Updated and expanded, this new edition is a comprehensive resource on surgical procedures for female infertility. Contents include chapters on basic science, energy sources, radiographic procedures, complications, and medicolegal issues, with the majority of the 31 chapters devoted to detailed discussion of hysteroscopy, laparoscopy, and laparotomy techniques. Heavily illustrated with line art showing procedures as well as numerous full-color plates, this book provides detailed step-by-step instructions as well as explicit information on the supplies and equipment used. * Includes information on physiology and pathology to help the physician understand why a certain procedure is recommended. * Provides step-by-step, extremely detailed instructions accompanied by detailed artwork so readers know exactly how authors achieved their results. * Provides detailed information on equipment and supplies (e.g., size of sutures used, actual catalog numbers for instruments). * Includes numerous illustrations, more than 80 in full color, to help orient the surgeon so he/she can fully understand the techniques. * Covers invasive and non-invasive, microsurgery and endoscopic surgery to enable the surgeon to use whatever method is most appropriate for the patient. * Features distinguished experts in reproductive surgery providing insightful pearls from years of experience. * Incorporates Key Points box in each chapter to help readers determine the most important points to be gleaned from the chapter. NEW TO THIS EDITION: * Includes new chapters on Energy Sources, Operative Hysteroscopy in Infertility, Closed Laparoscopy, Office Microlaparoscopy under Local Anesthesia, Tubal Anastomosis by Laparoscopic Microsurgery, and Medicolegal Issues of Endoscopic Surgery in the Infertile Patient.PROCEEDING TO PELVIC LAPAROSCOPIC SURGERY On completing diagnostic Iaparoscopy, the surgeon must decide whether ... classification of endometriosis form, and dictating a detailed operative report with discussion and recommendations (Figure 25-10). ... Hasson HM: Open technique for equipment insertion.
|Title||:||Text and Atlas of Female Infertility Surgery|
|Author||:||Robert B. Hunt|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 1999|