Nezhat's Operative Gynecologic Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy / Edition 3by Camran Nezhat, Farr Nezhat, Ceana Nezhat
Pub. Date: 11/30/2007
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book catalogs the full spectrum of minimally invasive procedures in gynecology, oncology, and infertility treatment. High-quality color pictures supplement many of the presentations. The book covers subjects as varied as endometriosis, urinary incontinence, infertility, ovarian cancer, and appendiceal disease. It also discusses general surgical laparoscopic… See more details below
This book catalogs the full spectrum of minimally invasive procedures in gynecology, oncology, and infertility treatment. High-quality color pictures supplement many of the presentations. The book covers subjects as varied as endometriosis, urinary incontinence, infertility, ovarian cancer, and appendiceal disease. It also discusses general surgical laparoscopic issues and the management of complications during laparoscopy. The three editors have pioneered some of the most important laparoscopic procedures used today, and their work has opened up the video laparoscopy field for surgeons worldwide. The contributors have extensive experience in laparoscopy and hysteroscopy. Many of them have established some of the surgical techniques discussed.
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Table of ContentsForeword; 1. Introduction; 2. Equipment; 3. Anesthesia; 4. Laparoscopic trocar access; 5. Laparoscopic suturing; 6. Intraperitoneal and retroperitoneal anatomy; 7. Fertility: 7.1. Frontiers in fertility; 7.2. Assessment of the endometrial cavity in the patient with infertility; 7.3. Ultrasound egg recovery; 7.4. Ultrasonography and the embryo transfer; 7.5. Salpingostomy and salpingectomy TBD; 8. Hysteroscopy: 8.1. Evaluation and management of the uterine septum; 8.2. Intrauterine adhesions: hysteroscopic evaluation and treatment; 8.3 Hysteroscopic myomectomy; 8.4. Hysteroscopic tubal cannulation; 8.5. Hysteroscopic sterilization; 8.6. Global endometrial ablation; 9. Management of adnexal masses: 9.1. The adnexal mass; 9.2. Ovarian cystectomy; 9.3. Laparoscopic operations on the ovary; 9.4. Management of the ectopic pregnancy; 9.5. Management of tubo-ovarian abcesses; 9.6. Surgical management of polycystic ovarian syndrome; 9.7. Ovarian remnant; 10. Endometriosis: 10.1. The pathogenesis of endometriosis; 10.2. Thoracic endometriosis; 11. Laparoscopic adhesiolysis; 12. Leiomyomas: 12.1. Laparoscopic myomectomy; 12.2. Uterine fibroid embolization; 13. Hysterectomy: 13.1. Laparoscopy and hysterectomy; 13.2. Laparoscopic excision of rudimentary uterine horn; 14. Pelvic floor: 14.1. Laparoscopic burch colposuspension; 14.2. Minimally invasive slings; 14.3. Laparoscopic vaginal vault suspension; 14.4. Laparoscopic urethral suspension, repair of cystourethrocele and vesicovaginal fistula; 14.5. Laparoscopic rectovaginal fistula repair; 14.6. Laparoscopic assisted neovaginoplasty; 15. Uterosacral transection and ablation; 16. Gynecologic Malignancy: 16.1. Introduction; 16.2. Laparoscopic lymphadenectomy; 16.3. Laparoscopic sentinel lymph node identification in cervical cancer; 16.4. Schauta radical vaginal hysterectomy and total laparoscopic radical hysterectomy; 16.5. Laparoscopy for endometrial cancer; 16.6. Laparoscopic management of early ovarian cancer; 16.7. Second-look surgery for gynecologic malignancy; 16.8. Port site metastasis and pneumoperitoneum; 17. Laparoscopy in the pregnant patient; 18. Minimal access pediatric surgery; 19. Laparoscopic vascular surgery in 2006; 20. Complications in laparoscopy: 20.1. Laparoscopic major vascular injury; 20.2. Complications: ureter; 20.3. Laparoscopic treatment of gastrointestinal endometriosis; 21. Additional procedures for pelvic surgeons: 21.1. Cystoscopy; 21.2. Intraoperative sigmoidoscopy in gynecologic surgery; 21.3. Appendectomy; 22. Laparoscopy simulators for training basic surgical skills, tasks, and procedures; 23. Robot-assisted laparoscopy: 23.1. Computer assisted surgery and surgical robotics: past, present and future; 23.2. Minimally invasive gynecologic surgery: the evolving role of robotics.
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