The Netter Collection of Medical Illustrations: Reproductive System. Edition No. 2. Netter Green Book Collection

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Section 1

Development of the Genital Tracts and Functional Relationships of the Gonads

1-1 Genetics and Biology of Early Reproductive Tract Development

1-2 Homologues of the Internal Genitalia

1-3 Homologues of External Genitalia

1-4 Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Gonadal Hormonal Axis

1-5 Testosterone and Estrogen Synthesis

1-6 Puberty Normal Sequence

1-7 Puberty - Abnormalities: Male Gonadal Failure

1-8 Puberty - Abnormalities: 1-9 Puberty - Abnormalities: 1-10 Puberty - Abnormalities: Female Gonadal Failure

1-11 Puberty - Abnormalities:

1-12 Intersex: True Hermaphoditism

1-13 Intersex: Male Pseudohermaphoditism I-Gonadal

1-14 Intersex: Male Pseudohermaphoditism II-Hormonal

1-15 Intersex: Female Pseudohermaphoditism

Section 2

The Penis and Male Perineum

- Pelvic Structures

- Superficial Fascial Layers

- Deep Fascial Layers

- Penile Fascia and Structures

- Urogenital Diaphragm

- Blood Supply of Pelvis

- Blood Supply of Perineum

- Blood Supply of Testis

- Lymphatic Drainage of Pelvis and Genitalia

- Innervation of Genitalia I

- Innervation of Genitalia II and of Perineum

- Urethra and Penis

- Erection and Erectile Dysfunction

- Hypospadias and Epispadias

- Congenital Valve Formation and Cyst

- Urethral Anomalies, Verumontanum Disorders

- Phimosis, Paraphimosis, Strangulation

- Peyronie's Disease, Priapism, Thrombosis

- Trauma to Penis and Urethra

- Urinary Extravasation

- Balanitis

- Urethritis

- Syphilis

- Chancroid, Lymphogranuloma Venereum

- Granuloma Inguinale

- Strictures

- Warts, Precancerous Lesions, Early Cancer

- Advanced Carcinoma of the Penis

- Papilloma, Cancer of Urethra

Section 3

The Scrotum and Testis

- Scrotal Wall

- Blood Supply of the Testis

- Testis, Epididymis and Vas Deferens

- Testicular Development and Spermatogenesis

- Descent of the Testis

- Scrotal Skin Diseases I: Chemical and Infectious

- Scrotal Skin Diseases II: Scabies and Lice

- Avulsion, Edema, Hematoma

- Hydrocele, Spermatocele

- Varicocele, Hematocele, Torsion

- Infection, Gangrene

- Syphilis

- Elephantiasis

- Cysts and Cancer of the Scrotum

- Cryptorchidism

- Testis Failure I: Primary (Hypergonadotropic) Hypogonadism

- Testis Failure II: Secondary (Hypogonadotropic) Hypogonadism

- Testis Failure III: Secondary Hypogonadism Variants

- Testis Failure IV: Klinefelter Syndrome

- Testis Failure V: Delayed Puberty

- Spermatogenic Failure

- Infection and Abscess of Testis and Epididymis

- Syphilis and Tuberculosis of the Testis

- Testicular Tumors I: Seminoma, Embryonal Carcinoma, Yolk Sac Tumors - Testicular Tumors II: Teratoma, Choriocarcinoma, In Situ Neoplasia

Section 4

The Seminal Vesicles and Prostate

- Prostate and Seminal Vesicles

- Development of Prostate

- Pelvic and Prostatic Trauma

- Prostatic Infarct and Cysts

- Prostatitis

- Prostatic Tuberculosis and Calculi

- Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy I: Histology

- Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy II: Sites of Hypertrophy and Etiology

- Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy III: Complications and Medical Treatment

- Carcinoma of Prostate I: Epidemiology, PSA, Staging and Grading

- Carcinoma of Prostate II: Metastases

- Carcinoma of Prostate III: Diagnosis, Treatment, Palliation

- Sarcoma of Prostate

- Benign Prostate Surgery I--Suprapubic

- Benign Prostate Surgery II--Retropubic

- Benign Prostate Surgery III--Perineal

- Benign Prostate Surgery IV--Transurethral

- Malignant Prostate Surgery I--Retropubic

- Malignant Prostate Surgery I--Perineal

- Malignant Prostate Surgery I-Laparoscopic and Robotic

- Seminal Vesicle Surgical Approaches

- Anomalies of the Spermatic Cord

Section 5

Sperm and Ejaculation

- Anatomy of a Sperm

- Semen Analysis and Sperm Morphology

- Azoospermia I: Sperm Production Problems-Genetics

- Azoospermia II: Excurrent Duct Obstruction

- Azoospermia III: Reproductive Microsurgery

- Azoospermia IV: Diagnostic Procedures

- Therapeutic Sperm Retrieval

- Ejaculatory Disorders

- Ejaculatory Duct Obstruction

Section 6

The Vulva

- External Genitalia

- Pudendal, pubic and inguinal regions

- Perineum

- Lymphatic drainage - external genitalia

- Blood supply of perineum

- Innervation of external genitalia and perineum

- Dermatoses

- Atrophic conditions

- Circulatory and other disturbances

- Diabetes, trichomoniasis, moniliasis

- Vulvar Vestibulitis

- Gonorrhea

- Syphilis

- Chancroid and other infections

- Cysts

- Benign tumors

- Malignant tumors

- Female Circumcision

Section 7

The Vagina

- The Vagina

- Pelvic Diaphragm I - From below

- Pelvic Diaphragm II - From above

- Support of pelvic viscera

- Female urethra

- Vulva and vagina histology

- Vagina - cytology

- Congenital anomalies

- Imperforate hymen, hematocolpos, fibrous hymen

- Vaginitis I - Trichomonas, Monilia, Bacterial Vaginosis

- Vaginitis II - Venereal Infections

- Vaginitis III - Chemical, traumatic

- Toxic shock syndrome

- Trauma

- Cystocele, urethrocele

- Rectocele, enterocele

- Fistulae

- Atrophic conditions

- Cysts and Benign Tumors

- Endometriosis I - Vulva, Vagina, Cervix

- Malignant Tumors I -Primary

- Malignant Tumors II - Metastases and Extension

Section 8

The Uterus and Cervix

- Pelvic Viscera

- Pelvic Viscera and Support - From Above

- Blood supply of uterus and pelvic organs

- Lymphatic drainage I - Pelvis

- Lymphatic drainage II - Internal genitalia

- Innervation of internal genitalia

- Uterus and adnexa

- Uterine development and musculature

- Endometrial blood supply

- Endometrial cycle

- Dysmenorrhea

- Congenital anomalies

- Displacements

- Prolapse

- Perforation

- Lacerations, strictures, polyps

- Cervicitis I - Erosions, external infections

- Cervicitis II - Gonorrhea, Chlamydial infections

- Cancer of cervix I - Cytology

- Cancer of cervix II -Various stages and types

- Cancer of cervix III - Extension and metastases

- Causes of uterine bleeding

- Relationships in endometrial hyperplasia

- Adenomyosis

- Asherman's Syndrome (uterine synechia)

- Endometrial hyperplasia, polyps

- Myoma (Fibroid) I - Locations

- Myoma (Fibroid) II - Secondary changes

- Myoma (Fibroid) III - Degeneration, obstruction

- Sarcoma

- Cancer of corpus I - Various stages and types

- Cancer of corpus II - Histology and extension

Section 9

The Fallopian Tubes

- Fallopian tubes

- Congenital anomalies I - Absence. rudiments

- Congenital anomalies II - Atresia, defects

- Bacterial routes, parametritis, acute salpingitis I

- Acute salpingitis II, pyosalpinx

- Hydrosalpinx

- Pelvic peritonitis, abscess

- Chronic salpingitis, adhesions

- Obstruction following chronic salpingitis

- Tubo-ovarian abscess

- Tuberculosis

- Salpingitis Isthmica Nodosa, carcinoma

- Para-ovarian or Epoöphoron cyst

Section 10

The Ovaries

- Ovarian structures and development

- Endocrine relations during cycle

- Ovarian cycle

- Hormonal influence during life

- Menopause

- Developmental anomalies

- Gonadal dysgenesis

- Physiologic variations, nonneoplastic cysts

- Endometriosis II - Pelvis

- Infections

- Serous cystoma and cystadenoma

- Papillary serous cystadenoma

- Papilloma, serous adeno- and cystadenofibroma

- Mucinous cystadenoma

- Teratomata

- Adnexal Torsion

- Feminizing neoplasms

- Masculinizing neoplasms

- Endocrinopathies I - Luteinization

- Endocrinopathies II - Polycystic ovary syndrome

- Dysgerminoma, Brenner tumor

- Stromatogenous neoplasms

- Primary cystic carcinoma

- Primary solid carcinoma

- Secondary ovarian carcinoma

- Diagnosis of ovarian neoplasms

- Conditions simulating ovarian neoplasms I

- Conditions simulating ovarian neoplasms II

Section 11

The Ovum and Reproduction

- The Oocyte and Ovulation

- Fertilization

- Genetics of Reproduction

- Infertility I - Causes

- Infertility II - Evaluation Female

- Infertility III - Evaluation Male

- Recurrent abortion

- Assisted Reproduction

- Contraception

Section 12

Pregnancy

- Implantation and early development of ovum

- Developmental events of the first trimester

- Developmental events of the second trimester

- Developmental events of the third trimester

- Development of placenta and fetal membranes

- Circulation in placenta

- Hormonal fluctuations in pregnancy

- Ectopic pregnancy I - Tubal pregnancy

- Ectopic pregnancy II - Rupture, abortion

- Ectopic pregnancy III - Interstitial, abdominal, ovarian

- Abortion

- Cervical insufficiency

- Multiple gestation

- Placenta I - Form and structure

- Placenta II - Numbers, cord, membranes

- Placenta previa

- Abruptio placentae

- Placenta accreta

- Couvelaire uterus, Amniotic fluid embolism

- Nodular lesions of placenta other than true infarcts

- Gestational trophoblastic disease

- Neuropathways in parturition

- Normal birth

- Operative vaginal delivery

- Obstetric lacerations I - Vagina, perineum, vulva

- Obstetric lacerations II - Fibromuscular support

- Cesarean delivery

- Rupture of the uterus

- Uterine inversion

- Urinary complications of pregnancy

- Preeclampsia I - Symptomatology

- Preeclampsia II -Ophthalmologic changes in preeclampsia and eclampsia

- Preeclampsia III - Visceral lesions in preeclampsia and eclampsia

- Preeclampsia IV - Placental infarcts

- Causes of decreased maternal circulation

- Intrauterine growth restriction

- Erythroblastosis fetalis (Rh sensitization)

- Syphilis

- Puerperal infection

Section 13

The Mammary Gland

- Position and structure

- Blood supply

- Lymphatic drainage

- Developmental stages

- Functional changes and lactation

- Polythelia, polymastia, hypertrophy

- Gynecomastia

- Painful engorgement, puerperal mastitis

- Galactorrhea

- Mondor's disease

- Breast Imaging

- Fibrocystic change I - Mastodynia

- Fibrocystic change II - Adenosis

- Fibrocystic change III - Cystic change

- Benign fibroadenoma, intracystic papilloma

- Giant myxoma, sarcoma

- Breast cancer

- Intraductal and lobular adenocarcinoma

- Inflammatory carcinoma

- Hereditary breast disease

- Paget's disease of the nipple

- Malignancies of male breast

Selected REferences

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Smith, Roger P. University of Missouri - Kansas City.

Turek, Paul Director, The Turek Clinic.
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