Surgery for Urinary Incontinence

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By Roger R. Dmochowski, MD,FACS, Mickey M. Karram, MD and W. Stuart. Reynolds, MD, MPH
ISBN
9781416062677
Publication Date
29-03-2013
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  • Case-based presentations and videos, narrated by the authors, take you step by step through a variety of procedures, including synthetic & biologic slings, suspensions, botox injections, the use of neuromodulation devices, and more.
  • Heavily illustrated, quick-reference chapters discuss all of the possible diagnoses and management options for urinary incontinence problems.
  • Case studies describe the clinical history surrounding each case featured in the videos, and demonstrate how to manage a variety of recurrent cases as well as how to avoid and manage complications.
  • Online access at www.expertconsult.com places the full text, videos, and more at your fingertips on any computer or mobile device.

 

Surgery for Urinary Incontinence, by Drs. Roger Dmochowski, Mickey M. Karram, and W. Stuart Reynolds, is the ideal way to sharpen your skills in the diagnosis and management of this condition. In this volume in the Female Pelvic Surgery Video Atlas Series, edited by Mickey Karram, MD, detailed discussions and illustrations, case studies, and video footage clarify how to most effectively select and perform a variety of procedures and manage complications.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9781416062677
Author Informaiton By Roger R. Dmochowski, MD,FACS, Vice Chair for Faculty Affairs and Professionalism, Section of Surgical Sciences Associate Surgeon-in-Chief, Vanderbilt University Medical Center ; Mickey M. Karram, MD, Director of Fellowship Program, Female Pelvic Medicine & Reconstructive Surgery, The Christ Hospital; Professor of Obstetrics/Gynecology and Urology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio and W. Stuart. Reynolds, MD, MPH, W. Stuart Reynolds, MD, MPH Assistant Professor Department of Urologic Surgery Vanderbilt University Medical Center Nashville, Tennessee
Published Reviews "Urologic and gynecologic surgeons who treat patients with urinary incontinence should look to this up-to-date surgical atlas for helpful videos and concise descriptions of surgical techniques. It provides a practical guide for both novice and experienced female pelvic reconstructive surgeons and the videos add an invaluable teaching tool. Overall, it would be a helpful addition to the collection of any urologic or gynecologic training program or the bookshelf of pelvic reconstructive surgeons."- Alana Murphy, MD (Thomas Jefferson University) Doody Review Services
Table of Content

1. Etiology and Epidemiology of Urinary Incontinence

2. Preoperative Evaluation of Patients with Urinary Incontinence and Selection of Appropriate Surgical Procedures for Stress Incontinence

2-1 Discussion of Normal Lower Urinary Tract Function

2-2 Live Patient Interview

2-3 Case Study of a Patient with Mixed Urinary Incontinence

2-4 Examination of a Patient with Significant Anterior Vaginal Wall Prolapse

2-5 Case Study of a Patient with Symptomatic Prolapse and Incontinence

2-6 Demonstration of "Eyeball" Filling Study in a Patient with Incontinence and Prolapse

2-7 Q-Tip Test in a Patient with Minimal Urethral Mobility

2-8 Overview of Specific Urodynamics Studies

3. Surgical Anatomy of the Anterior Vaginal Wall, Retropubic Space, and Inner Groin

3-1 Anatomy of the Anterior Vaginal Wall

3-2 Anatomy of the Lower Urinary Tract

3-3 Anatomy of Retropubic Space (Cadaveric Dissection)

3-4 Anatomy of Retropubic Space (Live Surgical Demonstration)

3-5 Anatomy Relevant to Retropubic Midurethral Slings

3-6 Anatomy Relevant to Transobturator Midurethral Slings

4. Retropubic Operations for Stress Urinary Incontinence

4-1 Modified Burch Colposuspension

4-2 Laparoscopic Paravaginal Repair

5. Biologic Bladder Neck Pubovaginal Slings

5-1 Rectus Fascia Pubovaginal Sling Procedure

5-2 Urethral Reconstruction with Martius Fat Pad Transposition and Cadaveric Fascia Lata Pubovaginal Sling

6. Retropubic Synthetic Midurethral Slings

6-1 Traditional Tension-Free Vaginal Tape Procedure

6-2 Tension-Free Vaginal Tape EXACT Procedure

6-3 SPARC Procedure

7. Transobturator Synthetic Midurethral Slings

7-1 Transobturator Sling: Inside-Out Technique (Example 1)

7-2 Transobturator Sling: Inside-Out Technique (Example 2)

7-3 Transobturator Sling: Outside-In Technique (MONARC)

8. Single Incision Synthetic Midurethral Slings

8-1 TVT-Secur - Hammock Placement

8-2 TVT-Secur - "U" Placement

8-3 MiniArc Single-Incision Sling System

8-4 Solyx SIS System

8-5 AJUST Adjustable Single-Incision Sling

9. Surgical Management of Voiding Dysfunction and Retention Following Stress Incontinence Surgery

9-1 Loosening of Retropubic Synthetic Sling at 8 days Postoperatively

9-2 Excision of Suburethral Portion of Retropubic Synthetic Sling

9-3 Excision of Single Incision Synthetic Sling

9-4 Incision of Pubovaginal Sling

9-5 Retropubic Vesicourethrolysis

9-6 Vaginal Urethrolysis

10. Bulk Enhancing Agents for Stress Incontinence: Indications and Techniques

10-1 Cystoscopic Injection of Urethral Bulking Agent (Coaptite)

11. Sacral Neuromodulation

11-1 Percutaneous Nerve Evaluation

11-2 Stage I Implant

11-3 Stage II Implant

12. Botulinum Toxin Injection Therapy

12-1 Technique of Intravesical Injection of Botulinum Toxin

13. Bladder Augmentation

13-1 Technique for Bladder Augmentation (Example 1)

13-2 Technique for Bladder Augmentation (Example 2)

14. Managing Surgical Complications Related to Procedures for Incontinence

14-1 Recurrent Stress Incontinence After Two Previous Unsuccessful Synthetic Midurethral Sling Procedures

14-2 Bladder Perforation at the Time of Retropubic Synthetic Midurethral Sling Procedure

14-3 Excision of Subrutheral Portion of Synthetic Sling and Partial Cystectomy to Remove Eroded Sling with Stone Formation from Bladder

14-4 Excision of TVT-Secur Sling from Urethra with Urethral Reconstruction and Placement of Cadaveric Fascial Pubovaginal Sling

14-5 Complete Removal of Transobturator Tape (OB Tape) Secondary to Recurrent Granulation Tissue and Vaginal Bleeding

14-6 Recurrent Incontinence After Tension-Free Vaginal Tape Secondary to Complex Urethral Diverticulum

14-7 Excision of Eroded Tension-Free Vaginal Tape with Repair of Urethrovaginal Fistula and Placement of Cadaveric Fascia Pubovaginal Sling

14-8 Avoiding and Managing Bleeding During Placement of Retropubic Midurethral Sling

14-9 Avoiding And Managing Small Bowel Injury During Placement of Retropubic Midurethral Sling

Publication Date 29-03-2013
Pages 192
Trim 276 x 216 (8 1/2 x 10 7/8)
Stock Status In Stock
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