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The most comprehensive single-volume reference on urogynecology Female Pelvic Medicine and Reconstructive Surgeryis a unique combination text and atlas that delivers a solid introduction to the subspecialty. The book thoroughly covers underlying principles with an emphasis on diagnostic techniques and management/treatment strategies. Full-color presentation with hundreds of original images and surgical illustrations Comprehensive coverage of key topics, including patient evaluation, anatomy, pelvic floor dysfunction, clinical management, pre- and post-operative patient care, and recommended medical, behavioral, and physical therapy treatment strategies Authored by an international team of experts, including a gynecologist, urologist, and surgeon, all with urogynecological training for multidisciplinary perspectives
Table of Contents
Section 1 Fundamental Topics 1. Epidemiology 2. Anatomy of the pelvic floor 3. Clinical evaluation of the patient with pelvic floor dysfunction 4. Diagnostic evaluation of the patient with urinary incontinence 5. Diagnostic evaluation of the patient with anal incontinence 6. Diagnostic evaluation of the patient with pelvic organ prolapse Section 2: Disease States 7. Urinary incontinence 8. Anal incontinence 9. Pelvic organ prolapse 10. Voiding dysfunction 11. Defectory dysfunction 12. Pearies for treatment of urinary incontinence and pelvic organ prolapse 13. Physical therapy for pelvic floor dysfunction 14. Behavioral therapy for pelvic floor dysfunction 15. Use of graft materials in reconstructive surgery 16. Choosing the route of surgery Section 3: Clinical Management 17. Perioperative evaluation 18. Postoperative care of women with functional disorders of the pelvic floor 19. Incorporation of new testaments into clinical practice Section 4: Surgical Atlas 20. Surgery for urinary incontinence 21. Surgery for pelvic organ prolapse 22. Surgery for anal incontinence 23. Fistula repair 24. Graft removal 25. Minimally invasive surgery 26. Salvage operations for urinary and anal incontinence