Urogynecology and Reconstructive Pelvic Surgery / Edition 3by Mark D. Walters, Mickey M. Karram
Pub. Date: 10/10/2006
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
Edited and authored by some of the most respected figures in the field, this newly revised book is your comprehensive guide to all areas of urogynecology, including urinary and fecal incontinence, urodynamic testing, management of genuine stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, and much more. Uniquely organized to reflect a physician's… See more details below
Edited and authored by some of the most respected figures in the field, this newly revised book is your comprehensive guide to all areas of urogynecology, including urinary and fecal incontinence, urodynamic testing, management of genuine stress incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, overactive bladder, and much more. Uniquely organized to reflect a physician's decision-making process, this practical, clinically oriented text moves from basic concepts through to clinical and urodynamic evaluation, management, and treatment. Inside, you'll find evidence-based assessments of appropriate therapies, along with algorithmic approaches to common complaints, and clear surgical illustrations. Exclusive to the third edition is a section addressing painful and irritative voiding disorders, including overactive bladder, as well as 20 new case presentations that offer opinions from the leading experts in urogynecology and urology.
- Features step-by-step instructions for urodynamic testing.
- Addresses all urogynecologic disorders, including genuine stress incontinence • pelvic organ prolapse • defecation disorders • painful and irritative voiding disorders • and specific conditions such as urinary tract infection.
- Presents vital information on urethral injections, covering the newest treatment options available.
- Examines the use of autologous materials and mesh in reconstructive pelvic surgery.
- Uses over 300 crisp illustrations to illuminate every detail.
- Contains a new section on painful and irritative voiding disorders, including a discussion of overactive bladder and the latest treatment optionsavailable.
- Discusses urodynamics and the most up-to-date testing available for urethral sphincteric function.
- Features 20 all new case presentations with expert commentary.
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- New Edition
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- 8.50(w) x 11.10(h) x 1.10(d)
Table of Contents
|Ch. 1||Historical milestones in female pelvic surgery, gynecology, and female urology||3|
|Ch. 2||Anatomy of the lower urinary tract, rectum, and pelvic floor||17|
|Ch. 3||Neurophysiology and pharmacology of the lower urinary tract||31|
|Ch. 4||Epidemiology and psychosocial impact of pelvic floor disorders||44|
|Ch. 5||Description and classification of lower urinary tract dysfunction and pelvic organ prolapse||55|
|Ch. 6||Evaluation of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse : history, physical examination, and office tests||65|
|Ch. 7||Urodynamics : cystometry and urethral function tests||78|
|Ch. 8||Urodynamics : voiding studies||102|
|Ch. 9||Endoscopic evaluation of the lower urinary tract||114|
|Ch. 10||Radiologic studies of the lower urinary tract and pelvic floor||124|
|Ch. 11||Neurophysiologic testing for pelvic floor disorders||138|
|Ch. 12||Pathophysiology of stress urinary incontinence||157|
|Ch. 13||Obstetrics and pelvic floor disorders||165|
|Ch. 14||Stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse : nonsurgical management||172|
|Ch. 15||Retropubic operations for stress urinary incontinence||187|
|Ch. 16||Sling procedures for stress urinary incontinence||196|
|Ch. 17||Laparoscopic surgery for stress urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse||213|
|Ch. 18||Urethral injection of bulking agents for intrinsic sphincter deficiency||227|
|Ch. 19||Surgical correction of anterior vaginal wall prolapse||234|
|Ch. 20||Surgical treatment of rectocele and perineal defects||246|
|Ch. 21||Surgical treatment of vaginal vault prolapse and enterocele||262|
|Ch. 22||Obliterative procedures for vaginal prolapse||288|
|Ch. 23||The use of biologic tissue and synthetic mesh in urogynecology and reconstructive pelvic surgery||295|
|Ch. 24||Fecal incontinence||309|
|Ch. 26||Rectovaginal fistula and perineal breakdown||331|
|Ch. 27||Rectal prolapse||340|
|Ch. 28||Overactive bladder syndrome and nocturia||353|
|Ch. 29||Painful bladder syndromes||377|
|Ch. 30||Voiding dysfunction and urinary retention||390|
|Ch. 31||Sacral neuromodulation therapy||402|
|Ch. 32||Urinary tract infection||413|
|Ch. 33||The effects of gynecologic cancer on lower urinary tract function||425|
|Ch. 34||Gynecologic injury to the ureters, bladder and urethra : prevention, recognition, and management||436|
|Ch. 35||Lower urinary tract fistulas||445|
|Ch. 36||Urethral diverticula||461|
|Ch. 37||The urinary tract in pregnancy||472|
|Ch. 38||Bladder drainage and urinary protective methods||490|
|Ch. 39||Outcome and quality-of-life measures in pelvic floor research||499|
|Ch. 40||Case presentations with expert discussions||515|
|App. A||The standardisation of terminology of lower urinary tract function recommended by the international continence society||549|
|App. B||The standardisation of terminology of lower urinary tract function : report from the standardisation sub-committee of the international continence society||562|
|App. C||Standardization reports of the international continence society (ICS)||574|
|App. D||Sample questionnaires for several recommended outcome measures for women with pelvic floor disorders||576|
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