Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecologic Surgery , 4th Edition

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By Michael S. Baggish, MD, FACOG and Mickey M. Karram, MD
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  • Half-tone images and four-color clinical photographs aid in comprehending complex anatomic relationships.
  • Comprehensive coverage of conventional and endoscopic surgeries helps you master the full spectrum of surgical procedures.

The updated edition of Atlas of Pelvic Anatomy and Gynecologic Surgery richly illustrates pelvic anatomy and surgical operations through full-color anatomic drawings, correlative surgical artwork with step-by-step photographs, and computer-assisted hybrid photo illustrations. Covering a compendium of gynecologic operations, including major and minor procedures and approaches, the techniques described feature a myriad of laparotomy, laparoscopic, robotic, hysteroscopic, vaginal, vulvar and cystoscopic operations. It is a truly comprehensive resource that's well suited for practicing obstetricians-gynecologists, obstetrics-gynecology residents, general surgeons, subspecialists, nurses, and medical students with an interest in gynecology.


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  • Half-tone images and four-color clinical photographs aid in comprehending complex anatomic relationships.
  • Comprehensive coverage of conventional and endoscopic surgeries helps you master the full spectrum of surgical procedures.
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ISBN 9780323225526
Author Informaiton By Michael S. Baggish, MD, FACOG, Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, University of California San Francisco, San Francisco; Gynecologist, The Women's Center of Saint Helena And Saint Helena Hospital, Saint Helena, California and 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
Pp Authortext Baggish & Karram
New to this Edition
    • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience offers access to all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices.
    • Brand-new chapters include a third chapter on Pelvic Anatomy, A Comprehensive Atlas of Vulvar Disorders, Avoiding and Managing Mesh Complications, and Appropriate Use of Mesh for Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
    • Accessible through Expert Consult, 24 new cadaver dissection videos enhance your knowledge and skills and provide a realistic view.
    • Correlative drawings and full-color illustrations provide the clearest and best visual understanding on the market.
    • New Robotic Surgery chapter authored by Javier Magrina, renowned minimally invasive and robotic gynecologic surgeon.
    Published Reviews

    2016 BMA Awards: Highly Commended, Obstetrics & Gynecology

     

    "This is an excellent desktop reference with well-done, online video simulations of gynecologic surgery. Busy gynecologists would be well served by using this wonderful resource to brush up on technique. As a gynecologist I shared this with said, "I found the illustrations very clear and correlated with the text description. The text is so well laid out that I can hardly wait to read it. Thanks for letting me see this terrific text."

    -Anthony Shanks, MD (Indiana University School of Medicine) for Doody's Review Service

    Table of Content

    Part 1 PRINCIPALS OF PELVIC ANATOMY & GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY

    Section 1 Pelvic Anatomy

    1. Basic Pelvic Anatomy
    2. Advanced Pelvic Anatomy
    3. Max Broedel's Pelvic Anatomy
    4. Section 2 Basic Foundations for Gynecologic Surgery

    5. Instrumentation
    6. Suture Material, Suturing Techniques, and Knot Tying
    7. Energy Devices
    8. Positioning and Nerve Injury
    9. Part 2 ABDOMINAL SURGERY

      Section 3 Anterior Abdominal Wall

    10. Anatomy of the Lower Abdominal Wall
    11. Abdominal Incisions
    12. Section 4 Uterus

    13. Intra-abdominal Pelvic Anatomy
    14. Dilatation and Curettage
    15. Abdominal Hysterectomy
    16. Radical Hysterectomy
    17. Endometrial Carcinoma With Lymph Node Sampling
    18. Myomectomy
    19. Surgical Treatment of Unusual Myoma Conditions
    20. Unification of Bicornuate Uterus
    21. Section 5 Abdominal Surgery During Pregnancy

    22. Abdominal Cerclage of the Cervix Uteri
    23. Cesarean Section
    24. Cesarean Section Hysterectomy
    25. Hypogastric Artery Ligation
    26. Trophoblastic Disease
    27. Section 6 Adnexa

    28. Ovarian Cystectomy and Cystotomy
    29. Surgery for Pyosalpinx, Tubo-Ovarian Abcess and Pelvic Abcess
    30. Adhesiolysis
    31. Surgical Management of Pelvic Endometriosis
    32. Surgical Management of Ectopic Pregnancy
    33. Surgical Management of Ovarian Residual and Remnant.
    34. Ovarian Tumor Debulking
    35. Tuboplasty
    36. Tubal Sterilziation
    37. Section 7 Retropubic Space

    38. Anatomy of the Retropubic Space
    39. Operative setup and entry into the Retropubic Space
    40. Retropubic Urethropexy for Stress Incontinence
    41. Retropubic Paravaginal Repair
    42. Retropubic Vesicourethrolysis
    43. Section 8 Retroperitoneum and Presacral Space

    44. Anatomy of the Retroperitoneum and Presacral Space
    45. Identifying and Avoiding Ureteral Injury
    46. Presacral Neurectomy
    47. Uterosacral Nerve Transection
    48. Lymph Node Sampling
    49. Section 9 Abdominal Operations for Enterocele and Vault Prolapse

    50. Native Tissue Suture Repair of Vaginal Vault Prolapse: Abdominal Approach
    51. Abdominal Sacral Colpopexy and Colpohysteropexy
    52. Part 3 CERVICAL, VAGINAL, VULVAR SURGERY

      Section 10 Cervical Surgery

    53. Anatomy of the Cervix
    54. Cervical Biopsy, Endocervical Curettage, and Cervical Biopsy During Pregnancy
    55. Conization of the Cervix
    56. Cervical Polypectomy
    57. Relief of Cervical Stenosis
    58. Cervical Cerclage
    59. Cervical Stump Excision (Trachlectomy)
    60. Section 11 Vaginal Surgery

    61. Anatomy of the Vagina
    62. Anatomy of the Support of the Anterior and Posterior Vaginal Walls
    63. Vaginal Hysterectomy
    64. Native Tissue Vaginal Repair of Cystocele, Rectocele and Enterocele
    65. Vaginal Native Tissue Suture Repair of Vaginal Vault Prolapse
    66. Obliterative Procedures for the Correction of Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    67. Use of Biological and Sysnthetic Mesh to AugmentVaginal Prolapse Repair
    68. Synthetic Midurethral Slings for the Correction of Stress Incontinence
    69. Avoiding and Managing Synthetic Mesh Complications After Surgeries for Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    70. Biological Bladder Neck Pubovaginal Slings for the Correction of Stress Incontinence
    71. Benign Lesions of the Vaginal Wall
    72. Congenital Vaginal Abnormalities
    73. Iatrogenic Vaginal Constriction
    74. Vaginectomy
    75. Section 12 Vulvar and Perineal Surgery

    76. Vulvar and Perineal Anatomy
    77. Atlas of Vulvar Disorders
    78. Bartholin Duct Cyst and Abscess
    79. Surgery for Vulvar Vestibulitis Syndrome (Vulvodynia)
    80. Wide Excision with or without Skin Graft
    81. Laser Excision and Vaporization
    82. Anatomy of the Groin and Femoral Triangle
    83. Vulvectomy
    84. Radical Vulvectomy with Tunnel Groin Dissection
    85. Vulvar Hematoma
    86. Correction of Clitoral Phimosis
    87. Hymenectomy (Hymenotomy)
    88. Plastic Repair of the Perineum (Perineorrhaphy)
    89. Benign Lesions of the Groin and the Canal of Nuck
    90. Surgery for Other Benign Lesions of the Vulva
    91. Therapeutic Injection
    92. Episiotomy
    93. Part 4 OTHER RELATED GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY

      Section 13 Surgical Procedures Performed on the Lower Urinary Tract

    94. Anatomy of the Urethra
    95. Surgical Repair of Urethral Prolapse
    96. Repair of Urethrovaginal Fistula
    97. Repair of Suburetheral Diverticulum
    98. Martius Fat Pad Transposition and Urethral Reconstruction
    99. Surgical Anatomy of the Bladder and Pelvic Ureter
    100. Suprapubic Catheter Placement
    101. Repair of Advertent and Inadvertent Cystotomy
    102. Abdominal Repair of Vesicovaginal and Vesicouterine Fistula
    103. Vaginal Repair of Vesicovaginal Fistula
    104. Managing Ureteral Injury During Pelvic Surgery
    105. Surgical Management of Detrusor Compliance Abnormalities
    106. Section 14 Bowel Surgery

    107. Intestinal Surgery
    108. Small Bowel Repair/Resection
    109. Closure of a Simple Transmural Injury to the Small Intestine
    110. Meckel's Diverticulum
    111. Appendectomy
    112. Colon Repair/Colostomy Creation
    113. Repair of Rectovaginal Fistulas
    114. Anal SphincterRepair with Perineal Reconstruction
    115. Transperineal Repair of Rectal Prolapse
    116. Section 15 Cosmetic and Gender Reassignment Surgery

    117. Surgery for Labial Hypertrophy
    118. Vaginoplasty with Perineal Reconstruction
    119. Section 16 The Breast

    120. The Breast
    121. Part 5 ENDOSCOPY AND ENDOSCOPIC SURGERY

      Section 17 Hysteroscopy

    122. Hysteroscopic Instrumentation
    123. Indications and Techniques
    124. Removal of Uterine Septum
    125. Ablation Techniques
    126. Minimally Invasive Non-Hysteroscopic Endometrial Ablation
    127. Resection of Submucous Myoma
    128. Complications of Hysteroscopy
    129. Section 18 Laparoscopy

    130. Pelvic Anatomy from the Laparoscopic View
    131. Trocar Placement
    132. Diagnostic Laparoscopy
    133. Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
    134. Laparoscopic Adnexal Surgery
    135. Laparoscopic Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontience
    136. Laparoscopic Surgery for Pelvic Organ Prolapse
    137. Robotic Surgery in Gynecologic
    138. Major Complications Associated with Laparoscopic Surgery
    139. Section 19 Cystourethroscopy

    140. Cystourethroscopy

    Part 6 SURGERY FOR TRANSGENDER Conditions

    Section 20 Surgery for Transgender Conditions

    123 Surgery for Transgender Conditions

    E-ISBN 9780323226639
    Imprint Elsevier
    発行日 28-10-2015
    Pages 1390
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