Atlas of Urogynecological Endoscopy

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CRC Press, Dec 26, 2007 - Medical - 232 pages
The study of gynecology and pelvic floor disorders is a rapidly developing area for gynecologists all around the world; and, moreover, an essential aspect to the diagnosis and treatment of pelvic floor disorders is a need for expertise in cystourethroscopy to accurately diagnose conditions of the lower urinary tract that frequently present to the g
 

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Contents

1 History of endoscopy of the female urinary tract
1
2 Functional anatomy of the lower urinary tract
7
3 Cystourethroscopic instrumentation and equipment
17
technique indications and complications
27
5 Congenital urinary tract anomalies
37
6 Urethral and periurethral conditions
51
7 Infective and noninfective cystitis
73
8 Interstitial cystitispainful bladder syndromebladder pain syndrome
81
10 Malignant conditions of the bladder and urethra
107
11 Laparoscopy in urogynecology
119
12 Urogenital fistulae
127
13 Role of cystourethroscopy in urogynecological surgery
145
14 Intraoperative cystourethroscopy in the prevention and treatment of urinary tract injury in gynecological surgery
169
15 Training requirements for endoscopy of the urinary tract in female pelvic medicine
181
Index
185
Back Cover
189

9 Nonneoplastic abnormalities of the bladder
93

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