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Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Resources for Healthcare Professionals

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At Children's Hospital Colorado, we're committed to helping healthcare professionals access the latest advances in pediatric medicine. Get updates in adolescent gynecology to better your practice, improve outcomes for your patients and learn about the innovations that are happening in our Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology Department.

Professional resources

Charting Pediatrics is a weekly podcast for pediatric healthcare providers. In this series, specialists from Children's Hospital Colorado examine the latest treatments for the most common complaints in pediatric medicine. Listen and subscribe on Spotify, iTunes and Google Play.

Ovarian Cysts and Torsion Risk

In this episode, we discuss the diagnosis and management of ovarian cysts and torsion risk with Patricia Huguelet, MD, Chief of Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology at Children's Colorado.

STDs in Teens: Testing and Treatment

Treating STDs in adolescent patients can be a challenge for today's busy pediatrician. Dr. Buyers returns to the podcast to provide practical tools for preventing and treating sexually transmitted infections in teens.

Teen Reproductive Health

In this episode, Eliza Buyers, MD, talks about reproductive health in teenagers. Dr. Buyers is a pediatric and adolescent gynecologist at Children's Colorado and shares, among other advice, when to send a patient to a specialist.

We conduct research to advance care techniques that can be used for our patients and kids anywhere with pediatric or adolescent gynecology conditions. Watch our medical education video series for protocols and research from our experts to help improve the care of your patients.

Painful Periods, Dysmenorrhea and Endometriosis

Dr. Tricia Huguelet outlines the difference between primary and secondary dysmenorrhea, how to treat period pain, as well as signs and symptoms that your patient's period pain may be something more serious.

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