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Modern Management of Endometriosis

Edited by Christopher Sutton, G. David Adamson, Kevin D. Jones

CRC Press – 2005 – 448 pages

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    978-1-84214-276-9
    November 28th 2005

Description

Endometriosis - a condition in which the lining of the uterus grows in other abdominal locations - is one of the most common causes of severe period pain, pelvic pain, and abnormal bleeding in women. Untreated, it may result in long-term complications such as pelvic adhesions, ovarian cysts and infertility. At times, bowel, bladder, and ureters may also be damaged.

Although medical options are available for some women, laparoscopy is always needed to confirm the diagnosis and often surgical intervention -- by removing the endometriotic implants, ovarian cysts and repairing tubal damage -- usually produces immediate results in terms of pain relief and improved fertility.

This major new book, written by an internationally recognized team of experts, covers the full range of surgical interventions for diagnosing and treating endometriosis.

Reviews

"This is a useful resource and, of course, much more comprehensive than what is typically available in book form. Most of the encyclopedic gynecology texts only have a chapter or two on the subject"

Laura Tsien Lawrence, Doody's Reviews, February 2007

Contents

GENERAL BACKGROUND

Overview & historical perspective - Chris Sutton

Etiology overview - Stephen Kennedy

Animal studies - D'Hooge

The role of molecular biology (immunology) - Bob Schenken

Outcome measures - Ray Garry [Australia]

6Data collection in surgical studies - Jeremy Wright

Preoperative investigations - Kevin Jones

An overview of evidence-based medicine in surgery - David Olive

THE ROLE OF PERIOPERATIVE MEDICAL THERAPY]

Overview & Introduction, C. Farquhar

Medical Therapy and Peritoneal Disease , M. Hornstein

Medical Therapy and Severe Disease/Rectovaginal Nodules, P. Vercellini

Medical Therapy and Endometriotic Cysts, M. Nisolle

The Levonorgestrel IUCD and Rectovaginal Endometriosis, L. Fedele

Assisted Reproduction in the Management of Endometriosis, B. Barbieri

CONSERVATIVE SURGERY

Overview & Introduction, I. Brosens

Peritoneal Disease, C. Sutton

Severe Disease/Rectovaginal Nodules, H. Reich

Endometriotic Cysts, T. Tulandi

Pelvic Denervation Procedures, F. Zullo

NON-CONSERVATIVE SURGERY

Overview & Introduction, J. Studd

Adenomyosis, J. Guilliebaud

Severe Disease/Rectovaginal Nodules/Cysts, J. Rock

Anterior Bowel Resection, M. Possover

Managing Recurrent or Residual Deep Infiltrating Endometriosis Following Hysterectomy , P. Maher

INDIVIDUAL SURGICAL TECHNIQUES

Overview & Introduction, D. Adamson

Monopolar Electrosurgical Excision, D. Redwine

Carbon Dioxide Laser Excision of Rectovaginal Adenomyosis, P. Konninx

Severe Endometriosis Involving the Urogenital System, J. Donnez

Combined Laparoscopic and Colposcopic Approach to Disease in the Rectovaginal Septum , C. Sutton and K. Jones

Severe Endometriosis Involving the Bowel, J. Keckstein

Open and Vaginal Surgery for Severe Endometriosis, L. Andamyan

Radical Excision of the Uterosacral Ligament Complex, C. Chapron and J.B. Dubuisson

KTP Photocoagulation for Endometriotic Cysts, K. Jones

CONTROVERSIES IN ENDOMETRIOSIS SURGERY

Overview & Introduction, L. Metler

Surgical Complications [Epidemiology, Specific Problems, Legal Issues], A. Johns

Malignancy and Endometriosis [Epidemiology, Specific Problems, Outcome-Prognosis], D. Martin

The Multidisciplinary Approach to Endometriosis , J. Steege

Endometriosis Surgery and Assisted Conception, J.L. Pouly

Conclusions and the Future, C. Sutton

Name: Modern Management of Endometriosis (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by Christopher Sutton, G. David Adamson, Kevin D. Jones. Endometriosis - a condition in which the lining of the uterus grows in other abdominal locations - is one of the most common causes of severe period pain, pelvic pain, and abnormal bleeding in women. Untreated, it may result in long-term complications...
Categories: Obstetrics, Gynecology & Women's Health, Surgery