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ISBN-10: 0470755911

ISBN-13: 9780470755914

ISBN-10: 1405122137

ISBN-13: 9781405122139

Advanced Urologic Surgery is a stimulating operative atlas inclusive of the most recent ideas, differences, and enhancements within the box, edited by means of a distinct foreign staff.

The textual content is split into sections;

  • kidney and ureter
  • bladder
  • prostate
  • external genitalia
  • female urology
  • urinary diversion
  • special techniques

It is additional divided into sub-sections, each one dedicated to a particular urologic operative strategy, graded in accordance with its standardisation and attractiveness through the broader surgical community.

The textual content is descriptive and is complimented via over 800 transparent operative line illustrations offering a step by step strategy. the result is a thrilling survey of the sensible functions of the most recent techniques.

Joining Professor Hohenfellner as Editor is Professor John Fitzpatrick, essentially the most favourite figures at the global urology scene and the editor of major urology magazine, BJU International.

In addition to John Fitzpatrick, the booklet will function Professor Jack McAninch from the united states as an editor. Jack McAninch established at San Francisco basic medical institution, is one the real giants of yank urology, present President of the Societe Internationale d'Urologie, and earlier President of the yankee Urological organization.

All chapters comprise a listing of key references explaining the sensible software of the newest strategies in urologic surgical procedure - crucial examining for urologists in either perform and training.Content:
Chapter 1 Posterior Lumbotomy (pages 1–8): V. Pansadoro
Chapter 2 Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty (pages 9–12): J.?U. Stolzenburg
Chapter three department of the Horseshoe Kidney and Pyeloplasty (pages 13–15): J. Fichtner and S. W. Melchior
Chapter four Double platforms (pages 16–22): M. Fisch and J. Leissner
Chapter five Crossed Pyelopyelostomy (pages 23–26): R. Stein
Chapter 6 Surgical remedy for Retrocaval Ureter (pages 27–29): G. D'Elia
Chapter 7 Extraperitoneal Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy and Nephroureterectomy (pages 30–36): A. Hoznek, L. Salomon and C.?C. Abbou
Chapter eight Laparoscopic Transperitoneal Radical Nephrectomy and Laparoscopic reside Donor Nephrectomy (pages 37–41): C. Varol, H. Lau and J.?U. Stolzenburg
Chapter nine Transperitoneal Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy (pages 42–47): M. Zacharias, P. Fornara and J.?U. Stolzenburg
Chapter 10 Partial Nephrectomy in chilly Ischemia (pages 48–52): J. Steffens and U. Humke
Chapter eleven minimum entry method for Cardiopulmonary skip and Circulatory Arrest for Renal telephone Carcinoma with IVC Involvement (pages 53–62): J. Libertino, A. Sorcini and L. Svensson
Chapter 12 Reconstructive Renovascular surgical procedure (pages 63–69): U. Humke and M. Ziegler
Chapter thirteen Psoas Hitch (pages 71–75): M. Fisch
Chapter 14 Megaureter surgical procedure (pages 76–81): M. Fisch
Chapter 15 Cross?Over process (pages 82–84): M. Fisch
Chapter sixteen Lich?Gregoir process (pages 85–86): M. Fisch
Chapter 17 Surgical remedy of Ormond's affliction (pages 87–92): M. Fisch and R. Wammack
Chapter 18 Surgical Correction Ofureteral problems After Kidney Transplantation (pages 93–100): A. Pycha, D. Latal and L. Managadze
Chapter 19 surgery for anxious Ureteral damage (pages 101–108): N. F. Alsikafi, S. P. Elliott and J. W. McAninch
Chapter 20 Surgical fix Ofureteral Hernia (pages 109–111): R. Homberg and A. Kollias
Chapter 21 En Bloc Transuretheral Resection of Bladder Tumors (pages 115–118): M. Lodde and A. Pycha
Chapter 22 Laparoscopic Bladder Diverticulectomy (pages 119–121): V. Pansadoro
Chapter 23 therapy of Abnormalities of the Urachus (pages 122–127): P. J. Bastian and P. Albers
Chapter 24 Ureterocystoplasty (pages 128–131): R. Stein and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter 25 Sigma Diverticulitis with Bladder Fistula: Sigma Resection and Resection of the Fistula (pages 132–135): M. Fisch
Chapter 26 Millin Retropubic Prostatectomy (pages 139–141): J. M. Fitzpatrick
Chapter 27 Radical Perineal Prostatectomy (pages 142–155): J. Fichtner and W. Stackl
Chapter 28 Use of Intraoperative Methylene Blue Staining (Imbs) in Nerve?Sparing Perineal Radical Prostatectomy (pages 156–157): M. Lodde and A. Pycha
Chapter 29 Nerve?Sparing Endoscopic Extraperitoneal Radical Prostatectomy (pages 158–166): J.?U. Stolzenburg
Chapter 30 Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy procedure (pages 167–172): A. P. Steinberg and that i. S. Gill
Chapter 31 Anterior Urethral Stricture fix and Reconstruction of Hypospadia (pages 175–185): F. Schreiter and B. Schonberger
Chapter 32 Organ?Sparing surgical procedure of Penile Carcinoma (pages 186–189): A. Bracka
Chapter 33 Meshed Unexpanded Split?Thickness dermis Grafting for the Reconstruction of Penile pores and skin Loss (pages 190–193): P. C. Black, L. H. Engrav and H. Wessells
Chapter 34 Epispadias fix: entire Penile Disassembly (pages 194–198): M. E. Mitchell, P. C. Black and R. W. Grady
Chapter 35 Penoscrotal Transposition (pages 199–211): S. V. Perovic
Chapter 36 Autotransplantation of Intra?Abdominal Testis through Microvascular concepts (pages 212–214): J. Zumbe, R. A. Burger, M. Braun and U. Engelmann
Chapter 37 Reconstruction of the Bulbar and Membranous Urethra (pages 217–231): F. Schreiter, B. Schonberger and R. Olianas
Chapter 38 Two?Stage Mesh Graft Urethroplasty (pages 232–246): F. Schreiter
Chapter 39 synthetic Urinary Sphincter: Bladder Neck, Bulbar, Membranous, and Double Cuff Implantation (pages 247–257): F. Schreiter
Chapter forty Burch Colposuspension (pages 275–278): U. H. Fr. Witzsch, R. A. Burger, S. C. Muller and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter forty-one Fascial Sling Plasty for lady Urinary pressure Incontinence (pages 279–283): U. H. Fr. Witzsch, R. A. Burger, S. C. Muller, M. Hockel and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter forty two Transvaginal Tension?Free Sling Operations for the therapy of woman pressure Incontinence (TVS Operations) (pages 284–290): A. Fischer
Chapter forty three Transobturator Tension?Free Sling Operations for the therapy of woman tension Incontinence (TOS Operations) (pages 291–294): A. Fischer
Chapter forty four Urethrolysis for Retention and Obstruction after Incontinence surgical procedure (pages 295–299): H. M. Scarpero and V. W. Nitti
Chapter forty five Prolapse fix (pages 301–318): A. Fischer
Chapter forty six Laparoscopic Colpopromontofixation (pages 319–322): A. Mottrie, P. Martens, R. Bollens, P. Dekuyper, Ch. R. Assenmacher, M. Fillet, R. Van Velthoven and H. Nicolas
Chapter forty seven Diverticula of the feminine Urethra: Urethral Reconstruction (pages 323–329): J. Steffens, P. H. Langen and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter forty eight Vesicovaginal Fistulas:Vaginal technique (pages 330–333): R. Hohenfellner
Chapter forty nine Urinary Diversion in complex circumstances: Conversion of A Colon Conduit to A Mainz Pouch II with Simultaneous Formation of A Neovagina (pages 334–337): J. Leissner, G. D'Elia, M. Fisch and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter 50 Surgical administration of the Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Syndrome (pages 338–341): D. Filipas
Chapter fifty one Laterally prolonged Endopelvic Resection (pages 345–352): M. Hockel and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter fifty two Uretero?Ureterocutaneostomy (Wrapped through Omentum) (pages 355–359): A. Pycha and M. Lodde
Chapter fifty three Continent Catheterizable Ileum?Based Reservoir (pages 360–364): A. Macedo and E. M. Srougi
Chapter fifty four Use of the massive Bowel in Urinary Tract Reconstruction (pages 365–375): R. Hohenfellner, M. Fisch and J. Leissner
Chapter fifty five Use of the larger Omentum in Urinary Tract Reconstruction (pages 376–379): R. Hohenfellner, M. Fisch and J. Leissner
Chapter fifty six Bladder Substitution with Sigmoid Segments (The Mannheim event) (pages 380–383): M. S. Michel and P. Alken
Chapter fifty seven Colon Pouch (Mainz Pouch III) for Continent Urinary Diversion (pages 384–387): J. Leissner, M. Fisch and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter fifty eight Sigma Conduit (pages 388–391): M. Fisch
Chapter fifty nine Transverse Conduit (pages 392–398): M. Fisch and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter 60 Ureter Substitution (pages 399–401): J. Fichtner
Chapter sixty one Reconstruction of the Umbilicus/Cutaneous Stoma, (pages 403–408): R. Stein and B. Brautigam
Chapter sixty two issues of Continent Stomata in Urology (pages 409–413): M. Fisch
Chapter sixty three issues of Incontinent Stomata in Urology (pages 414–420): A. Pycha and M. Lodde
Chapter sixty four Splenectomy for Iatrogenic Splenic harm (pages 423–428): U. Humke, T. Lindenmeir and M. Ziegler
Chapter sixty five Mobilization of the Liver (pages 429–432): C. G. Stief and W. F. A. Hiller
Chapter sixty six Surgical fix of huge Vessel accidents in the course of Retroperitoneal surgical procedure (pages 433–441): W. Schmiedt, M. Fisch and R. Wammack
Chapter sixty seven persistent Sacral Neuromodulation (pages 442–445): C. Seif, K.?P. Junemann and P.?M. Braun
Chapter sixty eight GMF strategy for advanced Pelvic Reconstruction in Bladder Exstrophy: The Giessen?Mainz?Frankfurt Multidisciplinary strategy (pages 446–450): R. Stein, T. H. Junger, F. Kerschbaumer, H.?P. Howaldt and R. Hohenfellner
Chapter sixty nine fundamental Reconstruction of Cloacal Exstrophy (pages 451–457): P. C. Black, R. W. Grady and M. E. Mitchell
Chapter 70 surgery of Prune abdominal Syndrome (pages 458–464): F. T. Denes
Chapter seventy one Anterior Transanorectal procedure for the fix of Urethrovaginal Fistulas (pages 465–473): J. Franc?Guimond and R. Gonzalez
Chapter seventy two completely Extraperitoneal Endoscopic Hernia fix with artificial Mesh (pages 474–478): J.?U. Stolzenburg
Chapter seventy three Secondary Malignancies Following Intestinal Urinary Diversion (pages 481–483): T. Kalble and M. Austen
Chapter seventy four stomach Compartment Syndrome: Urologic features (pages 484–487): Raanan Tal
Chapter seventy five Nerve accidents in Urologic surgical procedure (pages 488–493): M. Eicke, R. Hohenfellner and J. Leissner
Chapter seventy six Pelvic Plexus: Topographical concerns and medical results (pages 494–499): J. Leissner

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6%. 7%. 8%. 2%. To do • Operate with sufficient arterial pressure only (more than 100 mmHg mean arterial pressure); instruct anesthesist. • Always perform a stab incision of the arterial wall before cannula insertion as this prohibits intimal dissection. • Use a thin perfusion cannula. • The direction of the arterial cannula insertion should be from peripheral to central. References 1 Adkins KL, Chang SS, Cookson MS, Smith JA Jr. Partial nephrectomy safely preserves renal function in patients with a solitary kidney.

Suction irrigation allows him to maintain a permanently clean operative field, by removing blood and smoke. In addition, together with the scissors, it allows tissue dissection. The camera is inserted through trocar ‘c’ and the assistant helps in retracting the kidney and puts the renal pedicle under tension with two forceps. • Gerota’s fascia is incised giving access to the perirenal space. • On the left side, the ureter and/or the genital vein are identified. • On the right side, the inferior vena cava, the genital vein, and the ureter are exposed.

Advanced Urologic Surgery, Third Edition Edited by Rudolf Hohenfellner, John Fitzpatrick, Jack McAninch Copyright © 2005 by Blackwell Publishing Ltd Chapter 11 Minimal Access Approach for Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Circulatory Arrest for Renal Cell Carcinoma with IVC Involvement J. Libertino, A. Sorcini, and L. Svensson Introduction Contraindications Renal cell carcinoma has the propensity to infiltrate the venous system and propagate into the inferior vena cava (IVC). The incidence of IVC extension has been reported in 4–13%.

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