Atlas of Urogynecological Endoscopy
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 gynecologists.
However, gynecologists have little training or expertise in the use of cystourethroscopy and therefore often do not feel comfortable in performing this procedure or distinguishing what is normal from what is abnormal. An excellent guide for educating gynecologists in endoscopy of the urinary tract, this highly illustrated text addresses this need and provides readers with a full understanding of the equipment that is used, how it is used and the conditions of the lower urinary tract they may find in the treatment of pelvic disorders.
1. A history of endoscopy of the lower urinary tract, Jack Robertson and Peter Dwyer 2. Anatomy of the urinary tract and pelvis, A De Sousa and Peter Dwyer 3. Cystoscopic instrumentation and equipment, PK Tan and Peter Dwyer 4. Cystourethroscopy: Technique indications and complications, PK Tan and Peter Dwyer 5. Congenital urinary tract anomalies, Peter Dwyer 6. Urethral and periurethral conditions, Peter Dwyer 7. Infective and non infective cystitis, Anne Rosamilia and Peter Dwyer 8. Painful bladder syndrome (Interstitial cystitis), Anne Rosamilia and Peter Dwyer 9. Non-neoplastic abnormalities of the bladder (Foreign bodies, trabeculation and calculi), Peter Dwyer 10. Malignant conditions of the bladder, Anita Clarke and Peter Dwyer 11. Laparoscopy in urogynaecology, Chris Maher and Peter Maher 12. Urogenital fistulae, Lore Sherlitz and Peter Dwyer 13. The role of cystourethroscopy in stress incontinence procedures, Peter Dwyer 14. The role of cystourethroscopy in gynaecological surgery, Peter Dwyer 15. Training requirements for endoscopy of the urinary tract in female pelvic medicine, Peter Dwyer
“An ideal guide for education in endoscopy of the urinary tract in the field of gynaecology and pelvic floor disorders. The clearly and concisely written text provides readers with a comprehensive understanding of the equipment used, how it should be used and the lower urinary tract conditions they may encounter in the treatment of pelvic disorders.”
Jane Meijlink, ICS News