Scrotoscopic Surgery

  • ID: 4540056
  • Book
  • 242 Pages
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
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Scrotoscopic Surgery presents a systematic approach to the theory, procedures and clinical application of scrotoscopic techniques for the improved treatment of scrotal diseases. Currently, open operations remain the most common choices to treat scrotal content diseases, such as epididymal cyst and hydrocele. However, open surgeries also bring disadvantages, including discomfort, damage and complications. To solve these problems, this book presents best practices for scrotoscopic surgery, providing practitioners with tactics that will help them ensure the best outcomes for patients.

  • Introduces scrotoscopic surgery in the context of anatomy, surgical indications, surgical preparations and surgical procedures
  • Presents original case pictures from experienced contributors
  • Provides anatomical reminders, an introduction, contraindications and diagnostic and therapeutic indications
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1. Applied anatomy of the scrotum and its contents 2. Surgical instruments and equipment for scrotoscopic surgery 3. The indications and anesthesia for scrotoscopic surgery 4. The general surgical technique of scrotoscopic surgery 5. The basic skills for scrotoscopic surgery 6. The diagnostic and emergency applications of scrotoscopy 7. Scrotoscope-assisted scrotal surgery 8. Scrotoscopic surgery of scrotum and contents 9. Complications of the scrotal approach 10. The nursing care for scrotoscopic surgery

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Yang, Jinrui
Prof. Yang is the Vice Director of the Department of Urology at the Second Xiangya Hospital of Central South University. He has practiced medicine for 40 years and specializes in endourology. He has completed over 4,000 endourological surgeries and has conducted scrotoscopic surgery for the treatment of scrotal diseases since 1990. He is the originator of the systematic theory and techniques for scrotoscopic surgery.
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