Percutaneous Renal Surgery

  • ID: 2766315
  • Book
  • 312 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Percutaneous renal procedures are highly complex and require a great deal of surgical skill. Improve your patient care with this outstanding instruction manual from the experts.

Clinically–focused throughout, the three major conditions managed by percutaneous renal surgery large renal calculi, transitional cell cancer and renal cell cancer are expertly covered by the world s leading surgeons and urologists. Well–illustrated with over 100 top–quality surgical photos and with reference to the leading society guidelines in this area, inside you ll find coverage of:

Evidence–based outcomes for percutaneous management

Patient selection and informed consent

Preparing the patient for surgery

Instrumentation used in surgery

Surgical technique and patient safety

Pre–and post–op counseling

In addition, 10 high–quality videos offer an excellent visual guide to best practice and surgical tips and tricks of the trade. Percutaneous Renal Surgery is the perfect multi–media teaching tool, providing urologists, nephrologists and surgeons with the knowledge, confidence and clinical skills required to perform these complex and difficult surgical procedures safely and effectively.

Of related interestSmith s Textbook of Endourology, 3rd edition,
Smith, ISBN 9781444335545Top Tips in Urology, 2nd edition,
McLoughlin, ISBN 9780470672938

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Contributor List, vii

Preface, xiii

About the Companion Website, xiv

Section 1: Introduction

1 Percutaneous Renal Access: A Historical Perspective, 3Simpa S. Salami, Zeph Okeke, and Arthur D. Smith

2 Interventional Imaging and Radiation Safety, 7Don C. Arnold II, Kirk M. Anderson, and D. Duane Baldwin

Section 2: Percutaneous Management of Large Renal Calculi (Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy)

3 Epidemiology of Large Renal Stones and Utilization Patterns of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, 23Stephen Faddegon and Margaret S. Pearle

4 Evolution of Evidence–Based Outcomes for Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, 31Kirsten Foell and Kenneth T. Pace

5 Patient Selection and Informed Consent, 46Nader Fahmy and John Denstedt

6 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Percutaneous Access, 59Naeem Bhojani and James E. Lingeman

7 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Tract Dilation and Endoscopes, 64Michael J. Metcalfe, Ryan Paterson, and Ben Chew

8 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Intracorporeal Lithotrites, 74Abhishek P. Patel and Bodo E. Knudsen

9 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Prone, 84Mantu Gupta and Doh Yoon Cha

10 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Supine, 95Arvind Ganpule, Amit Doshi, and Mahesh R. Desai

11 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Prone–Flexed/Lateral, 106Kirsten Foell and R. John D A. Honey

12 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Endoscopic Guidance, 116Farhan Khan, Ross Moskowitz, Joseph Graversen, Michael Ordon, Ralph V. Clayman, and Jaime Landman

13 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Mini–Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, 126Gunnar Wendt–Nordahl and Thomas Knoll

14 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Multiple Access, 134Jessica N. Lange, Patrick W. Mufarrij, and Dean G. Assimos

15 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: Tube or Tubeless Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, 143Andreas Neisius, Michael E. Lipkin, and Glenn M. Preminger

16 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Postoperative Imaging Following Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy, 152Aditya Bagrodia and Margaret S. Pearle

17 Instrumentation and Surgical Technique: Step–by–Step Antegrade Ureteric Stenting, 161Ravi Kulkarni

Section 3: Percutaneous Management of Transitional Cell Cancer (Percutaneous Resection of Tumor)

18 Epidemiology of Disease (Upper Tract Transitional Cell Cancer), 175Matthew R. Hotston, Sunil Mathur, and Francis X. Keeley

19 Evidence–Based Outcomes for Percutaneous Management of Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma, 182Eric R. Taylor and Marshall L. Stoller

20 Patient Selection and Informed Consent, 190Michael Conlin and Nicholas Tadros

21 Percutaneous Treatment of Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma, 196Steve Dong, Matthew Dunn, and Mihir Desai

Section 4: Percutaneous Ablation of Renal Cell Cancer (Thermal and Nonthermal)

22 Epidemiology and Biology of Small Renal Masses, 205Paul L. Crispen and Steven C. Campbell

23 Evolution of Evidence–based Outcomes for Percutaneous Management, 215Matthew J. O Shaughnessy, David A. Leavitt, and J. Kyle Anderson

24 Patient Selection and Informed Consent, 224Humberto Laydner and Jihad H. Kaouk

25 Instrumentation and Technique: Cryotherapy, 229Achim Lusch, Jane Cho, Michael A. Liss, Joseph Graversen, and Jaime Landman

26 Instrumentation and Technique: Hyperthermal Ablation: Radiofrequency and Microwave Ablation, 237Arturo Castro Jr, Lawrence Jenkins, Obi Ekwenna, John Shields, Nelson Salas, and Raymond Leveillee

27 Instrumentation and Technique: High–Intensity Focused Ultrasound, 253Robert W. Ritchie, Tom Leslie, David Cranston, and Mark Sullivan

28 Instrumentation and Technique: Laser, 262Ramakrishna Venkatesh, Jason R. Bylund, and Stephen E. Strup

29 Instrumentation and Technique: Irreversible Electroporation, 268Chad R. Tracy and Jeffrey A. Cadeddu

30 Instrumentation and Techniques in Renal Radiosurgery, 276Matthew J. Maurice, Gino J. Vricella, and Lee E. Ponsky

31 Instrumentation and Technique: Renal Histotripsy, 281William W. Roberts

Index, 290

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Edited by
Manoj Monga
MD, FACS, Glickman Urological & Kidney Institute,
Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, OH, USA

Abhay Rane
MS, FRCS(Urol), East Surrey Hospital, Redhill, UK

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