Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery

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Springer Science & Business Media, Nov 9, 2013 - Medical - 775 pages
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Since the publication of the first edition of Urethral Reconstructive Surgery, important refinements have been added to the urologic surgical armamentarium. Extensively revised and updated, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition guides urologists in a practical manner on how to evaluate and manage complex urethral and male genital reconstructive challenges. Chapters have been added on wound healing, synchronous urethral strictures, non-transecting anastomotic urethroplasty (including muscle and vessel sparing), overlapping buccal grafts, male urethral slings, genital skin grafting, Peyronie’s surgery, priapism, pediatric strictures and prosthetics. Such chapters greatly strengthen the overall appeal of the book. The volume closes with a new comprehensive appendix of preferred instruments.With broad contributions by international authorities in reconstructive urologic surgery, Advanced Male Urethral and Genital Reconstructive Surgery, Second Edition is a valuable resource for all urologists, from residents to reconstructive surgeons.
 

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Contents

Decision Making and Surgical Technique in Urethroplasty
1
Male Urethra and External Genitalia Anatomy
17
Vascular Anatomy of Genital Skin and the Urethra Implications for Urethral Reconstruction
24
Lichen Sclerosus
37
Imaging of the Male Urethra
50
Practical Plastic Surgery Techniques for the Reconstructive Urologist
69
The Epidemiology Clinical Presentation and Economic Burden of Urethral Stricture
83
Etiology Histology and Classification of Urethral Stricture Disease
95
FollowUp Strategies After Urethral Stricture Treatment
413
Urethral Rest as Precursor for Urethroplasty
426
The Use of PatientReported Outcome Measures in Men with Urethral Stricture Disease
435
Reconstruction of Synchronous Urethral Strictures
449
Perineal Urethrostomy
456
Double Overlapping Buccal Grafts
469
Muscle Nerve and Vascular Sparing Techniques in Anterior Urethroplasty
481
Primary and Secondary Reconstruction of the Neophallus Urethra
493

Urethrotomy and Other Minimally Invasive Interventions for Urethral Stricture
103
Endourethral Prostheses for Urethral Stricture
133
Fossa Navicularis and Meatal Reconstruction
146
Stricture Excision and Primary Anastomosis for Anterior Urethral Strictures
161
Oral Mucosal Graft Urethroplasty
177
Lingual Grafts
197
The Augmented Anastomotic Urethroplasty
202
Penile Skin Flaps for Urethral Reconstruction
219
Panurethral Strictures
231
The Application of Muscular Myocutaneous and Fasciocutaneous Flaps as Adjuncts in Complex Refractory Urethral Disorders
249
Posterior Urethral Strictures
272
Staged Urethroplasty
289
Complications of Urethroplasty
304
Postprostatectomy Strictures
321
RadiotherapyInduced Urethral Strictures
337
Complex Urinary Fistulas of the Posterior Urethra and Bladder
351
Reconstruction of Failed Urethroplasty
373
Urethral Stent Complications and Methods for Explantation
386
Reoperative Hypospadias Surgery and Management of Complications
397
Tissue Engineering of the Urethra The Basics Current Concept and the Future
506
Pediatric Urethral Strictures
519
Nontransecting Bulbar Urethroplasty
531
Genital Skin Loss and Scrotal Reconstruction
542
Surgery for Priapism
563
Penile Skin Grafting and Resurfacing of the Glans
573
Peyronies Disease Reconstruction Simple and Complex
585
The Buried Penis in Adults
615
Penile Fracture
625
Vascular Surgery for Erectile Dysfunction
641
Penile and Inguinal Reconstruction and Tissue Preservation for Penile Cancer
655
New Advances in Penile Implant Surgery
674
Artificial Urinary Sphincters Reoperative Techniques and Management of Complications
697
Reconstruction and Salvage of Failed Male Urethral Slings
711
Postprostatectomy Incontinence Evaluation and Practical Urodynamics
720
Erratum
732
Index
733
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Steven B. Brandes, MD
Washington University School of Medicine, Department of Surgery, Division of Urologic Surgery, St. Louis, MO, USA

Allen F. Morey, MD
University of Texas South western Medical Center, Department of Urology, Dallas, TX, USA

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