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With contributions drawn from recognized experts on both sides of the Atlantic, Textbook of Female Urology and Urogynaecology comprehensively chronicles past contributions, documents the present state of the science, and provides a foundation for understanding future developments in the field. The multidisciplinary nature of this field is reflected by the diversity of the chapter authors. The section on surgery, formatted for use as both a text and an atlas, covers the decision-making process and the technical aspects of surgical procedures. Helping readers master concepts and techniques in urology, gynaecology, and colorectal surgery, the book is a rich and copiously illustrated source of information on key topics in this rapidly developing field.

"...this internationally renowned team has written what will become the standard reference work on the subject with an in-depth coverage of history, basic sciences, diagnostic evaluation, treatment disorders & other considerations."

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Reviewer: Howard B. Goldman, MD (Case Western Reserve University)
Description: This is a comprehensive book on all aspects of incontinence, pelvic prolapse, and pelvic reconstructive surgery.
Purpose: The authors' intent is to produce a book that reviews the history of this field, document its current state and prepare the reader for future developments in this arena. An international group of authors from different fields was assembled to prevent the book from representing just one viewpoint. This is a worthy goal and one which is met by the various contributors.
Audience: Based on the detail in the book, it would appear that it is of particular value to urologists, gynecologists, and nurses with a special interest in this field. However, the book is organized in sections which allows it to be used as a reference or as a surgical atlas for those looking for one particular topic. Many of the contributors are well recognized authorities in this field and bring a sense of thoroughness to the discussion of many of the topics in this text.
Features: Just about every topic in the field of female urology is covered in great detail. Sections on epidemiology, patient evaluation, surgical and nonsurgical treatment of all facets of incontinence, prolapse, and other female urologic disorders are all well written. Very nice color illustrations and tables complement the text well. Many of the chapters describing surgical techniques can be used almost as a surgical atlas while most of the chapters dealing with nonsurgical treatments (pessary, physiotherapy, pads and anti-incontinence devices, etc.) present much information of which many practitioners are unaware. On the other hand, there are some areas where perhaps too much information is presented. One wonders whether three chapters on the epidemiology of incontinence, one each for the U.S., Australia, and Europe are really necessary. There are also a few areas where important information is lacking. For example, in the chapter on complications of SUI surgery, bare mention is made of the fact that the treatment for some patients with post-op retention and voiding dysfunction is a urethrolysis. More than just one sentence and perhaps even full detail of how to perform a urethrolysis would have been expected in such a comprehensive book. However, these minor deficiencies should not detract from the overall excellence of this book.
Assessment: This is an excellent and comprehensive book covering all aspects of female urology and urogynecology. It should prove useful to those immersed in this field as well as those who look to it more as a reference and/or surgical atlas. The fine illustrations and tables set this book apart from many others published in this field and ensure that it will be a valuable addition to the body of literature in female urology and urogynecology.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781901865059
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 8/16/2001
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1096
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 11.20 (h) x 2.08 (d)

Table of Contents

History of Urogynecology, H.P. Drutz and J.A. Schutz
Epidemiology (USA), A.C. Diokno
Epidemiology (Europe), C.W. McGrother, C. Shaw, S.I. Perry, H.M. Dallosso, and F.K. Mandah
Epidemiology (Australia), R.J. Millard
Quality of Life and Urinary Incontinence, C. Kelleher
Communication: The Key to Effective Incontinence Assessment, Treatment, and Patient Satisfaction, A. Saltmarche and C. Gartley
The Evolution of Continence Nurse Specialists, M.L. Gallo, D.K. Newman, and K.C. Sasso

Classification of Voiding Dysfunction, D.R. Staskin
Basic Embryology, R.J. Connell and A. Cutner
Female Urethral embryology with Clinical Applications, S.A. Zderic
Anatomy, J.O.L. DeLancey
Clinical Physiology of Micturition, J.L. Mostwin
Pharmacology of the Bladder, K.-E. Anderson and K. Waldeck

History and Examination, V. Khullar and L. Cardozo
Voiding Diary, M.-A. Harvey, E. Versi, and J.P. Weiss
Pad Test, M.-A. Harve,y and E. Versi
Uroflowmetry, B. Haylen
Cystometry, P.N. Hughes and P. Abrams
The Pressure-Flow Plot in the Evaluation of Female Incontinence, A. Wagg and J. Malone-Lee
Urethral Pressure Measurements, G. Lose
Leak-Point Pressures, E.J. McGuire and W.W. Leng
Electromyography, D.B. Vodusek and C.J. Fowler
Nerve Conduction Studies, C.J. Fowler and D.B. Vodusek
Videourodynamics, S. Herschorn
Ambulatory Urodynamics, S. Salvatore. V. Khullar, and L. Cardozo
Radiology and Urogynecology, D. Richards and A. Rockall
Ultrasonography, V. Khullar
Endoscopy, G.W. Cundiff

Outcomes of Conservative Treatment, D. Wilson, J. Hay-Smith, and K. Bo
Behavioral Therapies in the Management of Urinary Incontinence in Women, J.A. Fantl
Physiotherapy for Incontinence, J. Mantle
Drug Treatment of Voiding Dysfunction in Women, E.S. Rovner and A.J. Wein
Catheters; Pads and Pants; Appliances, K. Anders, S. Foxley, and J. Haken
Prevention if Incontinence and Prolapse, R.M. Freeman
Modern Devices for the Non-Surgical Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Genuine Stress Incontinence, R. Gardner and D.R. Staskin
Outcomes and Incontinence: Current Status of Results Reporting and the Future, R.R. Dmochowski
Preparation for Surgery, J. Bidmead and L. Cardozo
Intra-uretheral Injection Therapy, R.A. Appell
Vaginal Approaches for the Treatment of Stress Incontinence, Y.H. Kim and V.W. Nitti
Needle Suspensions, G.J. Jarvis
Retropubic Cystourethropexies, E. Petri
Laparoscopic Colposuspension, J.M. Lavin and A.R.B. Smith
Sling Procedures - Organic, D.C. Chaikin and J.G. Blaivas
Sling Procedures - Artificial, J.K. Jensen and H.J. Rufford
The Artificial Urinary Sphincter in the Female Patient, H.R. Hadley and M.-O. Bitker
Aetiology and Classification of Pelvic Organ Prolapse, S. Swift and J. Theofrastous
Anterior Vaginal Prolapse with and without Genuine Stress Incontinence, M.D. Walters and A.M. Weber
Enterocele, N. Kohli
Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management of Rectoceles, M.M. Karram and W. Porter
Perineal and Primary Anal Sphincter Repairs, A.H. Sultan and M.A. Kahn
Faecal Incontinence: Postnatal and Direct Sphincter Repair, D. Kumar and M. Lamah
Sacrospinos Colpopexy for Support of the Vaginal Apex, M.C. Slack
Adominal Sacral Colpopexy, M.C. Timmons
Hysterectomy, T. Misky and A. Magos
Surgical Fistulae, P. Hilton
Obstetric Fistulae, P. Hilton
Urethral Diverticulum and Fistula, G.E. Chapple, P.J.R. Shah, S.C. Radley, and D. Png
Gyneacological Development Anomalies, K. Edmonds
Paediatric Urogyneacology, A.J. Kirsch and H.M. Snyder
Complications of Surgery for Genuine Stress Incontinence, C. Chaliha and S.L. Stanton
Effects of Pelvic Surgery on the Lower Urinary Tract, M.E. Vierhout
Urological Complications of Gyneacological Surgery, K.R. Loughlin

Neurological Disorders, S.Y. Jung and M.B. Chancellor
Non-Neurogenic Voiding Diffculties and Retention, A.K. Monga
Cystitis and Urethritis, K. Boos
Frequency/Urgency Syndromes, B. Wise
Urethral Syndrome, G. Benness
Vaginitis, K. Boos
Laparoscopic Treatment of Pelvic Pain, R.W. Dover and C.J.G. Sutton
Sports and Fitness Activities, K. Bo
Problems Associated with Sexual Activity, A. Hextall and L. Cardozo
Nulliparous Women, A. Bourcier
Pregnancy and Childbirth, P. Toozs-Hobson and A. Cutner
Menopause, A. Hextall and L. Cardozo
Anal Incontinence, L. Brubaker

Outcome Measures in Women with Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms, G. Lose
The Purpose of Standardization of Teminology and Methods in Patients with Lower UrinaryTract Dysfunction, A. Mattiasson
The Standardization of Terminology of Lower Urinary Tract Function Recommended by the International Continence Society, P. Abrams, J.G. Blaivas, S.L. Stanton, J.T. Anderson (ICS Committee on Standardization of Terminology)
The Standardization of Terminology of Female Pelvic Organs Prolapse and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, R.C. Bump, A. Mattiason, K. Bo, L.P. Brubaker, J.O.L. DeLancey, P. Klarshov, B.L. Shull, and A.R.B. Smith


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