Pelvic Floor Disorders Vol.1/2 - 2nd edition

A multidisciplinary textbook

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Autore: Santoro,Wieczorek
Editore: Springer
Anno: 2021
Pagine: 1203
ISBN: 9783030408619
Prezzo: 150,00€
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This excellent textbook provides up-to-date information on all aspects of pelvic floor disorders. After an opening section on anatomy and physiology, it explains the methodology, role and application of the integrated imaging approach in detail, including the most advanced 3D, 4D, and dynamic ultrasound techniques, illustrated with hundreds of images. It then discusses in depth the epidemiology, etiology, assessment, and management of the full range of pelvic floor disorders from multidisciplinary and practical perspectives. The book also provides information on the various forms of obstetric perineal trauma, urinary incontinence and voiding dysfunction, anal incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, constipation and obstructed defecation, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction, and fistulas, and includes treatment algorithms as well as helpful guidance on what to do when surgical treatment goes wrong. The authors are leading experts in the field from around the globe. Since the first edition from 2010 (more than 200,000 chapter downloads), the book has been extensively rewritten and features numerous additional topics. The result is a comprehensive textbook that is invaluable for gynecologists, colorectal surgeons, urologists, radiologists, and gastroenterologists, beginners and veterans alike.

238 b/w illustrations, 587 illustrations in colour

Table of contents (90 chapters)

  • Pelvic Floor Anatomy

    Pages 3-24

    Shobeiri, S. Abbas (et al.)

  • Biochemical Properties and Hormonal Receptors of Pelvic Floor Tissues

    Pages 25-30

    Koelbl, Heinz (et al.)

  • The Integral System of Pelvic Floor Function and Dysfunction

    Pages 31-55

    Petros, Peter (et al.)

  • The Pelvic Floor: Neurocontrol and Functional Concepts

    Pages 57-70

    Swash, Michael (et al.)

  • Principles and Technical Aspects of Integrated Pelvic Floor Ultrasound

    Pages 73-87

    Wieczorek, Andrzej P. (et al.)

  • Transperineal Ultrasonography: Methodology and Normal Pelvic Floor Anatomy

    Pages 89-109

    Dietz, Hans Peter

  • Endovaginal Ultrasonography: Methodology and Normal Pelvic Floor Anatomy

    Pages 111-131

    Santoro, Giulio A. (et al.)

  • Endoanal and Endorectal Ultrasonography: Methodology and Normal Anorectal Anatomy

    Pages 133-146

    Santoro, Giulio A. (et al.)

  • Technical Innovations in Pelvic Floor Ultrasonography

    Pages 147-170

    Woźniak, Magdalena Maria (et al.)

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging: Methodology and Normal Pelvic Floor Anatomy

    Pages 171-177

    Tielbeek, Jeroen A. W. (et al.)

  • Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Pelvic Floor: Technique and Methodology

    Pages 179-185

    Schawkat, Khoschy (et al.)

  • Mechanisms of Pelvic Floor Trauma During Vaginal Delivery

    Pages 189-209

    Ashton-Miller, James A. (et al.)

  • Posterior Compartment Trauma and Management of Acute Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries

    Pages 211-221

    Sultan, Abdul H. (et al.)

  • Neurogenic Trauma During Delivery

    Pages 223-228

    Kenton, Kimberly (et al.)

  • Prevention of Perineal Trauma

    Pages 229-236

    Thakar, Ranee (et al.)

  • Overview: Epidemiology and Etiology of Urinary Incontinence and Voiding Dysfunction

    Pages 239-248

    Milsom, Ian (et al.)

  • Urinary Incontinence and Voiding Dysfunction: Patient-Reported Outcome Assessment

    Pages 249-262

    Cortes, Eduardo (et al.)

  • Urodynamics Techniques and Clinical Applications

    Pages 263-276

    Wyndaele, Michel (et al.)

  • Ultrasonographic Techniques and Clinical Applications

    Pages 277-299

    Wieczorek, Andrzej P. (et al.)

  • Biofeedback

    Pages 301-304

    Bø, Kari (et al.)

  • Selection of Midurethral Slings for Women with Stress Urinary Incontinence

    Pages 305-316

    Lee, Joseph K.-S. (et al.)

  • Tape Positioning: Does It Matter?

    Pages 317-327

    Hegde, Aparna (et al.)

  • Colposuspension and Fascial Sling

    Pages 329-338

    Reid, Fiona

  • Injectable Biomaterials

    Pages 339-341

    Mikkola, Tomi S.

  • Artificial Urinary Sphincter in Women

    Pages 343-350

    Rao, Amrith Raj (et al.)

  • Pharmacological Treatment of Urinary Incontinence and Overactive Bladder: The Evidence

    Pages 351-363

    Robinson, Dudley (et al.)

  • Intravesical Botulinum Toxin for the Treatment of Overactive Bladder

    Pages 365-373

    Miotla, Pawel (et al.)

  • Sacral Nerve Stimulation for Overactive Bladder and Voiding Dysfunction

    Pages 375-383

    Kerrebroeck, Philip E. V.

  • Overview: Epidemiology and Aetiology of Anal Incontinence

    Pages 387-397

    Hainsworth, Alison J. (et al.)

  • Patient-Reported Outcome Assessment in Anal Incontinence

    Pages 399-409

    Mimura, Toshiki

  • Anorectal Manometry

    Pages 411-416

    Pucciani, Filippo (et al.)

  • Endoanal Ultrasonography in Anal Incontinence

    Pages 417-435

    Santoro, Giulio Aniello (et al.)

  • Transperineal Ultrasonography in the Assessment of Anal Incontinence and Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries

    Pages 437-443

    Ros-Cerro, Cristina (et al.)

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging

    Pages 445-450

    Tielbeek, Jeroen A. W. (et al.)

  • Neurophysiological Evaluation: Techniques and Clinical Evaluation

    Pages 451-458

    Patel, Mitul (et al.)

  • Behavioral Therapies and Biofeedback for Anal Incontinence

    Pages 459-472

    Berghmans, Bary (et al.)

  • Sphincter Repair and Postanal Repair

    Pages 473-482

    Studniarek, Adam (et al.)

  • Dynamic Graciloplasty

    Pages 483-489

    Walega, Piotr (et al.)

  • Injectable and Implantable Biomaterials for Anal Incontinence

    Pages 491-502

    Hotouras, Alex (et al.)

  • Sacral Neuromodulation for Fecal Incontinence

    Pages 503-509

    Matzel, Klaus E. (et al.)

  • Posterior Tibial Nerve Stimulation for Faecal Incontinence

    Pages 511-516

    Thomas, Gregory P. (et al.)

  • Radiofrequency

    Pages 517-520

    Force, Luanne (et al.)

  • Other Surgical Options for Anal Incontinence: From End Stoma to Stem Cell

    Pages 521-532

    Krivokapić, Zoran (et al.)

  • Treatment of Anal Incontinence: Which Outcome Should We Measure?

    Pages 533-543

    Hainsworth, Alison J. (et al.)

  • Epidemiology and Etiology of Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 547-554

    Salvatore, Stefano (et al.)

  • Patient-Reported Outcomes and Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 555-575

    Athanasiou, Stavros

  • Integrated Imaging Approach to Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 577-585

    Santoro, Giulio A. (et al.)

  • Transperineal Ultrasound: Practical Applications

    Pages 587-617

    Dietz, Hans Peter

  • Three-Dimensional and Dynamic Endovaginal Ultrasonography for Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Levator Ani Damage

    Pages 619-637

    Alshiek, Jonia (et al.)

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Levator Ani Damage, and Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 639-651

    DeLancey, John O. L.

  • Dynamic Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Pelvic Floor Pathologies

    Pages 653-660

    Reiner, Cäcilia S. (et al.)

  • Pelvic Floor Muscle Training in Prevention and Treatment of Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 661-665

    Bø, Kari (et al.)

  • Use of Pessaries for Pelvic Organ Prolapse

    Pages 667-673

    Sioutis, Dimos (et al.)

  • Anterior and Posterior Colporrhaphy: Native Tissue Versus Mesh

    Pages 675-685

    Haylen, Bernard T.

  • Apical Prolapse Surgery

    Pages 687-694

    Maher, Christopher

  • Laparoscopic Pelvic Floor Surgery

    Pages 695-707

    Deprest, Jan (et al.)

  • The Robotic Approach to Urogenital Prolapse

    Pages 709-721

    McCarthy, Claire M. (et al.)

  • Concurrent Prolapse and Incontinence Surgery

    Pages 723-728

    Kuhn, Annette

  • Management of Pelvic Organ Prolapse: A Unitary or Multidisciplinary Approach?

    Pages 729-733

    Ossin, David (et al.)

  • Epidemiology and Etiology of Constipation and Obstructed Defecation: An Overview

    Pages 737-740

    Abu Gazala, Mahmoud (et al.)

  • Patient-Reported Outcome Assessment in Constipation and Obstructed Defecation

    Pages 741-752

    Mimura, Toshiki

  • Anorectal Manometry, Rectal Sensory Testing and Evacuation Tests

    Pages 753-759

    Patel, Mitul (et al.)

  • Ultrasonography in the Assessment of Obstructive Defecation Syndrome

    Pages 761-780

    Beer-Gabel, Marc (et al.)

  • Echodefecography: Technique and Clinical Application

    Pages 781-799

  • Evacuation Proctography

    Pages 801-809

    Woźniak, Magdalena Maria (et al.)

  • The Abdominal Approach to Rectal Prolapse

    Pages 811-825

    Murad-Regadas, Sthela M. (et al.)

  • The Perineal Approach to Rectal Prolapse

    Pages 827-834

    Althans, Alison (et al.)

  • The Laparoscopic Approach to Rectal Prolapse

    Pages 835-845

    Geluwe, Bart (et al.)

  • The Role of Robotic Surgery in Rectal Prolapse

    Pages 847-854

    Studniarek, Adam (et al.)

  • Sacral Neuromodulation for Constipation

    Pages 855-857

    Matzel, Klaus E. (et al.)

  • Bladder Pain Syndrome/Interstitial Cystitis

    Pages 861-878

    Cervigni, Mauro

  • Pelvic Pain Associated with a Gynecologic Etiology

    Pages 879-889

    Shannon, Megan B. (et al.)

  • Chronic Idiopathic Anorectal Pain Disorders

    Pages 891-907

    Roche, Bruno (et al.)

  • Female Sexual Dysfunction

    Pages 909-921

    Kammerer-Doak, Dorothy (et al.)

  • A Myofascial Perspective on Chronic Urogenital Pain in Women

    Pages 923-943

    Jantos, Marek

  • Pharmacological Treatment of Chronic Pelvic Pain

    Pages 945-949

    Shetty, Ashish (et al.)

  • Idiopathic Chronic Pelvic Pain: A Different Perspective

    Pages 951-961

    Petros, Peter (et al.)

  • Urogenital Fistulae

    Pages 965-974

    Browning, Andrew

  • Rectovaginal Fistulae

    Pages 975-994

    Abulafi, A. Muti (et al.)

  • Emerging Concepts in Classification of Anal Fistulae

    Pages 995-1002

    Rojanasakul, Arun (et al.)

  • Ultrasonographic Assessment of Anorectal Fistulae

    Pages 1003-1028

    Santoro, Giulio Aniello (et al.)

  • MR Imaging of Fistula-in-Ano

    Pages 1029-1039

    Halligan, Steve

  • Surgical Treatment of Anorectal Sepsis

    Pages 1041-1057

    Tsang, Charles B.

  • Management of Anorectal Fistulae in Crohn’s Disease

    Pages 1059-1071

    Ashburn, Jeanie (et al.)

  • Imaging and Management of Complications of Urogynecologic Surgery

    Pages 1075-1095

    Alshiek, Jonia (et al.)

  • Surgical Management of Complications After Urogynaecological Surgery

    Pages 1097-1113

  • Endosonographic Investigation of Anorectal Surgery Complications

    Pages 1115-1124

    Magbojos, Christian Raymond S. (et al.)

  • Investigation and Management of Complications After Coloproctological Surgery

    Pages 1125-1136

    Eglinton, Tim W. (et al.)

  • Congenital Abnormalities of the Pelvic Floor: Assessment and Management

    Pages 1139-1158

    Nachulewicz, Paweł (et al.)

  • Male Urinary Incontinence: Assessment and Management

    Pages 1159-1167

    Osman, Nadir I. (et al.)


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