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Regarded as the most authoritative surgical atlas in the field, Hinman’s Atlas of Urologic Surgery brings you the detailed visual guidance and unmatched expertise you need to confidently perform virtually any urologic surgical procedure. Detailed color illustrations and clinical photographs — accompanied by commentary from leading urologists—lead you step by step through each technique. Instructions and commentary from a veritable "who’s who" in urologic surgery equip you to successfully deliver optimal results. 

  • Know what to do and expect with comprehensive coverage of nearly every surgical procedure you might need to perform.
  • Get a true-to-life view of each operation through illustrations, full-color photographs.
  • Find answers fast thanks to a quick, clear, and easy-to-use format - ideal for residents as well as experienced surgeons.
  • Turn to the companion reference, Hinman’s Atlas of UroSurgical Anatomy, 2nd Edition, for a more in-depth view of the complex structures you must navigate when performing any procedure.
  • Master the latest techniques with new and revised chapters on laparoscopic urologic surgery, robotic-assisted laparoscopic prostatectomy, decision making in hypospadius surgery, Holmium: YAG laser treatment of benign prostatic disease, urethral sling for male and female incontinence, suture techniques, vascular surgery, and many other timely topics and recent advancements.
  • Get all the accuracy, expertise, and dependability you could ask for from new editors who are among the most important names in urology, for expert guidance and a fresh understanding of the subject.
  • Avoid pitfalls and achieve the best outcomes thanks to a step-by-step approach to each procedure, complete with commentary, tips, and tricks of the trade from leading experts.

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Date de parution 21 juin 2012
Nombre de lectures 1
EAN13 9781455733620
Langue English
Poids de l'ouvrage 5 Mo

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Hinman’s Atlas of Urologic Surgery
Third Edition

Joseph A. Smith, Jr. MD
William L. Bray Professor and Chairman, Department of Urologic Surgery, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, Tennessee

Stuart S. Howards, MD
Professor of Urology and Physiology, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Virginia

Glenn M. Preminger, MD
James F. Glenn Professor and Chief, Urologic Surgery , Duke University Medical Center, Durham, North Carolina

Edward J. McGuire
Table of Contents
Cover image
Title page
Copyright
Dedication
Contributors
Foreword
Preface
Section I: SURGICAL BASICS
Chapter 1: Surgical basics
Strategy and tactics
Preoperative evaluation
Preparation for surgery
Perioperative antibiotics
Protection during surgery
Anesthesia
Operative management
Postoperative management
Section II: THE UROLOGIST AT WORK
Chapter 2: Basic surgical techniques
Chapter 3: Basic laparoscopy
Training for laparoscopy
Contraindications to laparoscopy and patient selection
Monitoring equipment
Instrumentation
Preparation
Patient positioning
Pneumoperitoneum
Insertion of primary port
Insertion of secondary ports
Lysis of adhesions
Retractors
Irrigation
Suturing and other methods of tissue approximation
Laparoscopic suturing
Clipping and stapling
Hemostasis
Organ entrapment
Leaving the abdomen
Postoperative care
Laparoscopic surgery in children
Direct extraperitoneal access (gauer)
Intraoperative problems
Postoperative complications
Chapter 4: Suture techniques
Knot-tying techniques
Sutures
Skin suture techniques
Fascial sutures
Bowel sutures
Chapter 5: Plastic surgical techniques
Blood supply to the skin
Grafts
Flaps
Musculocutaneous flaps
Problems after graft placement or flap transfer
Chapter 6: Bowel stapling techniques
Gastrointestinal anastomosis instrument
Thoracoabdominal instrument
End-to-end anastomosis instrument
Common bowel applications for A stapling instrument
Conclusion
Chapter 7: Mobilization of the omentum
Physiology
Anatomy
Open surgical technique
Laparoscopic technique
Conclusion
Chapter 8: Methods of nerve block
Pharmacology
Intercostal nerve block
Penile block
Ilioinguinal, iliohypogastric, and genitofemoral nerve blocks
Testis nerve block
Pudendal nerve block
Transsacral block
Prostatic nerve block under ultrasound guidance
Chapter 9: Repair of vascular injuries
Venous injuries
Arterial injuries
Chapter 10: Closure of bowel lacerations
Small bowel repair
Large bowel repair
Rectal injury
Chapter 11: Basic robotic surgery
Training for robotic surgery
Section III: PENIS: PLASTIC OPERATIONS
Chapter 12: Basic instructions for hypospadias repair
Goals
Meatal abnormalities
Skin and scrotal abnormalities
Penile curvature
Hypospadias surgeons
Preoperative evaluation
Age for operation
Outpatient repair
Prophylactic antibiotics
Magnification
Nerve block
Surgical hints
Local urinary diversion in children
Dressings
Set up for operation
Selection of the operative technique
Specific operations
Postoperative problems
Complications
Practical conclusions
Chapter 13: Postoperative management
Chapter 14: Pediatric meatotomy
Indications
Technique
Chapter 15: Decision-making in hypospadias surgery
Preoperative considerations
Straightening penile curvature
Distal tip repair (fig. 15-6)
Midshaft and proximal tip (fig. 15-7)
Postoperative management
Chapter 16: Flaps in hypospadias surgery
Perimeatal-based flap repair
Onlay preputial transverse island flap
Tubularized transverse preputial island flap
Chapter 17: Two-stage repair of hypospadias
Preoperative considerations
Operative technique
Section IV: PENIS: MALIGNANCY
Chapter 18: Partial penectomy
Postoperative problems
Chapter 19: Total penectomy
Technique
Postoperative problems
Chapter 20: Ilioinguinal lymphadenectomy
Unilateral dissection
Intraoperative precautions
Postoperative problems
Chapter 21: Laser treatment of the penis
Choice of laser
Diagnostic indications
Postprocedure management
Section V: PENIS: CORRECTION
Chapter 22: Circumcision
Sleeve incision (double-incision) technique
Alternative technique
Plastibell technique
Gomco clamp technique
Revision circumcision
Postoperative problems from circumcision
Uncircumcision
Chapter 23: Dorsal slit
Dorsal slit for phimosis
Dorsal slit for paraphimosis
Chapter 24: Penile curvature in the pediatric patient
Penile torsion
Lateral penile curvature and chordee without hypospadias
Chapter 25: Hidden penis
Section VI: PENIS: RECONSTRUCTION
Chapter 26: Insertion of flexible prosthesis
Ventral penile approach
Perineal approach
Subcoronal approach
Dorsal penile shaft approach
Ventral approach
Pubic approach
Postoperative problems
Chapter 27: Inflatable penile prosthesis implantation
Types of penile prostheses
Preoperative preparation
Surgical approaches
Postoperative care
Chapter 28: Penile arterial revascularization
Securing the epigastric artery
Exposure of the penile vasculature
Epigastric artery-dorsal artery anastomosis
Epigastric artery—dorsal vein anastomosis
Postoperative problems
Chapter 29: Procedures for peyronie’s disease
Graft techniques
Dermal graft technique (devine)
Plication techniques
Prosthesis implantation
Postoperative problems
Chapter 30: Operations for priapism
Diagnosis of priapism (ischemic VS. nonischemic)
Ischemic priapism
Surgical pearls of wisdom for ischemic priapism
Nonischemic priapism
Chapter 31: Repair of genital injuries
Genital skin loss
Penile fracture
Penile reimplantation
Testicular rupture
Section VII: FEMALE GENITAL RECONSTRUCTION
Chapter 32: Cecal vagina
Chapter 33: Urethrovaginal fistula repair
Bulbocavernosus muscle interposition with fat pad supplement (martius flap)
Chapter 34: Bulbocavernosus muscle and fat pad supplement
Classic martius
In situ martius flap
Labial flap
Chapter 35: Female urethral diverticulectomy
Marsupialization technique (spence-duckett)
Transvaginal excision
Postoperative care
Chapter 36: Lateral flap urethral reconstruction
Chapter 37: Urethral prolapse-caruncle
Chapter 38: Cystocele repair, enterocele repair, and rectocele repair
Anterior colporrhaphy
Concurrent enterocele repair
Posterior colporrhaphy
Chapter 39: The michigan four-wall sacrospinous suspension
How does michigan four-wall sacrospinous ligament suspension differ from traditional sacrospinous techniques?
Advantages of michigan four-wall technique
Operative technique
Results
Key points
Section VIII: URETHRAL: RECONSTRUCTION
Chapter 40: Urethral reconstruction: general concepts
Technical considerations
Distal reconstruction
Chapter 41: Reconstruction of the fossa navicularis
Skin flap technique
Skin flap technique
Skin flap technique
Skin flap technique
Graft technique
Transverse ventral skin island technique
Chapter 42: Reconstruction of strictures of the penile urethra
Anatomic and vascular considerations
Distal penile circular fasciocutaneous flap (McAninch)
Longitudinal ventral penile skin flap with A lateral pedicle (Orandi)
Longitudinal ventral penile skin flap with A ventral pedicle (Turner-Warwick)
Dorsally placed buccal mucosa graft (Barbagli)
Two-stage urethroplasty (Johannson)
Chapter 43: Reconstruction of strictures of the bulbar urethra
Superficial perineal anatomy
Anastomotic urethroplasty
Graft urethroplasty
Chapter 44: Reconstruction of membranous urethral disruption injuries
Endoscopic realignment
Preoperative planning for membranous urethral reconstruction
Perineal anastomotic urethroplasty for membranous urethral disruption injuries
Abdominoperineal (transpubic) anastomotic urethroplasty for membranous urethral disruption injuries
Chapter 45: York-mason closure of recto-urinary fistula
Operative procedure
Postoperative care
Chapter 46: Direct vision internal urethrotomy
Preoperative evaluation
Postoperative care
Section IX: TESTIS: REPAIR AND RECONSTRUCTION
Chapter 47: Testis biopsy
Gonadal biopsy for intersexes
Chapter 48: Sperm retrieval
Percutaneous epididymal sperm aspiration
Microsurgical epididymal sperm aspiration
Testicular fine needle aspiration
Percutaneous biopsy
Open multi-incision testicular biopsy (tese)
Microdissection testicular sperm extraction (microtese)
Chapter 49: Varicocele ligation
Subinguinal varic

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