Non-invasive options for the management of gynecologic conditions continue to grow in popularity, as they offer considerable benefits in reduced patient stress, hospitalization time, and cost. Non-invasive Management of Gynecologic Disorders provides an informative, concise, and highly practicable resource for the diagnosis and management of gynecologic disorders for which non-surgical treatment options are available. An evidence–based approach is followed through-out the book.
Non-invasive Management of Gynecologic Disorders is a valuable source in offering guidance to physicians on how and when it is appropriate to choose more conservative modalities and also to differentiate between the variety of treatment options available.
1. Ectopic pregnancy John Buster 2. Pregnancy loss and termination Aldo Campana 3. Pelvic pain David Olive 4. Adnexal mass David E. Kohn 5. Dysfunctional uterine bleeding Carlos Simón Vallés 6. Endometrial ablation Antoni Duleba 7. Endometriosis Aydin Arici 8. Non-surgical options for women with leiomyomas Aydin Arici 9. Uterine artery embolization Paul Marshburn 10. Infertility Emre Seli 11. Polycystic ovarian syndrome Ricardo Azziz 12. Hyperprolactinemia and its medical management Mark E. Molitch 13. Non-surgical management of mullerian abnormalities Richard H. Reindollar 14. Non-surgical management of urinary incontinence Richard C. Bump or Narender N. Bhatia 15. Pelvic floor defects: a conservative (non-surgical) approach Narender N. Bhatia 16. Fertility preserving approach to the management of endometrial hyperplasia and early endometrial cancer Emre Seli 17. Preventive strategies and non-surgical treatment options for cervical preinvasive and invasive disorders Kunle Odunsi 18. Vulvar pre-malignant and malignant disorders: non-surgical options Jonathan S. Berek 19. Future of non-invasive approach in the management of gynecologic disorders Gregory M. Christman