OBGN 976. General Obstetrics and Gynecology. 4 Hours.

The student will be involved in the breadth of the practice of specialists in general obstetrics and gynecology. This will include supervised experience in gynecologic surgery, including gynecologic oncology, and on one of the labor and delivery units at Wesley Medical Center for three of the four weeks. Scheduled conferences include weekly case conference and didactic lectures on Wednesday morning. One week of the rotation will be spent in private practice clinic with the program director /or an assistant program director to be determined by the department. The student will be evaluated through faculty judgment for general information, and degree of attainment of skills necessary for matriculation into the intern year in Obstetrics and Gynecology residency. Prerequisite: OBGN 975. CLN.

OBGN 977. Maternal-Fetal Medicine. 4 Hours.

The student will be assigned to the Maternal Fetal Medicine Obstetrical Service at Wesley Medical Center for two weeks of the 4-week rotation. The student will participate in the management of complicated obstetrical conditions in a role similar to that of an intern in hospital and outpatient settings. The student will attend all didactic conferences and attend any available conferences with the perinatologists during the rotation. The rotation will also include 1 week of supervised experience on one of the labor and delivery units at Wesley Medical Center. One week of the rotation will be spent in private practice clinic with the program director /or an assistant program director to be arranged by the department. The student will be evaluated by faculty judgment for general information, and degree of attainment of skills necessary for matriculation into the intern year in Obstetrics and Gynecology residency. Prerequisite: OBGN 975. CLN.

OBGN 979. Gynecologic Oncology. 4 Hours.

The objectives of this course for a senior medical student are as follows: 1) to introduce the student to gynecologic malignancies, their presenting symptoms, their evaluation, and treatment thereof; 2) management of treatment complications including management of chemotherapy problems and radiation problems; 3) management of medical problems associated with progressive malignancies. Prerequisite: OBGN 975. CLN.

OBGN 995. Special Topics in Obstetrics. 2-4 Hours.

This elective is designed to provide clinical and/or research experience in topics of special interest not otherwise represented in the curriculum. The student will design, in consultation with department faculty, specific objectives, reading assignments, and the mechanism for course evaluation. Prerequisite: Departmental consent. CLN.