The Mallila/ qf Gyn('c%Ric SurRery is a comprehensive guide for opera tive decision-making and technique in female pelvic surgery. For a wide array of problems requiring surgical intervention, this volume examines the anatomy, preoperative evaluation, surgical strategy, details of tech nique, postoperative management, and anticipated results. The manage ment of operative complications and injuries to bowel, urinary system, and pelvic vessels is discussed. This volume is divided into three sections: ambulatory, vaginal, and abdominal surgery. The ambulatory section will be particularly useful to the family physician. The abdominal section explains complication man agement for the gynecologist whose surgical background may not include gastrointestinal or urinary tract surgery.. The section on ovarian surgery contains additional data for the general surgeon who may encounter unexpected ovarian lesions. Although the book should be most useful to gynecologic residents-in-training and practicing gynecologists, it will also be of use to general surgeons who perform gynecologic operations and to all physicians who perform ambulatory gynecologic procedures. The operative techniques depicted are currently used procedures based on the newer concepts of wound healing and suturing, utilizing mod ern surgical instrumentation. When several techniques are available, the author's personal preference is described. This book, which was produced by the project manager system, rep resents the efforts of 21 persons in three cities. Christine G. Williamson managed the project with drive, understanding, and skill. She was responsi ble also for coordinating information retrieval, organizing the chapters, and editing the text.38:185a192, 1971. 2. ... Japaze, H., Garcia-Bunnuel, R., and Woodruff, J.D.: Primary vulvar neoplasiaaA review of in situ and invasive carcinoma. ... Julian, C.G., Callison, J., and Woodruff, J.D.: Plastic management of extensive vulvar defects.
|Title||:||Manual of Gynecologic Surgery|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2013-12-01|