The interest in pelvic floor reconstruction has grown rapidly in recent years. The collaboration between urologists, gynaecologists and colorectal surgeons has also increased. The book covers the surgical anatomy, urinary and faecal incontinence and their treatment, prolapse surgery, fistulae and post-operative management. Female Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery is a multi-disciplinary book edited by Stuart L Stanton, Urogynaecologist, and Phillipe Zimmern, Urologist, with contributions by internationally known and experienced clinicians. The book is well illustrated, up to date and authoritative.
I: SURGICAL ANATOMY 1. Anatomy for the Pelvic Reconstructive Surgeon II: CAUSES AND INVESTIGATIONS 1. Aetiology and Pathophysiology a. Urinary Incontinence and Prolapse b. Faecal Incontinence 1. Investigations a. Urinary Incontinence and the Pelvic Floor b. Anorectal III: SPHINCTER SURGERY 1. Congenital Abnormalities a. Gynaecological b. Urinary c. Anal 1. Injectables 2. Retropubic Suspensions a. Open b. Laparoscopic 1. Fascial Slings 2. Tension Free Vaginal Tape (TVT) 3. Stamey, Raz and Modified Pereya 4. Artificial Urinary Sphincter 5. Primary and Secondary Anal Sphincter Repair IV: PROLAPSE SURGERY 1. Anterior Compartment a. Anterior Colporrhaphy b. Vaginal and Abdominal Paravaginal Repair 1. Middle Compartment a. Endofascial Reconstruction b. Sacrocolpopexy and Sacrohysteropexy c. Sacrospinous Fixation d. . Iliococcygeus Hitch e. Vaginal Hysterectomy 1. Posterior Compartment a. Rectocele Reconstruction 1. Laparoscopic Reconstruction 2. Faecal Incontinence and Rectal Prolapse 3. Perineal Hernia V: DIVERSION AND BLADDER NECK CLOSURE VI: FISTULAE 1. Vesico-vaginal and Urethro-Vaginal Fistulae 2. Utero-vaginal Fistulae 3. Recto-vaginal Fistulae 4. Urethral diverticula VII: NEUROMODULATION VIII: POSTOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT 1. Bladder a. Detrusor Instability b. Outlet Obstruction and Retention 1. Bowel IX: OUTCOME MEASURES 1. Urinary Incontinence 2. Pelvic Organ Prolapse 3. Faecal Incontinence X: CHOICE OF SURGERY 1. Urinary Incontinence a. Urinary Incontinence b. Vaginal surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence: Beyond Horizon 2000 1. Prolapse a. Prolapse b. Prolapse 3. Anal Incontinence