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Laparoscopic Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor

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Jean-Bernard Dubuisson, Jean Dubuisson, Juan Puigventos. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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Gynaecological surgery has made tremendous strides in the last 30 years, due to advances in medical imaging, operative laparoscopy, and new types of prosthesis. Reconstructive plastic surgery of pelvic organ prolapse and of urinary incontinence have benefited from these developments. The laparoscopic sacropopexy and laparoscopic lateral suspension with meshes are two excellent examples. In order to successfully perform these operations, detailed knowledge of the anatomy of the pelvic floor as “…
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Author
Dubuisson, Jean-Bernard
Other Authors
Dubuisson, Jean
Puigventos, Juan
Responsibility
Jean-Bernard Dubuisson, Jean Dubuisson, Juan Puigventos
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (xiii, 229 p.) : 153 illus., 151 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030354985
9783030354978 (Print ed.)
9783030354992 (Print ed.)
9783030355005 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Laparoscopy
Pelvic Floor - anatomy & histology
Pelvic Floor Disorders - pathology
Specialty
Endoscopy
Gynecology
Abstract
Gynaecological surgery has made tremendous strides in the last 30 years, due to advances in medical imaging, operative laparoscopy, and new types of prosthesis. Reconstructive plastic surgery of pelvic organ prolapse and of urinary incontinence have benefited from these developments. The laparoscopic sacropopexy and laparoscopic lateral suspension with meshes are two excellent examples. In order to successfully perform these operations, detailed knowledge of the anatomy of the pelvic floor as “seen from above”, i.e., from the abdominal view, is an invaluable asset. Achieving perfect knowledge of the anatomical details is now possible, thanks to laparoscopy. With the aid of laparoscopy, following subperitoneal dissections, reconstructive surgery of the pelvic floor can be made substantially more precise, more exact, and also more anatomical. This atlas will allow gynaecologic surgeons to deepen and improve their anatomical expertise, with the aid of laparoscopy. It also describes in detail the most common laparoscopic operative techniques. The book represents a new and unique approach to anatomy studied in the living, and supplements the main content with a wealth of straightforward and clearly explained photographs.
Contents
Part I. Traditional Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor -- 1. Introduction -- 2. The Muscles -- 3. The Fascias -- 4. The Ligaments -- 5. The Attachment Sites for the Surgeon -- Part II. Laparoscopic Normal Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor Seen By Transperitoneal Vision -- 6. Ventrolateral Abdominal Wall -- 7. Lateral Anatomy -- 8. Landmarks of the Ureter -- 9. Dorsal and Lateral Anatomy of the Pelvis -- 10. Promontory Area -- Part III. Laparoscopic Normal Retroperitoneal Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor Seen After Peritoneal Incision -- 11. Prevesical Space, Cooper’s Ligament, Paravesical Space, Arcus Tendineus Fascia Pelvis -- 12. The Vesicovaginal Space -- 13. The Dorsolateral Dissection of the Uterine Artery -- 14. The Rectovaginal Septum -- 15. The Pararectal Space -- Part IV. Laparoscopic Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor in Case of Genital Prolapse Seen By Clinical Examination and Transperitoneal Vision -- 16. Cystocele -- 17. External Aspects of Exteriorized Apical Prolapse and Rectocele -- 18. External Aspects of Vaginal Vault Prolapse -- 19. External Aspects of Enterocele -- Part V. Laparoscopic Anatomy of the Pelvic Floor in Women with a Genital Prolapse Seen After Peritoneal Incision -- 20. Laparoscopic Aspects of Urethro-Cystocele -- 21. Laparoscopic Aspects of Prolapses of Anterior, Median and Posterior Compartments -- Part VI. Laparoscopic Lateral Suspension with Meshes to Treat Genital Prolapse (LLS) -- 22. Techniques of Laparoscopic Lateral Suspension with Uterus Preservation -- 23. Final Evaluation of the Correct Technique of Laparoscopic Lateral Suspension -- 24. Optional Treatment of the Posterior Compartment and Techniques of Laparoscopic Lateral Suspension for Vaginal Vault Prolapse -- 25. Lateral Suspension: Focus on -- Part VII. Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy to Treat Genital Prolapse (SCP) -- 26. Techniques of Laparoscopic Sacrocolpopexy (SCP) to Treat Genital Prolapse, With or Without Preservation of the Uterus -- 27. Sacrocolpopexy: Focus on -- Anatomical References.
Format
e-Book
Publication Type
Atlas
Location
Online
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Obstetrics and gynecology

https://libcat.nshealth.ca/en/permalink/provcat53972
[by] Charles R.B. Beckmann . . . [et al.]. (4th ed.) --Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins , 2002.
Call Number
WQ 100 O14 2002
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Call Number
WQ 100 O14 2002
Author
Beckmann, Charles
Responsibility
[by] Charles R.B. Beckmann . . . [et al.]
Edition
4th ed.
Place of Publication
Philadelphia, PA
Publisher
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Date of Publication
2002
Physical Description
896 p.
ISBN
781724805
Subjects (MeSH)
Gynecology
Obstetrics
Pregnancy
Pregnancy Complications
Genital Diseases, Female
Format
Book
Publication Type
Programmed Instruction
Location
IWK Health Sciences Library
Copies
1
Loan Period
2 weeks
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