Advanced Urologic Surgery. 3rd Edition

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  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Advanced Urologic Surgery is a stimulating operative atlas which includes the latest innovations, modifications, and improvement in the field, edited by a distinguished international team.

The text is divided into six main sections; kidney, ureter, bladder, prostate, external genitalia, and special techniques. It is further divided into sub–sections, each devoted to a specific operative procedure, graded according to its standardisation and acceptance by the wider surgical community.

The text is descriptive and is complimented by over 800 clear operative line illustrations providing a step–by–step approach. All chapters include a list of key references explaining the practical application of the latest techniques in urologic surgery.

The end result is an exciting survey of the practical applications of the latest techniques – essential reading for urologists in both practice and training.

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Preface to Third Edition ix

Preface to Second Edition xi

Contributors xiii

Section 1 Kidney and Ureter

Part 1.1 Kidney and Upper Ureter 3

1 Posterior Lumbotomy 5V. Pansadoro

2 Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty 9J.–U. Stolzenburg

3 Division of the Horseshoe Kidney and Pyeloplasty 13J. Fichtner and S.W.Melchior

4 Double Systems 16M.Fisch and J. Leissner

5 Crossed Pyelopyelostomy 23R. Stein

6 Surgical Therapy for Retrocaval Ureter 27G.D Elia

7 Extraperitoneal Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy and Nephroureterectomy 30A.Hoznek, L. Salomon, and C.–C.Abbou

8 Laparoscopic Transperitoneal Radical Nephrectomy and Laparoscopic Live Donor Nephrectomy 37C.Varol, H. Lau, and J.–U. Stolzenburg

9 Transperitoneal Laparoscopic Adrenalectomy 42M.Zacharias, P. Fornara, and J.–U. Stolzenburg

10 Partial Nephrectomy in Cold Ischemia 48J. Steffens and U.Humke

11 Minimal Access Approach for Cardiopulmonary Bypass and Circulatory Arrest for Renal Cell Carcinoma with IVC Involvement 53J. Libertino, A. Sorcini, and L. Svensson12 Reconstructive Renovascular Surgery 63U.Humke and M. ZieglerPart 1.2 Mid and Lower Ureter 7113 Psoas Hitch 73M.Fisch14 Megaureter Surgery 76M.Fisch15 Cross–Over Technique 82M.Fisch16 Lich Gregoir Procedure 85M.FischPart 1.3 Special Techniques 8717 Surgical Therapy of Ormond s Disease 89M.Fisch and R.Wammack18 Surgical Correction ofUreteral Complications after Kidney Transplantation 93A. Pycha,D. Latal, and L.Managadze19 Surgical Treatment for Traumatic Ureteral Injury 101N. F.Alsikafi, S. P. Elliott, and J.W.McAninch20 Surgical Repair ofUreteral Hernia 109R.Homberg and A.KolliasSection 2 Bladder

21 En Bloc Transuretheral Resection of Bladder Tumors 115M.Lodde and A. Pycha22 Laparoscopic Bladder Diverticulectomy 119V. Pansadoro23 Treatment of Abnormalities of the Urachus 122P. J.Bastian and P. Albers24 Ureterocystoplasty 128R. Stein and R. Hohenfellner25 Sigma Diverticulitis with Bladder Fistula: Sigma Resection and Resection of the Fistula 132M.Fisch

Section 3 Prostate

26 Millin Retropubic Prostatectomy 139J.M.Fitzpatrick

27 Radical Perineal Prostatectomy 142J. Fichtner and W. Stackl

28 Use of Intraoperative Methylene Blue Staining (IMBS) in Nerve–Sparing Perineal Radical Prostatectomy 156M.Lodde and A. Pycha

29 Nerve–Sparing Endoscopic Extraperitoneal Radical Prostatectomy 158J.–U. Stolzenburg

30 Laparoscopic Radical Prostatectomy Technique 167A. P. Steinberg and I. S. Gill

Section 4 Genitalia

31 Anterior Urethral Stricture Repair and Reconstruction of Hypospadia 175F. Schreiter and B. Schönberger

32 Organ–Sparing Surgery of Penile Carcinoma 186A. Bracka

33 Meshed Unexpanded Split–Thickness Skin Grafting for the Reconstruction of Penile Skin Loss 190P. C. Black, L. H. Engrav, and H.Wessells

34 Epispadias Repair:Complete Penile Disassembly 194M.E. Mitchell, P. C. Black, and R.W.Grady

35 Penoscrotal Transposition 199S.V. Perovic

36 Autotransplantation of Intra–abdominal Testis by Microvascular Techniques 212J.Zumbé, R. A. Bürger, M.Braun, and U. Engelmann

Section 5 Urethra

37 Reconstruction of the Bulbar and Membranous Urethra 217F. Schreiter, B. Schönberger, and R. Olianas

38 Two–Stage Mesh Graft Urethroplasty 232F. Schreiter

39 Artificial Urinary Sphincter: Bladder Neck Bulbar Membranous and Double Cuff Implantation 247F. Schreiter

Section 6 Female Urology

Introduction 261
A. Fischer

Part 6.1 Female Urinary Stress Incontinence 263

Introduction to the Surgical Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence 265A. Fischer

40 Burch Colposuspension 275U. H. Fr.Witzsch, R. A. Bürger, S.C. Müller, and R.Hohenfellner

41 Fascial Sling Plasty for Female Urinary Stress Incontinence 279U. H. Fr.Witzsch, R. A. Bürger, S.C. Müller, M. Höckel, and R. Hohenfellner

42 Transvaginal Tension–Free Sling Operations for the Treatment of Female Stress Incontinence (TVS
Operations) 284A. Fischer

43 Transobturator Tension–Free Sling Operations for the Treatment of Female Stress Incontinence (TOS
Operations) 291A. Fischer

44 Urethrolysis for Retention and Obstruction after Incontinence Surgery 295H.M. Scarpero and V.W. Nitti

Part 6.2 Other Procedures in Female Urology 301

45 Prolapse Repair 303A. Fischer

46 Laparoscopic Colpopromontofixation 319A. Mottrie, P. Martens, R. Bollens, P. Dekuyper, Chr. Assenmacher, M. Fillet, R.Van Velthoven, and H.Nicolas

47 Diverticula of the Female Urethra:Urethral Reconstruction 323J. Steffens, P. H. Langen, and R. Hohenfellner

48 Vesicovaginal Fistulas:Vaginal Approach 330R. Hohenfellner

49 Urinary Diversion in Complicated Cases: Conversion of a Colon Conduit to a Mainz Pouch II with Simultaneous Formation of a Neovagina 334J. Leissner, G. D Elia, M. Fisch, and R. Hohenfellner

50 Surgical Management of the Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia Syndrome338D. Filipas

Section 7 Radical Pelvic Surgery

51 Laterally Extended Endopelvic Resection 345M. Höckel and R. Hohenfellner

Section 8 Urinary Diversion

52 Uretero–Ureterocutaneostomy (Wrapped by Omentum)355A. Pycha and M. Lodde

53 Continent Catheterizable Ileum–based Reservoir 360A. Macedo Jr and E.M. Srougi

Part 8.1 Use of the Large Bowel 365

54 Use of the Large Bowel in Urinary Tract Reconstruction 367R. Hohenfellner, M. Fisch, and J. Leissner

55 Use of the Greater Omentum in Urinary Tract Reconstruction 376R. Hohenfellner, M. Fisch, and J. Leissner

56 Bladder Substitution with Sigmoid Segments (the Mannheim Experience) 380M.S. Michel and P. Alken

57 Colon Pouch (Mainz Pouch III) for Continent Urinary Diversion 384J. Leissner, M. Fisch, and R.Hohenfellner

58 Sigma Conduit 388M. Fisch

59 Transverse Conduit 392M. Fisch and R. Hohenfellner

60 Ureter Substitution 399J. Fichtner

Part 8.2 Stomata in Urology 403

61 Reconstruction of the Umbilicus/Cutaneous Stoma405R. Stein and B. Bräutigam

62 Complications of Continent Stomata in Urology 409M.Fisch

63 Complications of Incontinent Stomata in Urology 414A. Pycha and M. Lodde

Section 9 Special Techniques

64 Splenectomy for Iatrogenic Splenic Injury 423U. Humke, T. Lindenmeir, and M. Ziegler

65 Mobilization of the Liver 429C. G. Stief and W. F. A. Hiller

66 Surgical Repair of Large Vessel Injuries during Retroperitoneal Surgery 433W. Schmiedt, M.Fisch, and R.Wammack

67 Chronic Sacral Neuromodulation 442C. Seif, K.–P. Jünemann, and P.–M. Braun

68 GMF Procedure for Complex Pelvic Reconstruction in Bladder Exstrophy: the Giessen Mainz Frankfurt Multidisciplinary Approach 446R. Stein, T. H. Jünger, F. Kerschbaumer, H.–P. Howaldt, and R. Hohenfellner

69 Primary Reconstruction of Cloacal Exstrophy 451P. C. Black, R.W. Grady, and M. E. Mitchell

70 Surgical Treatment of Prune Belly Syndrome 458F.T. Dénes

71 Anterior Transanorectal Approach for the Repair of Urethrovaginal Fistulas 465J. Franc–Guimond and R. González

72 Totally Extraperitoneal Endoscopic Hernia Repair with Synthetic Mesh 474J.–U. Stolzenburg

Section 10 Miscellaneous

73 Secondary Malignancies following Intestinal Urinary Diversion 481T. Kälble and M. Austen

74 Abdominal Compartment Syndrome:Urologic Aspects 484Raanan Tal

75 Nerve Injuries in Urologic Surgery 488M. Eicke, R. Hohenfellner, and J. Leissner

76 Pelvic Plexus:Topographical Considerations and Clinical Consequences 494J. Leissner

Index 501

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Rudolph Hohenfellner, Urologische Universitätsklinik, Mainz

John Fitzpatrick,MaterMisericordiae Hospital and University College Dublin, Dublin, EireJack McAninch, San Francisco General Hospital, San Francisco
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