Medical Specialty: Obstetrics / Gynecology

The OB/GYN profession cares for women who are pregnant, during the prenatal, delivery and postnatal stages of pregnancy. Also treats diseases and provides routine physical care of the female reproductive system.

Obstetrics / Gynecology
Abdominosacrocolpopexy, enterocele repair, cystoscopy, and lysis of adhesions.
Bilateral Mammogram
Bilateral Mammogram, (abnormal) additional views requested
Bilateral Tubal Occlusion - Laparoscopic
Desires permanent sterilization. Laparoscopic bilateral tubal occlusion with Hulka clips.
Biophysical Profile
BPP of Gravida 1, para 0 at 33 weeks 5 days by early dating. The patient is developing gestational diabetes.
Biophysical Profile - 1
Ultrasound BPP - Advanced maternal age and hypertension.
Breast Calcifications - Preop Consult
Suspicious calcifications upper outer quadrant, left breast. Left breast excisional biopsy with preoperative guidewire localization and intraoperative specimen radiography.
Breast Mass Excision
Excision of right breast mass. Right breast mass with atypical proliferative cells on fine-needle aspiration.
Breast Mass Excision - 1
Left breast mass and hypertrophic scar of the left breast. Excision of left breast mass and revision of scar. The patient is status post left breast biopsy, which showed a fibrocystic disease with now a palpable mass just superior to the previous biopsy site.
Breast Mass Excision - 2
Excision of left breast mass. The mass was identified adjacent to the left nipple. It was freely mobile and it did not seem to hold the skin.
Breast Radiation Therapy Followup
Breast radiation therapy followup note. Left breast adenocarcinoma stage T3 N1b M0, stage IIIA.
Breast Ultrasound & Biopsy
Diagnostic mammogram, full-field digital, ultrasound of the breast and mammotome core biopsy of the left breast.
BTL & Salpingectomy
Repeat low transverse cervical cesarean section with delivery of a viable female neonate. Bilateral tubal ligation and partial salpingectomy. Lysis of adhesions.
Cesarean Section
Cesarean Section. An incision was made as noted above in the findings and carried down through the subcutaneous tissue, muscular fascia and peritoneum.
Cesarean Section & BTL
Repeat low-transverse cesarean section, bilateral tubal ligation (BTL), extensive anterior abdominal wall/uterine/bladder adhesiolysis. Term pregnancy and desires permanent sterilization.
Cholestasis Of Pregnancy
Delivered pregnancy, cholestasis of pregnancy, fetal intolerance to labor, failure to progress. Primary low transverse cesarean section.
Colpocleisis and rectocele repair.
Complete Physical - Female
An 18-year-old white female who presents for complete physical, Pap, and breast exam.
Cone Biopsy
Cervical cone biopsy, dilatation & curettage
Consult/ER Report - OB/GYN
A female with unknown gestational age who presents to the ED after a suicide attempt.
CT Abdomen & Pelvis - OB-GYN
Abdominal pain. CT examination of the abdomen and pelvis with intravenous contrast.
Culdoplasty & Vaginal Hysterectomy
Laparoscopic assisted vaginal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, culdoplasty, and cystoscopy. Chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, pelvic adhesions, pelvic pain, fibroid uterus, and enterocele.
D&C - Discharge Summary
Hysteroscopy, dilatation and curettage (D&C), and myomectomy. Severe menometrorrhagia unresponsive to medical therapy, severe anemia, and fibroid uterus.
D&C & Hysteroscopy
Enlarged fibroid uterus, hypermenorrhea, and secondary anemia. Dilatation and curettage and hysteroscopy.
D&C & Hysteroscopy - 1
Dilation and curettage (D&C) and hysteroscopy. A female presents 7 months status post spontaneous vaginal delivery, has had abnormal uterine bleeding since her delivery with an ultrasound showing a 6 cm x 6 cm fundal mass suspicious either for retained products or endometrial polyp.
D&C & Hysteroscopy Followup
D&C and hysteroscopy. Abnormal uterine bleeding, enlarged fibroid uterus, hypermenorrhea, intermenstrual spotting, and thickened endometrium per ultrasound of a 2 cm lining. 6. Grade 1+ rectocele.
D&C & Laparoscopy
Enlarged fibroid uterus, infertility, pelvic pain, and probable bilateral tubal occlusion. Dilatation and curettage and laparoscopy and injection of indigo carmine dye.
D&C & Laparoscopy - 1
Dilation and curettage (D&C), laparoscopy, and harmonic scalpel ablation of lesion which is suspicious for endometriosis. Chronic pelvic pain, hypermenorrhea, desire for future fertility, failed conservative medical therapy, possible adenomyosis, left hydrosalpinx, and suspicion for endometriosis.
D&C & Laparoscopy - 2
Dilation and curettage (D&C), laparoscopy, enterolysis, lysis of the pelvic adhesions, and left salpingo-oophorectomy. Complex left ovarian cyst, bilateral complex adnexae, bilateral hydrosalpinx, chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, and massive pelvic adhesions.
D&C & Tubal Pregnancy Removal
Complex right lower quadrant mass with possible ectopic pregnancy. Right ruptured tubal pregnancy and pelvic adhesions. Dilatation and curettage and laparoscopy with removal of tubal pregnancy and right partial salpingectomy.
D&C, Laparoscopy, & Salpingectomy
Dilation and curettage (D&C), laparoscopy, right salpingectomy, lysis of adhesions, and evacuation of hemoperitoneum. Pelvic pain, ectopic pregnancy, and hemoperitoneum.
Delivery Note
Delivery is a normal spontaneous vaginal delivery of an intrauterine fetal demise. Fetal position is right occiput anterior.
Delivery Note - 1
Spontaneous controlled sterile vaginal delivery performed without episiotomy.
Delivery Note - 10
The patient had ultrasound done on admission that showed gestational age of 38-2/7 weeks. The patient progressed to a normal spontaneous vaginal delivery over an intact perineum.
Delivery Note - 2
Pitocin was started quickly to allow for delivery as quickly as possible. Baby was delivered with a single maternal pushing effort with retraction by the forceps.
Delivery Note - 3
Delivery was via spontaneous vaginal delivery. Nuchal cord x1 were tight and reduced. Infant was DeLee suctioned at perineum.
Delivery Note - 4
She progressed in labor throughout the day. Finally getting the complete and began pushing. Pushed for about an hour and a half when she was starting to crown.
Delivery Note - 5
Artificial rupture of membrane was performed for clear fluid. She did receive epidural anesthesia. She progressed to complete and pushing.
Delivery Note - 6
Her pregnancy is complicated by preterm contractions. She was on bedrest since her 34th week. She was admitted here and labor was confirmed with rupture of membranes.
Delivery Note - 7
The patient presented to Labor and Delivery with complaints of spontaneous rupture of membranes. She was found to be positive for Nitrazine pull and fern. At that time, she was not actually contracting.
Delivery Note - 8
Her cervix on admission was not ripe, so she was given a dose of Cytotec 25 mcg intravaginally and in the afternoon, she was having frequent contractions and fetal heart tracing was reassuring. At a later time, Pitocin was started.
Delivery Note - 9
She required augmentation with Pitocin to achieve a good active phase. She achieved complete cervical dilation.
Diagnostic Laparoscopy
The patient is a 22-year-old woman with a possible ruptured ectopic pregnancy.
Diagnostic Laparoscopy - 1
Diagnostic laparoscopy. Acute pelvic inflammatory disease and periappendicitis. The patient appears to have a significant pain requiring surgical evaluation. It did not appear that the pain was pelvic in nature, but more higher up in the abdomen, more towards the appendix.
Diagnostic Mammogram
Diagnostic Mammogram and ultrasound of the breast.
Dilatation & Curettage - D&C
Fractional dilatation and curettage
Dilation & Evacuation
Dilation and evacuation. 12 week incomplete miscarriage. The patient unlike her visit in the ER approximately 4 hours before had some tissue in the vagina protruding from the os, this was teased out and then a D&E was performed yielding significant amount of central tissue.
Ectopic Pregnancy - Discharge Summary
A 31-year-old white female admitted to the hospital with pelvic pain and vaginal bleeding. Right ruptured ectopic pregnancy with hemoperitoneum. Anemia secondary to blood loss.
Emergency C-section.
Emergency cesarean section.
Endometrial Cancer Followup
Stage IIIC endometrial cancer. Adjuvant chemotherapy with cisplatin, Adriamycin, and Abraxane. The patient is a 47-year-old female who was noted to have abnormal vaginal bleeding in the fall of 2009.
Exploratory Laparotomy - 2
Exploratory laparotomy. Extensive lysis of adhesions. Right salpingo-oophorectomy. Pelvic mass, suspected right ovarian cyst.
External Cephalic Version
External cephalic version. A 39-week intrauterine pregnancy with complete breech presentation.
Fetal Anatomical Survey
The patient is a 39-year-old gravida 3, para 2, who is now at 20 weeks and 2 days gestation. This pregnancy is a twin gestation. The patient presents for her fetal anatomical survey.
First Pap smear.
First Pap smear, complaining of irregular periods. - Menorrhagia, pelvic pain, dysmenorrhea, and irregular periods.
Full-Field Digital Mammogram (FFDM) - 1
Bilateral Screening Mammogram Full-Field Digital Mammography (FFDM) (Benign Findings)
Full-Field Digital Mammogram (FFDM) - 2
Mammogram, bilateral full-field digital mammography FFDM (patient with positive history of breast cancer).
Gardnerella Bacterial Vaginosis
Vaginal discharge with a foul odor.
Wide Local Excision of the Vulva. Radical anterior hemivulvectomy. Posterior skinning vulvectomy.
Hysterectomy - Discharge Summary
The patient underwent a total vaginal hysterectomy.
Hysterectomy - Discharge Summary - 1
Total vaginal hysterectomy. Menometrorrhagia, dysmenorrhea, and small uterine fibroids.
Hysterectomy - Discharge Summary - 2
Total vaginal hysterectomy. Microinvasive carcinoma of the cervix.
Hysterectomy - Laparoscopic Supracervical
Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy. Menorrhagia and dysmenorrhea.
Hysterectomy & Salpingoophorectomy
Total abdominal hysterectomy, right salpingoophorectomy, and extensive adhesiolysis and enterolysis.
Hysterectomy (TAH - BSO)
Exploratory laparotomy, total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy, right and left pelvic lymphadenectomy, common iliac lymphadenectomy, and endometrial cancer staging procedure.
Hysterectomy, BSO, & Appendectomy.
Pelvic tumor, cystocele, rectocele, and uterine fibroid. Total abdominal hysterectomy, bilateral salpingooophorectomy, repair of bladder laceration, appendectomy, Marshall-Marchetti-Krantz cystourethropexy, and posterior colpoperineoplasty. She had a recent D&C and laparoscopy, and enlarged mass was noted and could not be determined if it was from the ovary or the uterus.
Hysteroscopy & Endometrial Ablation
Hysteroscopy, Essure, tubal occlusion, and ThermaChoice endometrial ablation.
Hysteroscopy & Laproscopy with Salpingooophorectomy
Dilation and curettage (D&C), hysteroscopy, and laparoscopy with right salpingooophorectomy and aspiration of cyst fluid. Thickened endometrium and tamoxifen therapy, adnexal cyst, endometrial polyp, and right ovarian cyst.
Induction of Vaginal Delivery
Induction of vaginal delivery of viable male, Apgars 8 and 9. Term pregnancy and oossible rupture of membranes, prolonged.
Intrauterine Clots Removal
Exam under anesthesia. Removal of intrauterine clots. Postpartum hemorrhage
Intrauterine Pregnancy - Discharge Summary
Intrauterine pregnancy at term with previous cesarean. Desired sterilization. Status post repeat low transverse cesarean and bilateral tubal ligation.
Laparoscopic Ablation of Eendometrial Implants
Dilatation and curettage (D&C) and Laparoscopic ablation of endometrial implants. Pelvic pain, hypermenorrhea, and mild pelvic endometriosis.
Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
Total laparoscopic hysterectomy with laparoscopic staging, including paraaortic lymphadenectomy, bilateral pelvic and obturator lymphadenectomy, and washings.
Laparoscopic Supracervical Hysterectomy.
Laparoscopic supracervical hysterectomy. A female with a history of severe dysmenorrhea and menorrhagia unimproved with medical management.
Pelvic pain, pelvic endometriosis, and pelvic adhesions. Laparoscopy, Harmonic scalpel ablation of endometriosis, lysis of adhesions, and cervical dilation. Laparoscopically, the patient has large omental to anterior abdominal wall adhesions along the left side of the abdomen extending down to the left adnexa.
Laparoscopy - 1
Laparoscopy. The cervix was grasped with a single-tooth tenaculum. The uterus was gently sounded and a manipulator was inserted for movement of the uterus throughout the case.
Laparoscopy - 2
Laparoscopy. An incision was made in the umbilicus, allowing us to insert a micro-laparoscopic trocar. We then insufflated the abdomen with approximately 3 liters of carbon dioxide gas and inserted the micro-laparoscopic instrument.
Laparoscopy - 3
Attempted laparoscopy, open laparoscopy and fulguration of endometrial implant. Chronic pelvic pain, probably secondary to endometriosis.
Laparoscopy - 4
Laparoscopy with ablation of endometriosis. Allen-Masters window in the upper left portion of the cul-de-sac, bronze lesions of endometriosis in the central portion of the cul-de-sac as well as both the left uterosacral ligament, flame lesions of the right uterosacral ligament approximately 5 mL of blood tinged fluid in the cul-de-sac.
Laparoscopy - Drainage of Cyst
Diagnostic laparoscopy and drainage of cyst.
Laparoscopy & Salpingo-oophorectomy
Laparoscopy with left salpingo-oophorectomy. Left adnexal mass/ovarian lesion. The labia and perineum were within normal limits. The hymen was found to be intact. Laparoscopic findings revealed a 4 cm left adnexal mass, which appeared fluid filled.
Laparotomy & Myomectomy
Laparotomy and myomectomy. Enlarged fibroid uterus and blood loss anemia. On bimanual exam, the patient has an enlarged, approximately 14-week sized uterus that is freely mobile and anteverted with no adnexal masses. Surgically, the patient has an enlarged fibroid uterus with a large fundal/anterior fibroids.
Laparotomy & Salpingectomy
Exploratory laparotomy and right salpingectomy.
Laser of Vulva
Carbon dioxide laser photo-ablation due to recurrent dysplasia of vulva.
LEEP procedure of endocervical polyp and Electrical excision of pigmented mole of inner right thigh.
Left Lower Quadrant Pain - ER Visit
The patient is a 26-year-old gravida 2, para 1-0-0-1, at 28-1/7 weeks who presents to the emergency room with left lower quadrant pain, reports no bowel movement in two weeks as well as nausea and vomiting for the last 24 hours or so. She states that she has not voided in the last 24 hours as well due to pain.
Low -Segment C-Section
Primary low segment cesarean section.
Low-Transverse C-Section
Primary low-transverse cesarean section.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 1
Primary cesarean section by low-transverse incision. Term pregnancy, nonreassuring fetal heart tracing.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 10
A repeat low transverse cervical cesarean section, Lysis of adhesions, Dissection of the bladder of the anterior abdominal wall and away from the fascia, and the patient also underwent a bilateral tubal occlusion via Hulka clips.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 2
Intrauterine pregnancy at 37 plus weeks, nonreassuring fetal heart rate.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 3
Repeat low-transverse C-section, lysis of omental adhesions, lysis of uterine adhesions with repair of uterine defect, and bilateral tubal ligation.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 4
Primary low-transverse C-section. Postdates pregnancy, failure to progress, meconium stained amniotic fluid.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 5
Primary low transverse cervical cesarean section. Intrauterine pregnancy at 38 weeks and malpresentation. A viable male neonate in the left occiput transverse position with Apgars of 9 and 9 at 1 and 5 minutes respectively, weighing 3030 g. No nuchal cord. No meconium. Normal uterus, fallopian tubes, and ovaries.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 6
Primary low transverse cesarean section via Pfannenstiel incision. Pregnancy at 40 weeks, failure to progress, premature prolonged rupture of membranes, group B strep colonization, and delivery of viable male neonate.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 7
Repeat low-transverse cesarean section via Pfannenstiel incision. Intrauterine pregnancy at 39 and 1/7th weeks. Previous cesarean section, refuses trial of labor. Fibroid uterus, oligohydramnios, and nonreassuring fetal heart tones.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 8
Primary low transverse cesarean section by Pfannenstiel skin incision with bilateral tubal sterilization. Intrauterine pregnancy at 35-1/7. Rh isoimmunization. Suspected fetal anemia. Desires permanent sterilization.
Low-Transverse C-Section - 9
Primary low transverse cervical cesarean section. Intrauterine pregnancy of 39 weeks, Herpes simplex virus positive by history, hepatitis C positive by history with low elevation of transaminases, cephalopelvic disproportion, asynclitism, postpartum macrosomia, and delivery of viable 9 lb female neonate.
Low-Transverse C-Section & BTL
Repeat low transverse cesarean section and bilateral tubal ligation (BTL). Intrauterine pregnancy at term with previous cesarean section. Desires permanent sterilization. Macrosomia.
Low-Transverse C-Section & BTL - 1
Repeat low transverse cesarean section and bilateral tubal ligation (BTL). Intrauterine pregnancy at 30 and 4/7th weeks, previous cesarean section x2, multiparity, request for permanent sterilization, and breach presentation in the delivery of a liveborn female neonate.
Lysis of Pelvic Adhesions
Lysis of pelvic adhesions. The patient had an 8 cm left ovarian mass. The mass was palpable on physical examination and was tender. She was scheduled for an elective pelvic laparotomy with left salpingooophorectomy.
Metastatic Ovarian Cancer - Consult
A very pleasant 66-year-old woman with recurrent metastatic ovarian cancer.
MRI Breast - 1
Bilateral breast MRI with & without IV contrast.
Needle Localized Excision - Breast Neoplasm
Nonpalpable neoplasm, right breast. Needle localized wide excision of nonpalpable neoplasm, right breast.
Initial obstetrical examination - Normal first pregnancy. Inadequate naternal nutrition.
OB/GYN Consultation - 1
Female referred for evaluation of an abnormal colposcopy, low-grade Pap with suspicious high-grade features.
OB/GYN Consultation - 2
Consultation because of irregular periods and ovarian cyst.
OB/GYN Consultation - 3
Consultation for an ASCUS Pap smear.
OB/GYN Consultation - 4
Pelvic Pain and vaginal discharge
Pathology - Ovarian Cyst
Specimen labeled "right ovarian cyst" is received fresh for frozen section.
Pelvic Laparotomy
Pelvic laparotomy, lysis of pelvic adhesions, and left salpingooophorectomy with insertion of Pain-Buster Pain Management System.
Physical Exam and Pap - 1
A white female presents for exam and Pap.
Physical Exam and Pap -2
A white female who presents for complete physical, Pap and breast exam.
Preeclampsia, status post delivery with Cesarean section with uncontrolled blood pressure. The patient is a 38-year-old female admitted following a delivery. The patient had a cesarean section. Following this, the patient was treated for her blood pressure. She was sent home and she came back again apparently with uncontrolled blood pressure.
Pre-Eclampsia & Eclampsia
A sample note on pre-eclampsia & eclampsia.
Radical Hysterectomy
Exploratory laparotomy, radical hysterectomy, bilateral ovarian transposition, pelvic and obturator lymphadenectomy.
Radical Mastectomy
Invasive carcinoma of left breast. Left modified radical mastectomy.
Radical Mastectomy - 1
Modified radical mastectomy. An elliptical incision was made to incorporate the nipple-areolar complex and the previous biopsy site. The skin incision was carried down to the subcutaneous fat but no further.
Radical Vulvectomy
Radical vulvectomy (complete), bilateral inguinal lymphadenectomy (superficial and deep).
Repeat C-section
Repeat cesarean section and bilateral tubal ligation.
Salpingectomy & Cervical Dilatation
Sterilization candidate. Cervical dilatation and laparoscopic bilateral partial salpingectomy. A 30-year-old female gravida 4, para-3-0-1-3 who desires permanent sterilization.
Salpingooophorectomy - Laparoscopic
Laparoscopic right salpingooophorectomy. Right pelvic pain and ovarian mass. Right ovarian cyst with ovarian torsion.
Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery
Spontaneous vaginal delivery. Term pregnancy at 40 and 3/7th weeks. On evaluation of triage, she was noted to be contracting approximately every five minutes and did have discomfort with her contractions.
Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery - 1
Spontaneous vaginal delivery. Male infant, cephalic presentation, ROA. Apgars 2 and 7. Weight 8 pounds and 1 ounce. Intact placenta. Three-vessel cord. Third degree midline tear.
Suction, Dilation, & Curettage
Missed abortion. Suction, dilation, and curettage.
Suction, Dilation, & Curettage - 1
Suction dilation and curettage for incomplete abortion. On bimanual exam, the patient has approximately 15-week anteverted, mobile uterus with the cervix that is dilated to approximately 2 cm with multiple blood colts in the vagina. There was a large amount of tissue obtained on the procedure.
TAH - Discharge Summary
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH). Severe menometrorrhagia unresponsive to medical therapy, severe anemia, and symptomatic fibroid uterus.
Total abdominal hysterectomy and bilateral salpingo-oophorectomy.
TAH & Salpingooophorectomy
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) with bilateral salpingooophorectomy and uterosacral ligament vault suspension. Cervical intraepithelial neoplasia grade-III postconization. Recurrent dysplasia. Uterine procidentia grade II-III. Mild vaginal vault prolapse.
TAH & Salpingo-oophorectomy
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) and left salpingo-oophorectomy. Hypermenorrhea, uterine fibroids, pelvic pain, left adnexal mass, and pelvic adhesions.
TAH & Salpingo-oophorectomy - 1
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) with a right salpingo-oophorectomy.
TAH & Salpingo-oophorectomy & Lysis of Adhesions
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH), left salpingo-oophorectomy, lysis of interloop bowel adhesions. Chronic pelvic pain, endometriosis, prior right salpingo-oophorectomy, history of intrauterine device perforation and exploratory surgery.
Three-Week Postpartum Checkup
The patient comes for three-week postpartum checkup, complaining of allergies.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy (TAH). An incision was made into the abdomen down through the subcutaneous tissue, muscular fascia and peritoneum. Once inside the abdominal cavity, a self-retaining retractor was placed to expose the pelvic cavity with 3 lap sponges.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy - 1
Total abdominal hysterectomy.. Severe menometrorrhagia unresponsive to medical therapy, anemia, and symptomatic fibroid uterus.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy - 2
Total abdominal hysterectomy. Enlarged fibroid uterus, pelvic pain, and pelvic endometriosis. On laparotomy, the uterus did have multiple pedunculated fibroids.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy - 3
Total abdominal hysterectomy (TAH) with a uterosacral vault suspension. Enlarged fibroid uterus and abnormal uterine bleeding.
Total Abdominal Hysterectomy - Followup
Postoperative day #1, total abdominal hysterectomy. Normal postoperative course.
True Cut Needle Biopsy - Breast
True cut needle biopsy of the breast. This 65-year-old female on exam was noted to have dimpling and puckering of the skin associated with nipple discharge. On exam, she has a noticeable carcinoma of the left breast with dimpling, puckering, and erosion through the skin.
Tubal Fulguration - Laparoscopic
Laparoscopic tubal fulguration.
Tubal Ligation
Laparoscopic bilateral tubal ligation with Falope rings.
Tubal Ligation - Laparoscopic
Desires permanent sterilization. Laparoscopic tubal ligation, Falope ring method. Normal appearing uterus and adnexa bilaterally.
Tubal Ligation - Postpartum
Postpartum tubal ligation and removal of upper abdominal skin wall mass.
Tubal Sterilization & Coagulation
Laparoscopic tubal sterilization, tubal coagulation.
Ultrasound - Pelvis
Ultrasound of pelvis - menorrhagia.
Ultrasound - Transvaginal
Transvaginal ultrasound to evaluate pelvic pain.
Ultrasound OB
Ultrasound OB - followup for fetal growth.
Ultrasound OB - 1
OB Ultrasound - A 29-year-old female requests for size and date of pregnancy.
Ultrasound OB - 2
A 34-year old female with no fetal heart motion noted on office scan.
Ultrasound OB - 3
A 37 year-old female with twin pregnancy with threatened premature labor.
Ultrasound OB - 4
Twin pregnancy with threatened preterm labor.
Ultrasound OB - 5
This is a 24-year-old pregnant patient to evaluate fetal weight and placental grade.
Ultrasound OB - 6
Ultrasound - a 22-year-old pregnant female.
Ultrasound OB - 7
A 27-year-old female with a size and date discrepancy.
Ultrasound OB - 8
Pregnant female with nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. OB ultrasound less than 14 weeks, transvaginal.
Uterine Papillary Serous Carcinoma
The patient is a 67-year-old white female with a history of uterine papillary serous carcinoma who is status post 6 cycles of carboplatin and Taxol, is here today for followup.
Uterine Suction Curettage
Exam under anesthesia with uterine suction curettage. A 10-1/2 week pregnancy, spontaneous, incomplete abortion.
Vacuum D&C
A 21-year-old female was having severe cramping and was noted to have a blighted ovum with her first ultrasound in the office.
Vaginal Delivery - Vacuum-Assisted
Vacuum-assisted vaginal delivery of a third-degree midline laceration and right vaginal side wall laceration and repair of the third-degree midline laceration lasting for 25 minutes.
Vaginal Hysterectomy
Vaginal Hysterectomy. A weighted speculum was placed in the posterior vaginal vault. The cervix was grasped with a Massachusetts clamp on both its anterior and posterior lips.
Vaginal Hysterectomy - Laparoscopic-Assisted
Laparoscopic-assisted vaginal hysterectomy. Abnormal uterine bleeding. Uterine fibroids.
Well-woman checkup
Well-woman check up for a middle-aged woman, status post hysterectomy, recent urinary tract infection.