Bonney's Gynaecological Surgery

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2008 - Medical - 320 pages
Bonney’s Gynaecological Surgery has been a firm favourite for gynaecological surgical practice since it was first published in 1911!

In this new tenth edition, this classic of the medical literature has been extensively revised and expanded by three leading gynaecological oncologists. Specifically tailored for trainees in obstetrics and gynaecology, the text focuses on the most commonly performed procedures. This, the tenth edition carries a renewed emphasis on evidence-based decision making, and includes nine new chapters.

For the first time, the authors take into account the increasing use of laparoscopy in diagnostic and surgical procedures, and cover reconstructive surgery, anaesthesia, information technology and audit, complications and quality assurance. Each chapter follows a consistent plan, guiding the reader through each procedure from anatomy and indications to post-op considerations and complications. The text is also accompanied by surgical illustrations of unparalleled quality, ensuring that this volume will remain a valuable resource for all clinicians specialising in gynaecological surgery.

 

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Contents

1 Introduction and prologue
1
2 Instruments operative materials and basic surgical techniques
5
3 Patient assessment consent and preparation for surgery
19
4 Operations on the cervix
27
5 Operations on the uterine cavity
47
6 Opening and closing the abdominal cavity
54
7 Total abdominal hysterectomy
66
8 Total hysterectomy for cervical and broad ligament fibroids
74
17 Laparoscopy and other minimal access surgery
187
18 Management of extrauterine gestation and sterilization procedures
196
19 Operations for benign ovarian disease
202
20 Operations for malignant ovarian disease
207
21 Operations for urinary incontinence
216
22 Operations for prolapse of the uterus and vagina
238
23 Operative procedures for therapeutic abortion
253
24 Caesarean section
257

9 Myomectomy and the management of ?broids in pregnancy
87
10 Vaginal hysterectomy and radical vaginal hysterectomy Schauta and CoelioSchauta procedures
95
11 Radical hysterectomy and pelvic node dissection
110
12 Pelvic exenteration
123
13 Operations on the vulva
133
14 Operations on the vagina
146
15 Operations for the correction of urinary fistulae
162
16 Operations for the correction of infertility
168
25 The management of cancers complicating pregnancy
266
26 Operations on the intestinal tract for the gynaecologist
272
27 Presacral neurectomy
283
28 The formation of a urinary diversion
286
29 The management of injuries to the urinary tract
294
Index
301
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About the author (2008)

Tito Lopes, MD, Consultant Gynaecological Oncologist, Royal Cornwall Hospital, Truro, UK. Past President of the British Gynaecological Cancer Society (2003 to 2006).

John Monaghan, MD Consultant Gynaecologist, Newcastle, UK.

Nick Spirtos, M.D., Professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology and Medical Director, Women's Cancer Center, University of Nevada Medical Center, USA.

Raj Naik, MD, Consultant Gynaecologist, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gatehead, UK.

David Richmond, MD, Consultant Urogynaecologist and Medical Director, Liverpool Women's Hospital, UK.

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