Female Urology: Text with DVD (3rd Revised edition)

Female Urology: Text with DVD (3rd Revised edition)

By: Shlomo Raz (author), Larissa V. Rodriguez (author)Hardback

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Completely reorganized and updated, the 3rd Edition of this best-selling reference presents comprehensive coverage of all aspects of female urology, making it easy to implement today's best approaches for every patient, both surgical and non-surgical. A bonus DVD includes video clips of surgical procedures to further enhance your surgical repertoire...as well as all of the book's illustrations - downloadable for your electronic presentations. Offers step-by-step, highly illustrated guidance on diagnosing and managing the full range of female urologic problems you encounter in practice. Features the work of all new contributors and 30% new content to keep you abreast of the latest in the specialty. Enables you to implement the most current techniques through new chapters on pharmacologic neuromodulation (Botox) and laparoscopic management of SUI, as well as an expanded section on Surgical Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse. Includes 200 new illustrations and 400 new clinical photographs reflecting the state of current practice. Offers a bonus DVD with video clips of procedures including Excision of Urethral Diverticula, Repair of Vesico-vaginal Fistula Using Peritoneal Flap, and Total Mesh Reconstruction of Vaginal Prolapse to help you enhance your surgical skills.

Contents

Section 1: Basic Concepts Chapter 1: Developmental Anatomy and Urogenital Abnormalities-D. Bloom/J. Latini/K. Kieran Chapter 2: Structural Basis of Voiding Function-Previous Edition (El-Badawi) Chapter 3: Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology: Innervation of the Lower Urinary Tract-W. de Groat Chapter 4: Pharmacologic Basis of Bladder and Urethral Function and Dysfunction-K. Andersson Chapter 5: Hormonal Influences on the Female Genital and Lower Urinary Tract-D. Robinson/L. Cardozo Chapter 6: Social Impact of Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction-I. Addis Section 2: Evaluation and Diagnosis Chapter 7: Clinical Evaluation of Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction-J. Blaivas/J. Sandhu Chapter 8: Imaging of the Female Genito-Urinary Tract-S. Raman/L. Boyadzhyan Chapter 9: Ultrasound Evaluation of Lower Genitourinary Tract-H. Dietz Chapter 10: Electrophysiological Evaluation of the Pelvic Floor-C. Fowler/S. Podnar Chapter 11: Urodynamic Evaluation-H. Lai/C. Smith/T. Boone Chapter 12: The Measurement of Urinary Symptoms, Health Related Quality of Life and Outcomes of Treatment for Urinary Incontinence-L. Sirls Section 3: Pathophysiology of Voiding Dysfunction Chapter 13: Classification of Voiding Dysfunction-A. Wein/L. Moy Chapter 14: Voiding Dysfunction and Neurological Disorders-G. Lemack Chapter 15: Effect of Pelvic Surgery on Voiding Dysfunction-A. Gousse/H. Tunuguntla Chapter 16: Idiopathic Urinary Retention in the Female-N. Rosenblum/P. Padmanabhan Section 4: Overactive Bladder Chapter 17: Clinical Diagnosis of Overactive Bladder-S. Al-Hayek/P. Abrams Chapter 18: Pathophysiology of Overactive Bladder-W. Steers/A. Klausner Chapter 19: Behavior Modification and Conservative Management of OAB-A. Bourcier Chapter 20: Pharmacological Management of Overactive Bladder-A. Wein/L. Moy Chapter 21: Pharmacologic Neuromodulation (Botox, RTX, Capsacin)-R. Rackley/P. Shenot Chapter 22: Sacral Neuromodulation (Interstim) for the Treatment of OAB-S. Siegel/S. Moeller Chapter 23: Tibial Nerve Stimulation-M. Stoller/M. Cooperberg Chapter 24: Pudendal Nerve Stimulation-K. Peters/R. Bennett Chapter 25: Detrusor Myomectomy-E. McGuire/L. Ng Chapter 26: Bladder Augmentation-E. McGuire/L. Ng Section 5: Stress Incontinence Chapter 27: Pathophysiology of Stress Incontinence-C. Chapple/F. Manassero Chapter 28: Conservative Management of SUI/Pelvic Floor Rehab in the Management of SUI-A. Bourcier Chapter 29: Selecting the Best Surgical Option for the Treatment of SUI-M. Albo Chapter 30: Evaluation, Quality of Life and Outcomes of Prolapse Surgery-L. Stothers Chapter 31: Urethral Injectables in the Management of SUI-J. Corcos/E. Elzayat Chapter 32: Current Role of Needle Suspensions-P. Zimmern/J. Gilleran/E. Takacs Chapter 33: Vaginal Wall Sling-R. Appell Chapter 34: Free Vaginal Wall Sling-D. Pushkar Chapter 35: Transabdominal Colposuspension for the Treatment of Stress Incontinence-E. Tanagho Chapter 36: Pubovaginal Sling (Autologous)-E. McGuire/L. Ng Chapter 37: The Use of Cadaveric Fascia for Pubovaginal Sling-G. Webster/N. Sherman Chapter 38: Fascia Lata Sling-K. Kreder/N. Dwyer Chapter 39: Mid to Distal Urethral Slings-TVT-C. Klutke/J. Klutke Chapter 40: IVS-P. Petros Chapter 41: DUPS-N. Zabihi/G. Maher/L. Rodriguez Chapter 42: SPARC-D. Staskin/R. Tyagi Chapter 43: Pubo-Vaginal Tape-S. Vasavada/R. Rackley Chapter 44: Obturator Sling-C. Klutke/J. Klutke Chapter 45: Cadaveric Fascia Using Bone Anchors-G. Leach/S. Rueff Chapter 46: Radiofrequency of Endopelvic Fascia-R. Dmochowski/E. Cole Chapter 47: Spiral Sling-A. Mourtzinos/M. Maher/S. Raz/L. Rodriguez Chapter 48: OAB and Stress Incontinence-E. McGuire/K. Smith Chapter 49: Complications After Anti-Incontinence Surgery-V. Nitti/C. Huckabay Section 6: Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction Chapter 50: Female Sexual Function and Dysfunction-I. Goldstein Section 7: Female Organ Prolapse Chapter 51: Epidemiology of Pelvic Organ Prolapse-F. Daneshgari/C. Moore Chapter 52: Pregnancy, Childbirth and Pelvic Floor Injury-A. Groutz Chapter 53: Anatomy and Pathophysiology of Pelvic Organ Prolapse-J. DeLancey/Y. Hsu Chapter 54: Clinical Diagnosis and Presentation-M. Walters/C. Grace Chapter 55: Imaging in the Diagnosis of Pelvic Organ Prolapse-S. Raman/L. Boyadzhyan Chapter 56: Dynamic MRI in the Diagnosis of Pelvic Organ Prolapse-C. Comiter/J. Funk Chapter 57: Urodynamics Evaluation of the Prolapse-S. Herschorn Chapter 58: Nonsurgical Treatment of Vaginal Prolapse: Devices for Prolapse and Incontinence-P. Norton a) Nonsurgical Treatment of Vaginal Prolapse b) Nonsurgical Treatment of Urinary Incontinence: Devices Chapter 59: The Use of Synthetics and Biomaterials in Vaginal Prolapse-F. Govier/K. Kobashi/K. Hsiao Part A) Anterior Vaginal Wall Prolapse Chapter 60: Managing the Urethra in Vaginal Prolapse-N. Itano/C. Dimarco Chapter 61: Cadaveric Fascial Repair of Cystocele-G. Leach/S. Rueff Chapter 62: Transabdominal Paravaginal Cystocele Repair-A. Bent/M. Germain/D. Akingba Chapter 63: Anterior Colporaphy for Cystocele Repair (Kelly)-T. Muir Chapter 64: Transvaginal Paravaginal Repair of Grade IV Cysocele-S. Raz Chapter 65: Cystocele Repair Using Biological Material (Pelvicol)-G. Webster/N. Sherman Chapter 66: Tension Free Cystocele Repair Using Prolene Mesh-M. Cervigni/F. Natale Part B) Enterocele and Uterine Prolapse Chapter 67: Sacrospinous Ligament Suspension for Vaginal Vault Prolapse-S. Botros/R. Goldberg/P. Sand Chapter 68: Repair of Vaginal Vault Prolapse Using Soft Prolene Mesh-M. Rutman/D. Deng/L. Rodriguez/S. Raz Chapter 69: Use of IVS Device for Vaginal Vault Prolapse-P. Petros Chapter 70: Transvaginal Sacro-colpopexy for Vaginal Vault Prolapse-G. Webster/R. Foster Chapter 71: Vaginal Hysterectomy for Prolapse/Benign Disease-M. Karram/C. Rooney Chapter 72: Laparoscopic Sacral Colpopexy-M. Paraiso Chapter 73: Transabdominal Sacral Colpopexy-M. Paraiso/C. Chen Part C) Posterior Vaginal Wall Chapter 74: Posterior Vaginal Wall Repair and Segmental Defect Repair-T. Muir Chapter 75: Posterior Repair Using Cadaveric Fascia-G. Leach/S. Rueff Chapter 76: Perineocele-N. Rosenblum/C. Twiss Chapter 77: Complications of Vaginal Prolapse Surgery-R. Foster/ C. Amundsen/G. Webster . Pain . Recurrance . Bleeding . Dyspareunia . Vaginal Shortening . Ureteral Obstruction and Fistula . Erosion of Materials Section 8: Defecatory Function and Dysfunction Chapter 78: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Defecatory Dysfunction-T. Hull/M. Zutshi Section 9: Fistula and Diverticula Chapter 79: Urethrovaginal Fistula-P. Zimmern/J. Gilleran Chapter 80: Reconstruction of the Absent or Damaged Urethra-J. Sandhu/J. Blaivas Chapter 81: Vaginal Approach for the Treatment of Vesicovaginal Fistula-M. Ruttman/D.Deng/L. Rodriguez/S. Raz Chapter 82: Abdominal Approach for the Treatment of Vesicovaginal Fistula-W. Artibani/M. Mancini Chapter 83: Recto-Vaginal Fistula-M. Rutman/D. Deng/L. Rodriguez/S. Raz Chapter 84: Uretero-Vaginal Fistula-D. Ginsberg Chapter 85: Urethral Diverticula-E. Rovner Section 10: Pelvic Pan and Inflammatory Conditions Chapter 86: Urinary Tract Infections in Women-A. Macejko/A. Schaeffer Chapter 87: Vulvar and Vaginal Disorders: Chronic Pain and Abnormal Discharge-A. Rapkin/M. Lee Chapter 88: Benign Cystic Lesions of the Vagina and Vulva-K. Eilber Chapter 89: Pathophysiology of Pelvic Pain-U. Wesselmann Chapter 90: Neuroendocrine Role in Chronic Pelvic Pain-T. Buffington Chapter 91: Role of Myofascial Release in Pelvic Pain-R. Anderson Chapter 92: Interstitial Cystitis (& Pelvic Dysfunction)-C. Payne Section 11: Geriatric Urology Chapter 93: Epidemiology of Incontinence and Voiding Dysfunction in the Elderly-A. Diokno/V. Petero Chapter 94: Normal Lower Urinary Tract Function in the Elderly-J. Ouslander/T. Johnson Chapter 95: Urodynamic Evaluation in the Elderly-P. O'Donnell Section 12: Reconstruction Chapter 96: Use of Bowel in Lower Urinary Tract Reconstruction in the Female-J. Thuroff/C. Wiesner Chapter 97: Surgical Closure of the Bladder Neck in the Treatment of Urinary Incontinence-R. Cespedes Chapter 98: Tissue Engineering for Reconstruction of the Urinary Tract and Treatment of SUI-A. Atala/D. Eberli Chapter 99: Vaginoplasty - Construction of Neovagina-M. Lesavoy/E. Carter

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781416023395
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 1056
  • ID: 9781416023395
  • ISBN10: 1416023399
  • edition: 3rd Revised edition

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