Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery: Including Breast Surgery and Related Urologic and Intestinal Surgical Operations. Zus.-Arb.: H.A. Hirsch, O. Kaser, F.A.

Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery: Including Breast Surgery and Related Urologic and Intestinal Surgical Operations. Zus.-Arb.: H.A. Hirsch, O. Kaser, F.A.

By: Sven Becker (editor), Diethelm Wallwiener (editor)Hardback

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A superb work of art as well as an outstanding clinical reference, this book continues the rich tradition of earlier editions by providing unparalleled coverage of the entire field of gynecologic surgery. This new fourth edition offers completely updated content, user-friendly features, and the cornerstone of the book: an art program of astounding quality. It is indispensable for gynecologic surgeons or residents who need to review, refresh, or fine-tune their skills in preparation for surgery, while being alerted to pitfalls and possible complications at every juncture. Special features of the new 4th edition of this world-famous atlas: Nearly 1,200 stunning watercolor drawings that provide a visual depiction of operative steps unequalled in the literature Detailed, point-by-point descriptions of routine as well as more complex procedures Full coverage of abdominal, vaginal, and endoscopic approaches in sections on the adnexa, uterus, vulva/vagina, and pelvic floor Introduction of the new "Procedure Navigator" section, which facilitates a convenient search from disease to indication to medical or surgical treatment of choice A truly international perspective, with leading specialists from Europe and the United States sharing heir clinical experience and wisdom Complete with expert foundational chapters on pre- and postoperative treatment, informed consent, instrumentation, indications and contraindications, risks and complications, and more, this book is both beautiful and informative. Its step-by-step didactic concept is ideal for residents-in-training, while its detailed description of both common and rare procedures makes it useful for experienced surgeons. For all specialists, Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery is a standard, must-have reference on current methodology and clinical protocols in this rapidly evolving field.

About Author

Director, Department of Gynecology, University Clinic Frankfurt

Contents

1 General part 1.1 Pre- and postoperative treatment 1.1.1 Preoperative treatment 1.1.2 Postoperative treatment 1.2 Instruments 1.2.1 Abdominal surgery 1.2.2 Vaginal surgery 1.2.3 Endoscopic surgery 1.3 Sutures and drains 1.3.1 Sutures 1.3.2 Drains 1.4 Positioning 1.4.1 Abdominal procedures 1.4.2 Vaginal procedures 1.4.3 Laparoscopic procedures 2 Complications and their management 2.1 Bleeding complications 2.1.1 Intraoperative bleeding - abdominal procedures 2.1.2 Intraoperative bleeding - vaginal procedures 2.1.3 Intraoperative bleeding - laparoscopic procedures 2.1.4 Postoperative bleeding 2.2 Inflammatory complications 2.2.1 Wound infection 2.2.2 Peritonitis/sepsis 2.3 Injury of urinary organs 2.3.1 Bladder injuries 2.3.2 Ureter injuries 2.4 Gastrointestinal tract injury 2.4.1 Small bowel injury 2.4.2 Large bowel injury 2.5 Wound dehiscence and hernia 2.5.1 Wound dehiscence 2.5.2 Hernias 3 Abdominal wall 3.1 Laparotomy 3.1.1 Anatomical basis 3.1.2 Opening the abdomen 3.1.3 Closure techniques 3.2 Laparoscopy 3.2.1 Anatomical basis 3.2.2 Approach to the abdominal cavity 3.2.3 Insertion in special operations 3.2.4 Open laparoscopy 3.2.5 Closure of trocar insertion points 3.2.6 Laparoscopic retrieval techniques 4 Adnexa 4.1 Preliminary remarks about the region 4.1.1 Topography of the retroperitoneum 4.1.2 Functional pathology 4.1.3 Morphological pathology - Histology 4.1.4 Terminology and Diagnosis 4.2 Concepts for surgical therapy - Procedure navigator 4.3 Operation Techniques 4.3.1. Abdominal 4.3.2. Vaginal 4.3.3. Endoscopic 5 Uterus 5.1 Preliminary remarks about the region 5.1.1 Topography of pelvic spaces 5.1.2 Functional pathology-Developmental disorders 5.1.3 Morphological pathology-Histology 5.1.4 Terminology and Diagnosis 5.2 Operative therapy-Procedure navigator 5.3 Operation Techniques 5.3.1 Abdominal 5.3.2 Vaginal 5.3.3 Endoscopic 6 Vulva und Vagina 6.1 Preliminary remarks about the regions 6.1.1 Topography of the external genitalia 6.1.2 Functional pathology - Developmental disorders 6.1.3 Morphol. Pathology - Histology 6.1.4 Terminology and Diagnosis 6.2 Concepts for surgical treatment - Procedure navigator 6.3. Operation techniques 6.3.1 Abdominal 6.3.2. Vaginal 6.3.3. Reconstructive and plastic surgery 7 Pelvic floor 7.1 Preliminary remarks about the region 7.1.1 Topography of the access pathways 7.1.2 Position change of urinary bladder, internal genitalia, rectum 7.1.3 Continence and incontinence 7.2 Operative treatment - procedure navigator 7.3 Operative techniques 7.3.1. Abdominal 7.3.2. Vaginal 7.3.3. Endoscopic 8 Special Gynecologic Oncology, Special Urogynecology and Proco-Gynecology, New Technologies for Surgery 8.1 Exenterations 8.1.1 Development of evisceration surgery 8.1.2 Indications and contraindications 8.1.3 Problems of operation technique 8.1.4 Errors and failures 8.1.5 Operation procedures 8.1.6 Systematic exenteration 8.1.7 Complications 8.1.8 Concurrent and postoperative treatment 8.1.9 Limits of the method 8.2 Gynecology - Urology - Proctology 8.2.1 Gynecologic Urology 8.2.2 Special Urologic Procedures 8.2.3 Gynecologic proctology 8.3 New techniques

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9783136507049
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 676
  • ID: 9783136507049
  • weight: 3409
  • ISBN10: 3136507045
  • translations: German
  • language of text: English
  • edition: 4th edition

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