Heavily illustrated for clear navigation and understanding of anatomical sites, surgical techniques, and reconstructive procedures, this reference studies the surgical and nonsurgical evaluation and management of various disorders affecting female urinary and pelvic health-collecting valuable recommendations, guidelines, and best practices from over 100 skilled authorities for expert guidance in the treatment of urinary incontinence, pelvic organ prolapse, and other dysfunctions.
"…I applaud the virtually seamless integration of such a variety of backgrounds into this work…I am excited to see a multispecialty book concerning female pelvic medicine."
-New England Journal of Medicine
"…an excellent resource and frequent reference….the wisdom and philosophy embodied in this work will enable us to…improv[e] the quality of care that these women receive."
-Karl M. Luber, University of California, San Diego, U.S.A., and Southern California Permanente Medical Group
"…the authors of the text represent the best and their achievement should serve as a model for subsequent efforts in cross specialty collaboration."
-Roger Dmochowski, Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Nashville, Tennessee, U.S.A.
Basic Concepts o Incontinence o Evaluation of Incontinence o Management of Urinary Incontinence o Vaginal Sling Surgery: Techniques o Pelvic Organ Prolapseo Laparoscopic Paravaginal Defect Repair o Reconstruction o Interstitial Cystitis oChronic Pelvic Pain o Fecal Incontinence