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Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances is complete with full color illustrations, schematic diagrams, modular and step wise figures, tables and charts which assist the reader in assimilating knowledge A summary section in each chapter makes use of bullet points to bring the key points together The use of x-sectional anatomic photographs provides the reader with a visual understanding of the topic at hand Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances is written by expert authors with a track record of successful collaboration therefore providing advice born of years of experience
The fully comprehensive bookbrings together the three main pelvic specialties (Urology, Gynecological Oncology and Colorectal Surgery) into one volume. Patients have been shown to benefit from a multidisciplinary approach since it allows surgeons of different specialties to learn from one another therefore enhancing the treatment for the patient.
Pelvic cancer outcomes are poor in low volume centres. These centres account for 80% of the global centres dealing with these cancers. Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances is a much needed book that can focus training and assist health professionals in their care of patients with pelvic dysfunction.
Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances is complete with full color illustrations and schematic diagrams and makes use of key points and stepwise figures for an enhanced learning experience.
Content Level »Professional/practitioner
Keywords »Gynecology - Laparoscopy - Oncology - Proctology - Surgery
Part 1. Training and Environment for Pelvic Surgery.- 1. Improving Multidisciplinary Team Working in Urological Oncology.- 2. Setting Up Simulation Training for Pelvic Surgery.- 3. Pelvic Virtual Reality Systems.- 4. Telemedicine as a Quality Improvement Facilitator in Pelvic Cancer Surgery.- 5. Enhanced Recovery after Surgery for Pelvic Cancer Surgery.- 6. Dealing with Pelvic Dysfunction: Multi and Interdisciplinary Team Approach.- Part 2. Urologic.-7. Anatomy of the Pelvis.- 8. Pelvic Lymphadenectomy for Prostate and Bladder Cancer.- 9. Prostate and Bladder Carcinomas: Histology, Immunohistochemistry, Genetic Biomarkers.- 10. Minimally Invasive Therapies for Pelvic Urological Cancer.- 11. Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy.- 12. Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy.- 13. Extraperitoneal Robot-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy.- 14. Diagnostic and Endoscopic Management of Bladder Tumors.- 15. Bladder Preservation Approaches.- 16. Radical Cystectomy: Robotic, Laparoscopic, Open and Partial.- 17. Orthotopic Bladder Substitution.- 18. Techniques of Urinary Diversion.- 19. Single Port Surgery in the Pelvis: Current and Future Feasibility.- 20. Radical Perineal Prostatectomy.- 21. Management of Pelvic Retroperitoneal Tumors.- 22. Management of Erectile Function after Radical Prostatectomy.- 23. Management of Incontinence after Pelvic Malignancy.- Part 3. Gynecologic.- 24. Imaging of Gynaecological Cancers.- 25. Pathology of Gynecologic Cancers.- 26. Screening for Gynecologic Cancers.- 27. Inherited Gene Mutations in Gynaecological Oncology.- 28. Endoscopy in Gynaecologic Oncology.- 29. Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping for Endometrial Cancer.- 30. Treatment of Endometrial Cancer.- 31. Management of Advanced Endometrial Cancer and Inhibitors of the PI3K/AKT/mTOR Pathway.- 32. Fertility Preservation in Early Cervical Cancer.- 33. Radical Hysterectomy in Cervical Cancer.- 34. Sentinel Lymph Node Mapping in the Management of Cervical Cancer.- 35. Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in the Management of Cervical Carcinoma.- 36. Chemoradiation for Cervical Cancer.- 37. (Laterally) Extended Endopelvic Resection for the Treatment of Locally Advanced and Recurrent Cervical Cancer.- 38. Reconstruction in Exenterative Surgery.- 39. Treatment of Early Ovarian Cancer.- 40. Extended Surgery for Advanced Ovarian Cancer.- 41. Neoadjuvant and Adjuvant Chemotherapy for Advanced and Recurrent Ovarian Cancer and Biological Agents.- Part 4. Colorectal.- 42. Anatomy of the Rectum and Anus.- 43. Training Surgeons for Rectal Cancer Surgery—Clinical and Simulation.- 44. Perioperative Care for Patients Undergoing Major Pelvic Operations.- 45. Staging and Evaluation of Rectal Cancer and Pelvic Malignancy.- 46. Radiation Therapy in the Treatment of Rectal Cancer.- 47. Transanal Approaches to Rectal Cancer Surgery.- 48. Endoscopic Approaches to Rectal Neoplasia.- 49. Open Surgical Management of Rectal Cancer.- 50. Laparoscopic Surgical Management of Rectal Cancer.- 51. Management of Anal Cancer.- 52. Management of Locally Advanced and Recurrent Rectal Cancer.- 53. Dealing with Complications of Rectal Surgery.- 54. Pre-Sacral Tumors.- 55. Treatment of Rectal Cancer with Synchronous Liver Metastasis.- 56. Selective Non-Operative Treatment in Rectal Cancer after Neoadjuvant Chemoradiation: Lessons Learned from the “Watch-and-Wait” Approach.- 57. Considerations for Management of Hereditary Rectal Cancer and Desmoid Tumors.- 58. Cost of Medical Care: Whose Money Are We Talking About?.- 59. Approaches to Management of Fecal Incontinence.