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Scenario presentations feature specific patients and their full treatment
Expert analysis of case studies from leading institutions in the U.S.
Comprehensive series of treatment options for treating problems in female urology
Provides novel techniques for the treatment of voiding dysfunction
Female Urology:A Practical Clinical Guide offers a hands-on reference for the management of challenging disorders of the female lower urinary tract. This volume features scenario presentations in which a patient presentation is described and followed by two experts in the field reviewing work-up and management of the problem.
The volume is divided into three, easy-to-follow sections. The first section, Evaluation, details the anatomy of pelvic support, the lower urinary tract, incontinency, and overactive bladders. The second section, Treatment, outlines treatments for stress urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, prolapse, and reconstruction. The third section includes case studies from various locales around the country, illustrating the proper techniques for the evaluation and treatment of problems relating to female urology.
A thoroughly comprehensive and innovative volume, Female Urology:A Practical Clinical Guide will be of great use to busy clinicians striving for the most current methods of evaluating and treating dysfunctions in female urology.
Female Urology and Voiding Dysfunction
Howard Goldman, M.D.
Sandip Vasavada, M.D.
Table of Contents
1. Anatomy of Pelvic Support
2. Neurophysiologic Control of the Lower Urinary Tract
3. Office Evaluation of the Incontinent Female and the Prolapsed Patient
4. Urodynamic Evaluation of Female Stress Urinary Incontinence
5. Urodynamic Assessment of Overactive Bladder: Neurogenic and Non-Neurogenic
6. Conservative Therapy for Incontinence
Stress Urinary Incontinence
7. Pharmacologic Therapy
8. Urethral Injectables
9. Mid-Urethral Slings
10. Bladder Neck Slings
11. Complications of Sling Surgery
13. Intravesical Treatment
14. Urologic Applications of Botulinum Toxin
15. Non Sacral Neuromodulation
16. Sacral Neuromodulation
17. Augmentation Cystoplasty
18. Mixed Incontinence: Defining Symptoms, Management and Outcomes
19. Evaluation and Management of Anterior Vaginal Wall Prolapse
20. Treatment of Posterior Wall Vaginal Prolapse
21. Diagnosis and Mangement of Apical Prolapse
22. Evaluation and Management of Vesicovaginal Fistulae
23. Female Urethral Diverticula
1. Recurrent stress urinary incontinence
2. Recurrent UTIs and pelvic organ prolapse
3. Mixed incontinence
4. UTIs and pelvic pain
5. Multiple Sclerosis and voiding dysfunction
6. 'De-novo' overactive bladder symptoms after a sling
7. Recurrent pelvic organ prolapse
8. Recalcitrant urinary frequency and urgency
9. Difficulty voiding and overactive bladder symptoms
10. Post-hysterectomy incontinence
11. Severe incontinence after multiple prior procedures
12. Urinary frequency and pelvic pain
13. Pelvic organ prolapse
14. Recurrent pelvic organ prolapse after colpocleisis
15. Stress incontinence and straining to void
16. Male with post-prostatectomy incontinence
17. Mixed incontinence in elderly woman
18. Male with post-prostatectomy incontinence - status post removal of eroded artificial sphincter