Female Urology / Edition 2 available in Hardcover
The 2nd Edition of this essential text covers all aspects of female urology. Includes chapters on the anatomy of continence and pelvic support, retrocele repair, enterocele repair, hysterectomy, perineal repair, vaginal vault prolapse, sacrospinalis fixation, and continent pouches. Other material focuses on the treatment of urinary incontinence using functional electrical stimulation, needle urethral-vesicle suspension procedures, retropubic operative procedures for stress urinary incontinence, surgical treatment of detrusor hyperreflexia, gynecologic injuries to the ureter, bladder, and urethra, and vaginal flap technique.
• The newest techniques for managements of urinary incontinence and intrinsic sphincter dysfunction including injections of collagen and/or fat, artificial sphincters, vaginal and abdominal suspensions, slings of fascia and synthetics, and the authors' own vaginal wall sling method as well as non-surgical techniques such as biofeedback, behavioral therapy, and pelvic floor rehabilitation. Extensive review of the newest techniques in the transvaginal repair of enterocele, rectocele, and uterine prolapse.
• Detailed descriptions of the repair of the damaged urethra and ureter and construction of neovagina. WHAT'S NEW:
• The anatomy and pathophysiology of stress incontinence. Neurophysiology of micturition.
• Pharmacology of lower urinary tract. Social impact of incontinence.
• Epidemiology. Medical and surgical treatment of urinary incontinence.
• Urinary tract infection. Interstitial cystitis.
• Geriatric incontinence. Nerve stimulation.
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Product dimensions:||8.50(w) x 10.98(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
Basic Concepts. Evaluation. Voiding Dysfunction. Nonsurgical Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction. Surgery for Anatomic Incontinence. Treatment of Intrinsic Sphincter Dysfunction: Slings, Injections, & Artificial Sphincters. Pelvic Prolapse. Other Conditions. Neurosurgical Intervention for Female Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction.