New Techniques in Genital Prolapse Surgery provides comprehensive information about newly developed, mechanically stronger, anatomically restorative pelvic organ prolapse procedures. Written by experts in the field, this book discusses novel approaches to vaginal surgery.
New Techniques in Genital Prolapse Surgery provides detailed information on these innovative techniques and resulting outcomes and potential complications. This book also features the main operative techniques, presented through the use of high quality images and drawings.
Gynecologists, urogynecologists, urologists, colorectal surgeons and all other pelvic surgeons concerned with surgical treatment of prolapse and Pelvic Floor dysfunction, will find this succinct overview a valuable resource.
Content Level » Professional/practitioner
Keywords » genital prolapse surgery - new techniques - surgery - urologic surgery - urology
Related subjects » Gynecology - Surgery
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PART I Anatomy and Function.- New Considerations about Pelvic Floor Anatomy.- New Directions in Restoration of Pelvic Structure and Function.- Hernia Principles: What General Surgeons Can Teach Us about Prolapse Repair.- Diagnosis of Uterovaginal Support.- Complementary Investigations.- PART II: The Grafts.- The Principles of Mesh Surgery.- Properties of Synthetic Implants Used in the Repair of Gential Prolapses and Urinary Incontinence in Women.- Medium Term Anatomical and Functional Results of Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy Using Xenografts.- Free or Fixed Implants?.- A Comparative Analysis of Biomaterials Currently Used in Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery.- PART III: Anterior Defect Repair.- Cystocele Repair with Mesh (Fixed Implant).- Coexisting Cystocele and Stress Urinary Incontenence: Sequential or Concomitant Surgical Approach?.- Simultaneous Repair of Stress Urinary Incontenence (SUI) with the Cystocele Mesh.- PART IV: Mid-Compartment Repair.- Surgical Mesh Reconstruction for Post-hysterectomy Vaginal Vault Prolapse.- Is Hysterectomy Necessary to Treat Genital Prolapse?.- Uterine Prolapse Repair with Meshes.- Anterior and Posterior Enterocele.- PART V: Posterior Compartment Repair.- Treatment of Posterior Vaginal Wall Defects.- Rectal Intussusception: Can Posterior IVS Be the Cure?.- PART VI: Complications.- 20. Exposure and Erosion of Vaginal Meshes: Etiology and Treatment.- Recurrence in Prosthetic Surgery.- Postoperative Infections in Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery.- Rectal Complications of Mesh Repairs.- Sexual Function after Mesh Repairs.- PART VII: Future.- Reinforcement Materials in Soft Tissue Repair: Key Parameters Controlling Tolerance and Performance—Current and Future Trends in Mesh Development.- Internal Fixation and Soft Tissue Anchors for Prolapse Repair.- Future Challenges.- The Future of Pelvic Organ Prolapse (POP)Surgery.