Atlas of Transvaginal Surgery

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Shlomo Raz
Saunders, 1992 - Vagina - 262 pages
-- Provides step-by-step, full-color illustrated guidance for most surgical procedures.
-- Includes author's proven, best techniques for each procedure.

The revised and updated New Edition of this text clearly describes and illustrates the key steps to the surgical management of female genitourinary disorders. Over 505 illustrations -- with more than 355 full-color intraoperative photographs -- offer step-by-step guidance on the surgical treatment of urinary incontinence, vaginal prolapse, vesicovaginal fistulae, and other common procedures. Plus, a new CD-ROM bound with the book puts readers right in the Or to observe eight crucial surgical techniques.
-- New techniques for the surgical management of urinary incontinence, including the surgical repair of Grade IV cystourethrocele, and vaginal sling procedures such as vaginal wall sling, prolene sling, and cadaveric fascial sling.
-- An expanded chapter on Vaginal Prolapse that includes new sections on enterocele repair
-- rectocele repair
-- perineal hernia
-- and vaginal hysterectomy for severe uterine prolapse.
-- New approaches to the management of vesicovaginal, urethrovaginal, rectovaginal, and rectoperineal fistulae.
-- A new section on the excision or uretheral diverticula.
-- New chapters on the Anatomy of Pelvic Support and Stress Incontinence
-- Complications of Vaginal Surgery
-- and Transvaginal Urethrolysis for Urethral Obstruction.
-- A free CD-ROM of over 8 of the most important surgical techniques, narrated by Dr. Raz, including the sling procedure
-- a hysterectomy
-- enterocele, cystocele, and fistula repair
-- and more.

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