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Genitourinary Pain and Inflammation:

Diagnosis and Management

Potts, Jeannette M. (Ed.)

2008, XII, 410 p.

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  • Compiles a host of expert reviews from all specialty areas involving male and female pelvic regional pain syndromes
  • Covers dermatologic and rheumatologic disorders
  • Demonstrates the interrelationship of urologic colorectal and gynecologic pathophysiology
  • Addresses iatrogenic causes of GU inflammation, such as those caused by catheters, prosthetics, radiation or chemotherapy

The subspecialty of genitourinary or pelvic pain suffers from the lack of objective data and level-1 evidence. Genitourinary Pain and Inflammation: Diagnosis and Management of GU-ITIS is a compilation of skilled creativity based upon critical review of the literature, consensus reports, and professional experiences. It includes detailed chapters that address iatrogenic causes of GU inflammation, caused by catheters, prosthetics, radiation, or chemotherapy. Chapters in Genitourinary Pain and Inflammation: Diagnosis and Management of GU-ITIS also discuss pain syndromes specific to the pelvic floor and the genitourinary system from several perspectives. Experts in the urological and gastrointestinal fields provide the specifics for gaining the basic understanding of inflammation and pains caused by infectious etiologies.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Keywords » Bacterial Prostatitis - Dermatitis - Genitourinary Pain - Genitourinary System - Orchalgia - Pelvic Pain - Rheumatic Diseases - Sexually Transmitted Infections - Vaginitis - bacteria - infection - infections - infectious - sexually transmitted infection

Related subjects » Dermatology - Internal Medicine - Surgery - Urology

Table of contents 

Genitourinary Pain Syndromes affecting both Sexes The Neurobiology of Chronic Pelvic Pain Jennifer Gunter Flank Pain: Acute and Chronic Mark Noble, MD Pudendal Neuralgia Stanley J. Antolak, Jr, MD Dermatological diseases affecting the Genitourinary system Anya Enriquez, MD & Kenneth Tomecki, MD Sexually Transmitted Infections Tara L Frenkl, MD, MPH & Jeannette M Potts, MD Bacterial Cystitis Joseph B Abdelmalak, MD & Jeannette M. Potts, MD Anorectal Pain: What is the cause and how should it be managed Jill C. Genua, MD & Dana R. Sands, MD Gastroenterological causes of Pelvic Pain Aaron Brzezinski, MD Genitourinary Pain and Inflammation in Rheumatic Diseases M.Elaine Husni, MD & Leonard Calabrese MD Genitourinary disorders affecting only men Testicular Pain: Acute and Chronic Juan F. Uribe, MD Bacterial Prostatitis Adam Murphy, MD & Anthony Schaeffer, MD Chronic Prostatitis/ Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome Alain Duclos, MD & Daniel Shoskes, MD, FRCSC Post Vasectomy Pain Syndrome Jeannette M Potts, MD Converging Perspectives in the treatment of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain syndrome Dean A. Tripp, PhD The Stanford Protocol for CP/CPPS David Wise PhD Genitourinary disorders affecting only women Interstitial Cystitis Kenneth M. Peters, MD and Donna Carrico, CNP, MS Vulvodynia Beri M. Ridgeway, MD, J.Eric Jelovsek, MD, Mark D. Walters, MD Female Urethral Syndrome Humphrey Atiemo, MD & Firouz Daneshgari, MD Psychosocial Considerations in Female GU pain Dana Everson Brendza, Psy D Treatment perspectives for the Management of Genitourinary Pain CP/CPPS: A Physical Therapy approach Rhonda Kotarinos, PT, MS Pharmacological Treatment of Pelvic Pain Howard T. Sharp, MD Alternative Therapies for Pelvic Pain Tanya Edwards, MD Iatrogenic causes of GU pain or inflammation Rectourethral Fistulae Brian R. Lane MD & Kenneth W. Angermeier MD Hemorrhagic and radiation cystitis SE McAchran& Raymond R. Rackley, MD Infections due to Anti-incontinence Procedures Ashwin Vaze, MD & Sandip Vasavada, MD Indwelling Urinary Catheters: Infection and complications. Franklin Michota, MD Pain and Inflammation Associated with Genitourinary Prostheses Drogo K. Montague, MD

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