Research Findings

Fetal Cardiac Pacemaker: Connect the Dots

By Ariel
February 10, 2019

Published by: A Uryash, MD; BM Petrikovsky, MD, PhD; O Bockeria, MD, DScFetal Cardiac pathophysiologyDuring cardiogenesis, the primitive heart tube produces peristaltic waves of contractions, due to stimulation provided by natural cardiac pacemaker activity produced by cells of the sinus node (SN) at approximately 5 weeks of gestation. The remainder of cardiac conduction system is ... read more


Fetal Assessment in the 21st Century

By Ariel
December 20, 2018

Fetal Assessment in the 21st Century Fetal-Assessment-in-the-21st-Century View full article here: https://irispublishers.com/wjgwh/fulltext/fetal-assessment-in-the-21st-century.ID.000516.php


Miscarriage Prevention

By AdviceMedia
November 22, 2017

Below is a link to a perspective piece from the Washington Post. The author describes the powerful, overwhelming, and devastated feelings she has from her late miscarriage. At Garden Ob/Gyn, we help prevent stories like this from occurring. Our procedures, protocols, research and expertise help prevent miscarriages and preterm births. We have standard guidelines which ... read more


Ovarian Cancer: The Importance of Recognizing the Symptoms

By AdviceMedia
November 22, 2017

According to American Cancer Society Statistics, in 2017, 22,440 women received a new diagnosis of ovarian cancer in 2017 and 14,080 died from this cancer. Ovarian Cancer is the fifth leading cancer death in women in the United States. It is very important to recognize the symptoms and consult your health care provider as soon ... read more


Annual Gynecological Examinations

By AdviceMedia
August 30, 2017

Annual Gynecological Exams are important for monitoring women’s health. They help clinicians detect and treat gynecological issues. These examinations are recommended for all women as soon as she becomes sexually active or once she reaches age 21. As the name suggests, a patient should schedule her annual gynecological exam once a year. Annual Examinations are ... read more


Research Journal Publishing: Weekly Antepartum Testing and Reducing Incidence of Near Term and Term Stillbirth

By emily.blumkin
May 31, 2017

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physicians Dr. Terrani, Dr. Gonzales, Dr. Korman, and Registered Diagnostic Medical Sonographer, Dillon have been published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for their research on weekly antepartum testing and decreasing near term and term stillbirths. Their research provides evidence to support that weekly antepartum fetal surveillance between ... read more


Research Journal Publishing: Premature Birth Universal Screening Cost Effectiveness Study

By emily.blumkin
May 25, 2017

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physicians Dr. Terrani, Dr. Dynkin, Dr. Silverstein, and Dr. Graham-Dillon have been published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for their research on the cost effectiveness of screenings and interventions for premature births on Long Island, New York. Their research provides evidence to support the cost benefit of ... read more


Research Journal Publishing: Routine Universal Cervical Length Screening and Preterm Birth Incidence Reduction

By emily.blumkin
May 25, 2017

We are thrilled to share that Garden OB/GYN Physicians Dr. Terrani, Dr. Gonzalez, and Dr. Korman have been published in the Spring 2017 Neonatal Intensive Care Journal for their research on Routine Universal Cervical Length Screening and Reducing the incidence of Preterm births. The study, which  began in 2006, with over 3,800 patients, provides evidence to support the ... read more


Stillbirth - ISUOG Presentation

By Team Sundance
November 30, 2016

We are very pleased to announce that this past September 2016 we were chosen to present at the ISUOG (International Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology) in Rome, Italy. Two of our abstracts on Cervical Length and Cervical Cerclage were presented in poster format and our abstract on Stillbirth was orally presented. Dr. Michael Terrani represented ... read more


Chlamydia- A Devastating STD with a Pretty Name

By Team Sundance
April 1, 2016

By Theresa Spruill, PA-C What is Chlamydia? Chlamydia Trachomatis? What is this? I know, it sounds like the name of some ancient royal, "Presenting your highness, queen Chlamydia Trachomatis"...NOT! Actually, Chlamydia is a common sexually transmitted bacteria. It is estimated that 4 million people in the US are infected...wow! it is most prevalent among teenagers. ... read more