not attend the half-day clinic.
The number of students selecting family medicine, internal medicine, obstetrics-gynecology, and pediatrics was counted each year and expressed as a proportion of the number of students entering residencies in that year.
Focusing on family practice, internal medicine, pediatrics, and obstetrics-gynecology, they explain medical abbreviations, symbols, and commonly misspelled terms; documentation and in-office screenings, with charting examples; telephone screenings, with tables of questions, responses, and advice; pharmacology and other procedures, including drug classifications, commonly prescribed drugs, over-the-counter medications, and injectable medications; laboratory normal values, their clinical significance, and procedures; x-ray and diagnostic examinations and preparation; and emergency procedures (a new section).
Freeman, professor, departments of obstetrics-gynecology and psychiatry, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.