© 2011 – CRC Press
322 pages | 50 B/W Illus.
Fully updated and revised by an international team of editors and contributors, the third edition of this best-selling book presents a full description of the investigative and surgical procedures carried out by the gynecologic oncologist. The superb artwork of Dee McLean and Joanna Cameron is continues, with over 400 illustrations, allowing an easy step by step breakdown of each procedure. An Atlas of Gynecologic Oncology, Third Edition covers the innovative techniques on the brink of becoming established as part of the gynecologic surgeon’s repertoire.
"As an oncology trainee, I feel the book will become an invaluable resource to refer to, particularly when receiving patients from (and referring to) colleagues in surgery … It is hugely relevant and extremely useful for the trainee clinical oncologist. It is good to see that the content has been thoroughly updated since the previous edition … with the important papers complementing those historical accounts that still apply … The illustrations are probably the main area that set the book apart." Highly Commended, 2012 BMA Medical Books Awards (reviewer's comments)
Introduction. Anatomy. Tumour markers. Cross-sectional imaging. Sigmoidoscopy, cystoscopy and stenting. Fertility preservation. Sentinel lymph node biopsy. Cone biopsy. Radical abdominal hysterectomy. Radical vaginal hysterectomy. Radical vaginal trachelectomy. Radical abdominal trachelectomy.Central recurrent cervical cancer: the role of exenterative surgery. Pelvic side-wall recurrence of cervical cancer: the LEER/CORT procedure. Surgical management of trophoblastic disease. Epithelial ovarian cancer. Radical resection of the diaphragm in ovarian cancer. Radical vulvar surgery. Laparoscopy. Laparoscopic ports. Bowel surgery. Urologic procedures. (GDP contact). Fistula repair. Treatment of vascular defects and injuries. Plastic reconstructive procedures. Objective assessment of technical surgical skill.
Pain management. Palliation. Doctor-patient communication