The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Reproductive System / Edition 2

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Overview

Reproductive System, 2nd Edition provides a concise and highly visual approach to the basic sciences and clinical pathology of this body system. This volume in The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations (the CIBA "Green Books") has been expanded and revised by Drs. Roger P. Smith and Paul J. Turek to cover novel and important topics like sex determination, fertility medicine, genetics, contraception, sexual dysfunction, and more. Classic Netter art, updated and new illustrations, and modern imaging make this timeless work essential to your library.

• Master knowledge of the development, function, and pathology of the male and female reproductive tracts through elegant and informed side-by-side discussions of these systems.
• View the artistic mastery and beauty of Netter’s finest images, presented in one of the most complete and best organized series of illustrations of reproductive system in health and disease.
• Be inspired by the wondrously complex and highly-evolved human reproductive tract through integrated discussions of primary and subspecialty concepts in clinical care.
• Get a deep understanding of complex topics in reproductive medicine through the brilliant text-atlas format that Netter has brought to new and richly artistic heights.

• Access today’s clinical knowledge on all aspects of the reproductive system-including sexual development and dysfunction, genetics, fertility medicine, prostate health, contraception, and treatable problems in pregnancy-conveyed through beautiful illustrations and vivid radiologic images.
• Benefit from the expertise of two world-class editors, Roger Smith, MD-a gynecologist-and Paul Turek, MD-a urologist and microsurgeon-both talented minds and clear thinkers in the field of reproductive biology and medicine.
• Connect the connection between basic and clinical sciences as only Netter can help you do through the visual integration of normal and pathologic structure and function in the reproductive tract.
• Learn and review the fundamental of reproductive medicine-with the classic Netter art, beautiful new and updated illustrations, and modern imaging.
• Apply the perspective of an experienced, international advisory board to many controversies and timely topics in clinical medicine.

A reliable and effective reference on the reproductive system with the visual support of Netter

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781437705959
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Series: Netter Clinical Science Series , #1
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 336
  • Sales rank: 796,218
  • Product dimensions: 9.70 (w) x 11.70 (h) x 0.80 (d)

Table of Contents

Section 1

Development of the Genital Tracts and Functional Relationships of the Gonads

1-1 Genetics and Biology of Early Reproductive Tract Development

1-2 Homologues of the Internal Genitalia

1-3 Homologues of External Genitalia

1-4 Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal Hormonal Axis

1-5 Testosterone and Estrogen Synthesis

1-6 Puberty Normal Sequence

1-7 Puberty - Abnormalities: Male Gonadal Failure

1-8 Puberty - Abnormalities: 1-9 Puberty - Abnormalities: 1-10 Puberty - Abnormalities: Female Gonadal Failure

1-11 Puberty - Abnormalities:

1-12 Intersex: True Hermaphoditism

1-13 Intersex: Male Pseudohermaphoditism I-Gonadal

1-14 Intersex: Male Pseudohermaphoditism II-Hormonal

1-15 Intersex: Female Pseudohermaphoditism

Section 2

The Penis and Male Perineum

  1. Pelvic Structures
  2. Superficial Fascial Layers
  3. Deep Fascial Layers
  4. Penile Fascia and Structures
  5. Urogenital Diaphragm
  6. Blood Supply of Pelvis
  7. Blood Supply of Perineum
  8. Blood Supply of Testis
  9. Lymphatic Drainage of Pelvis and Genitalia
  10. Innervation of Genitalia I
  11. Innervation of Genitalia II and of Perineum
  12. Urethra and Penis
  13. Erection and Erectile Dysfunction
  14. Hypospadias and Epispadias
  15. Congenital Valve Formation and Cyst
  16. Urethral Anomalies, Verumontanum Disorders
  17. Phimosis, Paraphimosis, Strangulation
  18. Peyronie’s Disease, Priapism, Thrombosis
  19. Trauma to Penis and Urethra
  20. Urinary Extravasation
  21. Balanitis
  22. Urethritis
  23. Syphilis
  24. Chancroid, Lymphogranuloma Venereum
  25. Granuloma Inguinale
  26. Strictures
  27. Warts, Precancerous Lesions, Early Cancer
  28. Advanced Carcinoma of the Penis
  29. Papilloma, Cancer of Urethra

Section 3

The Scrotum and Testis

  1. Scrotal Wall
  2. Blood Supply of the Testis
  3. Testis, Epididymis and Vas Deferens
  4. Testicular Development and Spermatogenesis
  5. Descent of the Testis
  6. Scrotal Skin Diseases I: Chemical and Infectious
  7. Scrotal Skin Diseases II: Scabies and Lice
  8. Avulsion, Edema, Hematoma
  9. Hydrocele, Spermatocele
  10. Varicocele, Hematocele, Torsion
  11. Infection, Gangrene
  12. Syphilis
  13. Elephantiasis
  14. Cysts and Cancer of the Scrotum
  15. Cryptorchidism
  16. Testis Failure I: Primary (Hypergonadotropic) Hypogonadism
  17. Testis Failure II: Secondary (Hypogonadotropic) Hypogonadism
  18. Testis Failure III: Secondary Hypogonadism Variants
  19. Testis Failure IV: Klinefelter Syndrome
  20. Testis Failure V: Delayed Puberty
  21. Spermatogenic Failure
  22. Infection and Abscess of Testis and Epididymis
  23. Syphilis and Tuberculosis of the Testis
  24. Testicular Tumors I: Seminoma, Embryonal Carcinoma, Yolk Sac Tumors
  25. Testicular Tumors II: Teratoma, Choriocarcinoma, In Situ Neoplasia

Section 4

The Seminal Vesicles and Prostate

  1. Prostate and Seminal Vesicles
  2. Development of Prostate
  3. Pelvic and Prostatic Trauma
  4. Prostatic Infarct and Cysts
  5. Prostatitis
  6. Prostatic Tuberculosis and Calculi
  7. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy I: Histology
  8. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy II: Sites of Hypertrophy and Etiology
  9. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy III: Complications and Medical Treatment
  10. Carcinoma of Prostate I: Epidemiology, PSA, Staging and Grading
  11. Carcinoma of Prostate II: Metastases
  12. Carcinoma of Prostate III: Diagnosis, Treatment, Palliation
  13. Sarcoma of Prostate
  14. Benign Prostate Surgery I—Suprapubic
  15. Benign Prostate Surgery II—Retropubic
  16. Benign Prostate Surgery III—Perineal
  17. Benign Prostate Surgery IV—Transurethral
  18. Malignant Prostate Surgery I—Retropubic
  19. Malignant Prostate Surgery I—Perineal
  20. Malignant Prostate Surgery I-Laparoscopic and Robotic
  21. Seminal Vesicle Surgical Approaches
  22. Anomalies of the Spermatic Cord

Section 5

Sperm and Ejaculation

  1. Anatomy of a Sperm
  2. Semen Analysis and Sperm Morphology
  3. Azoospermia I: Sperm Production Problems-Genetics
  4. Azoospermia II: Excurrent Duct Obstruction
  5. Azoospermia III: Reproductive Microsurgery
  6. Azoospermia IV: Diagnostic Procedures
  7. Therapeutic Sperm Retrieval
  8. Ejaculatory Disorders
  9. Ejaculatory Duct Obstruction

Section 6

The Vulva

  1. External Genitalia
  2. Pudendal, pubic and inguinal regions
  3. Perineum
  4. Lymphatic drainage - external genitalia
  5. Blood supply of perineum
  6. Innervation of external genitalia and perineum
  7. Dermatoses
  8. Atrophic conditions
  9. Circulatory and other disturbances
  10. Diabetes, trichomoniasis, moniliasis
  11. Vulvar Vestibulitis
  12. Gonorrhea
  13. Syphilis
  14. Chancroid and other infections
  15. Cysts
  16. Benign tumors
  17. Malignant tumors
  18. Female Circumcision

Section 7

The Vagina

  1. The Vagina
  2. Pelvic Diaphragm I - From below
  3. Pelvic Diaphragm II - From above
  4. Support of pelvic viscera
  5. Female urethra
  6. Vulva and vagina histology
  7. Vagina - cytology
  8. Congenital anomalies
  9. Imperforate hymen, hematocolpos, fibrous hymen
  10. Vaginitis I - Trichomonas, Monilia, Bacterial Vaginosis
  11. Vaginitis II - Venereal Infections
  12. Vaginitis III - Chemical, traumatic
  13. Toxic shock syndrome
  14. Trauma
  15. Cystocele, urethrocele
  16. Rectocele, enterocele
  17. Fistulae
  18. Atrophic conditions
  19. Cysts and Benign Tumors
  20. Endometriosis I - Vulva, Vagina, Cervix
  21. Malignant Tumors I -Primary
  22. Malignant Tumors II - Metastases and Extension

Section 8

The Uterus and Cervix

  1. Pelvic Viscera
  2. Pelvic Viscera and Support - From Above
  3. Blood supply of uterus and pelvic organs
  4. Lymphatic drainage I - Pelvis
  5. Lymphatic drainage II - Internal genitalia
  6. Innervation of internal genitalia
  7. Uterus and adnexa
  8. Uterine development and musculature
  9. Endometrial blood supply
  10. Endometrial cycle
  11. Dysmenorrhea
  12. Congenital anomalies
  13. Displacements
  14. Prolapse
  15. Perforation
  16. Lacerations, strictures, polyps
  17. Cervicitis I - Erosions, external infections
  18. Cervicitis II - Gonorrhea, Chlamydial infections
  19. Cancer of cervix I - Cytology
  20. Cancer of cervix II -Various stages and types
  21. Cancer of cervix III - Extension and metastases
  22. Causes of uterine bleeding
  23. Relationships in endometrial hyperplasia
  24. Adenomyosis
  25. Asherman’s Syndrome (uterine synechia)
  26. Endometrial hyperplasia, polyps
  27. Myoma (Fibroid) I - Locations
  28. Myoma (Fibroid) II - Secondary changes
  29. Myoma (Fibroid) III - Degeneration, obstruction
  30. Sarcoma
  31. Cancer of corpus I - Various stages and types
  32. Cancer of corpus II - Histology and extension

Section 9

The Fallopian Tubes

  1. Fallopian tubes
  2. Congenital anomalies I - Absence. rudiments
  3. Congenital anomalies II - Atresia, defects
  4. Bacterial routes, parametritis, acute salpingitis I
  5. Acute salpingitis II, pyosalpinx
  6. Hydrosalpinx
  7. Pelvic peritonitis, abscess
  8. Chronic salpingitis, adhesions
  9. Obstruction following chronic salpingitis
  10. Tubo-ovarian abscess
  11. Tuberculosis
  12. Salpingitis Isthmica Nodosa, carcinoma
  13. Para-ovarian or Epoöphoron cyst

Section 10

The Ovaries

  1. Ovarian structures and development
  2. Endocrine relations during cycle
  3. Ovarian cycle
  4. Hormonal influence during life
  5. Menopause
  6. Developmental anomalies
  7. Gonadal dysgenesis
  8. Physiologic variations, nonneoplastic cysts
  9. Endometriosis II - Pelvis
  10. Infections
  11. Serous cystoma and cystadenoma
  12. Papillary serous cystadenoma
  13. Papilloma, serous adeno- and cystadenofibroma
  14. Mucinous cystadenoma
  15. Teratomata
  16. Adnexal Torsion
  17. Feminizing neoplasms
  18. Masculinizing neoplasms
  19. Endocrinopathies I - Luteinization
  20. Endocrinopathies II - Polycystic ovary syndrome
  21. Dysgerminoma, Brenner tumor
  22. Stromatogenous neoplasms
  23. Primary cystic carcinoma
  24. Primary solid carcinoma
  25. Secondary ovarian carcinoma
  26. Diagnosis of ovarian neoplasms
  27. Conditions simulating ovarian neoplasms I
  28. Conditions simulating ovarian neoplasms II

Section 11

The Ovum and Reproduction

  1. The Oocyte and Ovulation
  2. Fertilization
  3. Genetics of Reproduction
  4. Infertility I - Causes
  5. Infertility II - Evaluation Female
  6. Infertility III - Evaluation Male
  7. Recurrent abortion
  8. Assisted Reproduction
  9. Contraception

Section 12

Pregnancy

  1. Implantation and early development of ovum
  2. Developmental events of the first trimester
  3. Developmental events of the second trimester
  4. Developmental events of the third trimester
  5. Development of placenta and fetal membranes
  6. Circulation in placenta
  7. Hormonal fluctuations in pregnancy
  8. Ectopic pregnancy I - Tubal pregnancy
  9. Ectopic pregnancy II - Rupture, abortion
  10. Ectopic pregnancy III - Interstitial, abdominal, ovarian
  11. Abortion
  12. Cervical insufficiency
  13. Multiple gestation
  14. Placenta I - Form and structure
  15. Placenta II - Numbers, cord, membranes
  16. Placenta previa
  17. Abruptio placentae
  18. Placenta accreta
  19. Couvelaire uterus, Amniotic fluid embolism
  20. Nodular lesions of placenta other than true infarcts
  21. Gestational trophoblastic disease
  22. Neuropathways in parturition
  23. Normal birth
  24. Operative vaginal delivery
  25. Obstetric lacerations I - Vagina, perineum, vulva
  26. Obstetric lacerations II - Fibromuscular support
  27. Cesarean delivery
  28. Rupture of the uterus
  29. Uterine inversion
  30. Urinary complications of pregnancy
  31. Preeclampsia I - Symptomatology
  32. Preeclampsia II -Ophthalmologic changes in preeclampsia and eclampsia
  33. Preeclampsia III - Visceral lesions in preeclampsia and eclampsia
  34. Preeclampsia IV - Placental infarcts
  35. Causes of decreased maternal circulation
  36. Intrauterine growth restriction
  37. Erythroblastosis fetalis (Rh sensitization)
  38. Syphilis
  39. Puerperal infection

Section 13

The Mammary Gland

  1. Position and structure
  2. Blood supply
  3. Lymphatic drainage
  4. Developmental stages
  5. Functional changes and lactation
  6. Polythelia, polymastia, hypertrophy
  7. Gynecomastia
  8. Painful engorgement, puerperal mastitis
  9. Galactorrhea
  10. Mondor’s disease
  11. Breast Imaging
  12. Fibrocystic change I - Mastodynia
  13. Fibrocystic change II - Adenosis
  14. Fibrocystic change III - Cystic change
  15. Benign fibroadenoma, intracystic papilloma
  16. Giant myxoma, sarcoma
  17. Breast cancer
  18. Intraductal and lobular adenocarcinoma
  19. Inflammatory carcinoma
  20. Hereditary breast disease
  21. Paget's disease of the nipple
  22. Malignancies of male breast

Selected REferences

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