April 1, 2016
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While the Zika virus has been indolent in many South American, Central American, and Caribbean countries, its recent association with microcephaly (and neurologic impairment) has created an outburst of media alerts, response from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and travel recommendations, particularly as the world moves closer to the 2016 Summer Olympics in Brazil.
Demographic and lifestyle factors influence who receives a fertility evaluation.
Significant changes in levator muscles are visible by transperineal ultrasound in early and late postpartum period.
The decision to undergo screening mammography requires a consideration of benefits and harms. Harms include false-positive exams leading to unnecessary interventions, and true-positive exams that lead to overdiagnosis.