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Top Tips in Urology

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Edition:
2nd
ISBN13:

9780470672938

ISBN10:
0470672935
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
3/4/2013
Publisher(s):
Wiley-Blackwell

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Summary

The second edition of Top Tips in Urology provides highly clinical tips and rapid-reference "tricks of the trade" to the most common questions and problems that arise for both the practicing urologist and the urologic surgeon. Covering each of the major areas of urology and with contributions for experience practicing urologists and surgeons, this book is a unique book containing valuable information for all urologists dealing with patients on a day to day basis.

Table of Contents

Contributors

Foreword

Preface

Sections

Part 1: Open Urology

1. A technique to minimize the risk of ureteric injury in patients with an enlarged median lobe undergoing radical prostatectomy
Nikhil Vasdev and David Chadwick

2. Novel methods to aid vesicourethral anastomosis in radical retropubic prostatectomy
Lehana Yeo, Rajindra Singh and Jhumur Pati

3. Surgical technique to reduced intra-operative bleeding during open prostatectomy
Nikhil Vasdev, Edgar Paez and Andrew C. Thorpe

4. Millin’s prostatectomy
Rob Jones and Ru MacDonagh

5. Cystectomy
Patrick Keane

6. Salvage cystectomy and prostatectomy
Senthil Nathan

7. Creating an ileal conduit
Simon Fulford

8. Pre-fashioning an urostomy
Richard Bell

9. A novel technique for parastomal hernia repair
Jeetesh Bhardwa, Rob Gray and Hanif Motiwala

10. Parastomal hernia repair
Derek Fawcett

11. Nephrectomy: Vascular control during caval thrombectomy
Dan Wilby and Matt Hayes

12. Secure ligation of foreshortened large veins 
Dan Wilby and Matt Hayes

13. How to avoid dislodging the vascular clamp
Asif Muneer

14. Ligating the renal artery
David Cranston

15. Renal surgery using ice sludge using innovative technique
Ruzi Begum and Hanif Motiwala

16. Making the best of a short suture length in a deep dark hole
John McLoughlin

17. Anterior approach for a pyeloplasty
John McLoughlin

18. Ureteric injuries – lower third    Adaptations of the Boari Flap
John Kelleher

19. Radical orchidectomy for germ cell tumours
David Hendry

20. Don’t lose the lumen at urethroplasty
Andrew Doble

21. Emergency call to the gynae / obstetric theatre
John McLoughlin

22. Is it urine in the drain?
Christopher Woodhouse

23. Cutaneous fistula
Senthil Nathan

24. Post-operative abdominal drain
Senthil Nathan

Part 2: Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology

25. Modified Hassan technique in super-obese patients
Tev Aho

26. A modification to the Hassan technique for securing pneumoperitoneum  
Ben Challacombe and Pardeep Kumar

27. Finger access is the safest 
Richard Napier-Hemy

28. Keep it simple
Jon Cartledge

29. The Ten Commandments
Peter Rimmington

30. Controlling a small hole in the IVC  
Richard Napier-Hemy

31. Remember Endoloops?
Richard Napier-Hemy

32. Tips in laparoscopic urology
Dominic Hodgson

33. Laparoscopic suturing
Alan McNeill

34. Laparoscopic suturing
Henry Sells

35. Laparoscopic suturing
Chris Eden

36. Cholangiogram catheters can help antegrade wire placement at the time of pyeloplasty
Richard Napier-Hemy

37. Laparoscopic nephrectomy: Introduction of balloon-tipped trocar (BTT) in obese patient
Damian Hambury

38. Laparoscopic nephrectomy: Closing the exit site in an obese patient
Damian Hambury

39. Laparoscopic nephrectomy: Port sites for left nephrectomy
Damian Hambury

40. Laparoscopic nephrectom
Peter W. Cooke

41. Laparoscopic nephrectomy
Toby Page

42. Laparoscopic Nephrectomy : Renal vein 
Tony Riddick

43. Aiding dissection of the renal artery during a laparoscopic radical nephrectomy
Adam Jones

44. Robotic assisted laparoscopic pyeloplasty (RALP)
Prokar Dasgupta

45. Laparoscopic prostatectomy
Peter W. Cooke

46. Use of the Endo Close ™ device for prostatic elevation during robotic assisted radical prostatectomy (RALP)
David Bouchier-Hayes

47. Additional points of note when performing prostate suspension during minimally invasive radical prostatectomy
Ben Challacombe

48. Robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy
Senthil Nathan

49. A technique to relocate the robotic prostatectomy retrieval bag to the mid-line camera port
Muhammad Jamal Khan and Omer Karim

50. The rectal injury test
Ben Challacombe

51. Identifying potential breaches in the rectum during minimally invasive surgery
Justin Collins

52. The wrong plane
Anonymous

53. Spreading tough tissue with robotic forceps
Marc Laniado

54. Robotic assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy (RARP)
Prokar Dasgupta

55. Steps to free up robotic arm and assistant availability during robotic radical prostatectomy
Adam Jones

56. Use of Ethicon vicryl foil and robotic camera lights to warm the robotic scope lens to prevent lens fogging
M.J. Khan and Omer Karim

57. Management of anastomotic leak following radical prostatectomy
R. Begum and Omer Karim

58. Identification of ureters during minimally invasive radical cystectomy  
Ben Challacombe

59. Maintaining pneumoperitoneum during minimally invasive female cystectomy  
Ben Challacombe

60. Robotic assisted laparoscopic cystectomy (RARC)
Prokar Dasgupta

Part 3: Upper Tract Endourology

61. Puncturing the calyx in order to obtain access for percutaneous nephrolithotomy: The three finger rule
Gerald Rix

62. Prevention of migration of the Amplatz sheath during PCNL
Oliver Wiseman

63. PCNL
Sunil Kumar

64. PCNL
Aasem Chaudry

65. PCNL
Stephanie J. Symons

66. Encrusted nephrostomy tubes
James Hall

67. Reaching stones in the kidney during flexible ureterorenoscopy with a large renal pelvis
Gerald Rix

68. The advantages of using the Peditrol during flexible and rigid ureterorenoscopy
Sunil Kumar

69. Flexible renoscopy and stone fragmentation
Bo Parys

70. A novel technique to treat large mid or upper ureteric stones
Asif Raza and MJ Khan

71. Rigid Ureteroscopy
Matthew Bultitude

72. The Boston Shouldered Stent
Bo Parys

73. Ureteroscopy
Nimish Shah

74. The Pin Hole Scope – part 1
Sunil Kumar and Peter Malone

75. Use of the dual lumen catheter
Oliver Wiseman

76. Flexible ureteroscopy
Stephen Gordon

77. Lasering stones
Senthil Nathan

78. Renal pelvic stones
Anthony Blacker

79. Difficult urethral stricture encountered at ureteroscopy
James Hall

80. General tips for a simpler and safer ureteroscopy
Sunil Kumar

81. Flexible ureteroscopy / retrograde study of the right collecting system post cystectomy
Senthil Nathan

82. Optimising the view for difficult stent insertion
John McLoughlin

83. A novel technique for stent change over an ileal-ureteric anastamosis
Rob Gray and Hanif Motiwala

84. Stents
Peter W. Cooke

85. Placing a stent in a female patient without having to re-load the cystoscope or performing a stent change in a female patient with a flexible cystoscope only
Gerald Rix

86. Paired JJ stents for retroperitoneal fibrosis
John McLoughlin

87. Four tips relating to ureteric stenting
Sunil Kumar

88. Insertion of Double J stent
Senthil Nathan

89. Basketing of stones
Senthil Nathan

90. Back loading guide wires
David Hendry

91. Insertion of a guidewire into the ureter
Senthil Nathan

92. A solution for stent-related bladder symptoms
Paul Halliday

Part 4: Lower Urinary Tract

93. HoLEP: Laser Technique
Tev Aho

94. HoLEP: Safe morcellation
Tev Aho

95. Holmium cystolitholapaxy
Sunil Kumar

96. Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)
Nikesh Thiruchelvam

97. Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)
Peter W. Cooke

98. Transurethral vapourisation of the prostate
Senthil Nathan

99. Use of catheter introducer
Derek Fawcett

100. An alternative way to pass a urethral catheter post Transurethral Resection of Prostate (TURP)
Ben Ayres and Gary Das

101. The 17F Integral Cystoscope
Graham Sole

102. Non Irrigating Resectoscope
Graham Sole

103. Urethral strictures
Anthony Blacker

104. Optimising the view for stent insertion
John McLoughlin

105. Assessment of paediatric urethral strictures
A.M. Peracha

106. The Pin Hole Scope – part 2
Sunil Kumar and Peter Malone

107. How to remove air bubbles in the dome of the bladder
David Hendry

108. Resecting multiple bladder tumours
Senthil Nathan

109. Primary TURBT
Aasem Chaudry

110. Trawling for flat superficial bladder tumour
John McLoughlin

111. Resecting bladder tumours
Richard Bell

112. Never use an Ellick in a clot retention
Simon Bott

113. Displaced suprapubic catheter
Dan Wilby and Matt Hayes

Part 5: Andrology

114. Glans ‘droop’ following the insertion of a penile prosthesis
Asif Muneer, Suks Minhas and Alex Kirkham

115. The key to a successful epididymectomy: The Bungee manoeuvre
John McLoughlin

116. Haemostasis for Nesbit’s procedure
Suks Minhas

117. Nesbit’s procedure
John McLoughlin

118. Tension free vasectomy reversal
Asif Muneer

119. Intracorporeal perforation during penile implantation
Suks Minhas

Part 6: Female Urology

120. Recurrent cystocele and rectocele repair using modified mesh: New Technique
Rob Gray and Hanif Motiwala

121. Eroded Transvaginal Tape
Rizwan Hamid

122. Mid-urethral tension free tapes
Neil Harris

123. Treatment of TVT mesh eroding the bladder
Georgina Wilson

Part 7: General

124. Circumcision
Andrew Doble

125. Dressing a circumcision
Simon Bott

126. Post circumcision dressing: The Gauze sporran
Andrew Doble

127. Difficult reduction of paraphimosis
Andrew Doble

128. Round bodied needles
Richard Bell

129. Bladder clots
Ling Lee

130. Performing a flexible cystoscopy for a bladder which is full of debris
Asif Muneer

131. Passing a urethra catheter across a stricture after a guide-wire is passed via the flexible cystoscope
Ling Lee
 
132. Inserting a catheter over a guidewire
Simon Bott

133. Cryoanalgesia for prostate biopsy.
Simon Robinson, and Hanif Motiwala

134. Pain relief in epididymo-orchitis
Andrew Doble

135. Hydrocele
Senthil Nathan

136. Epididymal cyst
Senthil Nathan

137. Shape of the male urethra
Simon Bott

138. Local anaesthetic injection through skin
Paul McInerney

139. Transrectal ultrasound
John McLoughlin
 
140. Modified transrectal biopsy of prostate
Ruzi Begum, Rob Gray and Hanif Motiwala

141. Transperineal biopsy probe set up

142. Changing a difficult or encrusted supra-pubic catheter
John McLoughlin

143. How to predict the difficult catheter? Use the Force!
K Mozolowski and John Calleary

144. Urodynamics
Sara Wood

Part 8: Clinical Management

145. Neuro-urology
Philip Van Kerrebroeck

146. Managing urinary tract damage due to ketamine abuse
Dan Wood

147. Top tips for foreskin assessment
Dan Wood

148. LUTS progression
Mark Speakman

149. Top 10 tips: Management of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome (CP/CPPS)
J. Curtis Nickel

150. Uro-gynae tips
Glyn Constantine

151. Psychological problems and surgery
Paul McInerney

152. Use of analogies to assist with explanation of urological problems
David Nicol

Index



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