Kristen H. Quinn, M.D.
Assistant Professor, Maternal-Fetal Medicine
education outreach, health services, research/outc, maternal & child health, minority health issues, prevention
Academic: 336-716-2633 | Department: 336-716-4304
Shumard KM, Yu J, Quinn K, Mertz H, Taylor RN. Hyaluronic acid concentrations in endocervical fluid are independent of cervix length during the mid-trimester of pregnancy [abstract]. Reprod Sci. 2015;22(Suppl 1):155A.
Street L, Kesty K, Butler T, Quinn K, Denney J. Gestational weight gain in the obese gravida: is too much, too little or just right important for outcomes? [abstract]. Am J Obstet Gynecol. 2015;212(1 Suppl):S329-S330.
Street L, Kesty K, Butler TR, Denney JM, Lanier K, Quinn KH. Fetal anatomy ultrasonography in the obese: what is usually missed and why? [abstract]. Obstet Gynecol. 2015;125(Suppl 1):122S.
Nitsche JF, Shumard KM, Fino NF, Denney JM, Quinn KH, Bailey JC, Jijon R, Huang C, Kesty K, Whitecar PW, Grandis AS, Brost BC. Effectiveness of labor cervical examination simulation in medical student education. Obstet Gynecol. 2015;126(Suppl 4):13S-20S.
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*Dr. Quinn is very informative and takes the time to answer questions the other providers didn't @ previous visits.
Didn't seem to keep track with previous recommendations for care -