New Surgical Techniques and Medical Treatment in Urogynecology. Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Floor Defects, and Overactive Bladder in Women

 
9788073454111: New Surgical Techniques and Medical Treatment in Urogynecology. Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence, Pelvic Floor Defects, and Overactive Bladder in Women
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The book deals with practical aspects of the treatment of pelvic floor disorders with the accent on novel techniques that entered medical practice during the last decade. It is a handbook both for gynecologists and urologists with detailed description of surgical techniques in a step-by-step style. A special chapters address the use of foreign implant materials in pelvic floor reconstruction surgery as well as the pharmacotherapy of urinary stress incontinence, OAB, and urgency UI in women. * "The book discusses all of the major aspects of pelvic floor disorders, such as their anatomy, physiology, examination and pathophysiology; it summarizes surgical procedures for incontinence and prolapse as well as drug therapy for incontinence and overactive bladder. The chapters describe evidence-based results and comprehensively address the various issues with support from the author's long-standing clinical and scientific experience. The book is a pearl for all persons in training for urogynecology and will serve as a handbook that is well worth reading even for the experienced surgeon. Novel techniques as well as complex aspects of pharmacotherapy are presented in a comprehensive manner. Overall, the reader will gain an up-to-date overview of the complex field of urogynecology. (From the Foreword by Professor Dr. Med. Annette Kuhn, Frauenklinik Bern, Switzerland) * Additional material: 11 SURGERY VIDEOS are available for the readers of the book.

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