Atlas of Operative Laparoscopy and Hysteroscopy, Third Edition
Edited by Jacques Donnez
Published March 6th 2007 by CRC Press – 592 pages
This is a new edition of one of the modern classics of gynecological surgery. Providing an extensive and beautifully illustrated guide to laparoscopic and hysteroscopic techniques, the book has been extensively revised and updated since publication of the Second Edition. There are few texts that so adequately provide in-depth information on minimally invasive gynaecologic surgery. This informative and thorough work of reference provides both practicing surgeons and trainees with an atlas, a textbook of gynecology, and a surgical manual. The coverage is comprehensive, including extensive sections on gynaecologic oncology, urogynecology, basic principles, and instrumentation. Complications are highlighted with authoritative guidance on how to avoid and manage them.
1. Anatomy in relation to gynecological endoscopy. 2. Instrumentation and operational instructions. Section I: Operative laparoscopy. Part 1: Endometriosis. 3. Laparoscopic management of peritoneal endometriosis. 4. Laparoscopic management of ovarian endometriosis. 5. Douglasectomy, torus excision, uterine suspension. 6. Laparoscopic excision of rectovaginal and retrocervical endometriotic lesions. 7. Ureteral endometriosis: a frequent complication of rectovaginal and retrocervical endometriosis. 8. Bladder endometriosis. 9. Laparoscopic hysterectomy including for advanced endometriosis with rectosigmoid disease. Part 2: Tubal pathology and ovarian pathology. 10. Fertiloscopy. 11. Transvaginal laparoscopy. 12. CO2 laser laparoscopic surgery: fimbrioplasty, salpingoneostomy and adhesiolysis. 13. Ectopic pregnancy following assisted conception treatment and specific sites of ectopic pregnancy. 14. Medical treatment: the place of methotrexate. 15. The laparoscopic management of ectopic pregancy. 16. Laparoscopic microsurgical tubal anastomosis. 17. Laparoscopic management of ovarian cysts. 18. Laparoscopic management of adnexal torsion. Part 3: Uterine and pelvic floor pathology. 19. Laparoscopic repair of wide and deep uterine scar dehiscence following cesarean section. 20. Laparoscopic myomectomy. 21. Laparoscopic myomectomy and myolysis: to whom should it be proposed? 22. LASH: laparoscopic subtotal hysterectomy – a series of 1400 cases. 23. Laparoscopic hysterectomy in benign diseases: a series of 1233 cases. 24. Laparoscopic approach for prolapse. 25. Laparoscopic sacrocolpexy for severe uterine prolapse and severe vaginal vault prolapse. Part 4: Oncology. 26. Borderline tumors of the ovary or epithelial ovarian tumors of borderline malignancy. 27. Laparoscopic reimplantation of cryopreserved ovarian tissue. 28. Ovarian tissue cryopreservation and existing alternatives. 29. Technical aspects of ovarian tissue cryopreservation. 30. Laparoscopic ovarian transposition before radiotherapy. 31. Laparoscopic preservation of female fertility. 32. The place of endoscopy in malignancy. 33. Indications for lymphadenectomy in stage I/IIa endometrial cancer. 34. Place of laparoscopic surgery in the management of cervical cancer: the Dargent techniques. Part 5: Endoscopy during pregnancy. 35. Fetal endoscopy. 36. Laparoscopic abdominal cerclage. Part 6: Robotics: the future. 37. Improving ergonomics in laparoscopic gynecological surgery. 38. Robotically assisted gynecological surgery. Part 7: Complications. 39. Complications of laparoscopic surgery in gynecology. Section II: Operative hysteroscopy. 40. Instrumentation for hysteroscopy. 41. Hysterosonography and hysteroscopy in the diagnosis of specific disorders. 42. Office hysteroscopy. 43. Müllerian duct anomalies. 44. Hysteroscopic lysis of intrauterine adhesions. 45. Hysteroscopic myomectomy. 46. Endometrial resection. 47. Global endometrial ablation. 48. Tubal sterilization. 49. Complications of hysteroscopic surgery in gynecology.