Pelvic Cancer Surgery

Author: Hitendra R.H. Patel
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 1447142586
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Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances brings together the three main pelvic specialties (Urology, Gynecological Oncology and Colorectal Surgery) into one volume. Patients have been shown to benefit from a multidisciplinary approach since it allows surgeons of different specialties to learn from one another therefore enhancing the treatment for the patient. Pelvic cancer outcomes are poor in low volume centres. These centres account for 80% of the global centres dealing with these cancers. Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advances is a much needed book that can focus training and assist health professionals in their care of patients with pelvic dysfunction. Pelvic Cancer Surgery: Modern Breakthroughs and Future Advance is complete with full color illustrations and schematic diagrams and makes use of key points and stepwise figures for an enhanced learning experience.

Surgery Of The Pelvic And Sacral Tumor

Author: Wei Guo
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9789402419436
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This book introduces the current state of surgical treatment in this particular location-sacrum and pelvis, presenting progress and innovation, describing in detail the related procedures. The book comprises three main parts, pelvic, sacral and typical cases. In each part, chapters are organized in a parallel fashion, with general considerations, surgical approaches and commonly used procedures. This helps to illustrate and detail the surgical techniques involved. This book is valuable for surgeons dealing with this challenging disease. Additionally, it summarizes and reinforces the previous knowledge of techniques in this field.

Surgery Of Pelvic Bone Tumors

Author: Pietro Ruggieri
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9783030770068
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Approaches to complex pelvic surgery have changed dramatically in recent years thanks to the development of the entire field of orthopedic surgery. This volume focuses on the mastery of diagnosis, management and operative techniques for tumors of the pelvis. It also provides a thorough understanding of how to select the best procedure, how to avoid complications, and what outcomes to expect. Written by experts from leading institutions around the globe, it is a comprehensive reference on treating the full range of musculoskeletal tumors frequently encountered in the pelvis. It offers an overview and an update on the epidemiology, principles of initial assessment, clinical presentation and imaging characteristics of pelvic tumors, guiding clinicians through key questions for developing a differential diagnosis and selecting the appropriate surgical technique. This book is an indispensable resource for orthopedists, oncologists, as well as radiologists and pathology specialists treating patients with bone and soft-tissue tumors.

Surgical Management Of Advanced Pelvic Cancer

Author: Desmond Winter
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1119518407
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An innovative guide to the practice of pelvic exenterative surgery for the management of advanced pelvic neoplasms Exenterative surgery plays an important role in the management of advanced pelvic cancer. However, while a large body of evidence regarding outcomes following pelvic exenteration now exists, practical strategies and management options remain unclear. Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer addresses this problem by assembling world-leaders in the field to provide insights into the latest techniques and best practices. It includes detailed coverage of: Surgical anatomy Operative approaches and exenterative techniques Reconstruction options Current evidence on survival and quality of life outcomes Featuring essential information for those managing patients with advanced pelvic neoplasms, Surgical Management of Advanced Pelvic Cancer consolidates the latest data and practical advice in one indispensable guide.

Pelvic Cancer Surgery

Author: Marvin J. Lopez
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Radical And Reconstructive Gynecologic Cancer Surgery

Author: Robert E. Bristow
Editor: McGraw Hill Professional
ISBN: 0071808108
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Learn how to perform the full range of radical pelvic procedures with this comprehensive text and atlas Radical and Reconstructive Gynecologic Cancer Surgery is the first text to encompass the full range of extirpative and reconstructive surgical procedures required to treat locally advanced and recurrent pelvic cancers. It is a unique blend of clinical best practices and a detailed surgical atlas with numerous high-quality photographs and illustrations. The book reflects the integrated multidisciplinary team approach necessary for the effective management of these cancers. The surgical chapters follow a consistent presentation that includes background, indications and clinical applications, anatomical considerations, preoperative preparation, surgical procedure, postoperative care, and long-term outcomes. Radical and Reconstructive Gynecologic Cancer Surgery is divided into three main parts: PART 1 covers the historical evolution of radical pelvic surgical procedures and provides an anatomical review of pertinent pelvic and abdominal visceral, vascular, and bony structures as a foundation for the detailed descriptions and illustrations of the surgical procedures that follow. PART 2 consists of the extirpative procedures organized by system, physiology, and anatomic region in a text and atlas format. The detailed illustrations are complemented by operative photographs that emphasize the practical or "how-to" aspects of each procedure. PART 3 includes comprehensive coverage of the full range of reconstructive procedures and surgical options available to optimize patient outcomes, as well as a chapter on rehabilitation, quality of life issues, and symptom management.

Multimodal Treatment Of Recurrent Pelvic Colorectal Cancer

Author: Giovanni Maria Romano
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 8847057671
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This book analyzes all aspects of modern multimodal treatment of locally recurrent rectal cancer in the pelvis in order to offer a panoramic overview of the different therapeutic options and enable the reader to balance their benefits and drawbacks. Indications for surgery and the surgical techniques themselves, including reconstruction techniques after major exenterative surgery, are clearly described and evaluated. The role of new imaging tools, such as MRI and PET-CT, in staging recurrences and guiding therapy is assessed and detailed consideration is given to the use of neoadjuvant and iterative radiotherapy and the indications for systemic chemotherapy. Morbidity, mortality, oncologic outcomes, and quality of life issues are carefully analyzed and options for pain control and palliation are examined. Finally, a national survey is presented on the state of the art in the surgical treatment of locally recurrent rectal cancer in Italy. While there has been a dramatic fall in the incidence of local pelvic recurrences, their treatment remains a major clinical challenge which requires a multidisciplinary approach and careful selection of the most appropriate strategy in each case. This book will aid practitioners in making the correct decisions in individual patients.

Pelvic Surgery And Treatment For Cancer

Author: Paul H. Sugarbaker
Editor: Mosby Incorporated
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Surgery Of Pelvic Bone Tumors

Author: Pietro Ruggieri
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 3030770079
File Size: 76,15 MB
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Approaches to complex pelvic surgery have changed dramatically in recent years thanks to the development of the entire field of orthopedic surgery. This volume focuses on the mastery of diagnosis, management and operative techniques for tumors of the pelvis. It also provides a thorough understanding of how to select the best procedure, how to avoid complications, and what outcomes to expect. Written by experts from leading institutions around the globe, it is a comprehensive reference on treating the full range of musculoskeletal tumors frequently encountered in the pelvis. It offers an overview and an update on the epidemiology, principles of initial assessment, clinical presentation and imaging characteristics of pelvic tumors, guiding clinicians through key questions for developing a differential diagnosis and selecting the appropriate surgical technique. This book is an indispensable resource for orthopedists, oncologists, as well as radiologists and pathology specialists treating patients with bone and soft-tissue tumors.

Surgery Of The Pelvic And Sacral Tumor

Author: Wei Guo
Editor: Springer Nature
ISBN: 9402419454
File Size: 46,12 MB
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This book introduces the current state of surgical treatment in this particular location-sacrum and pelvis, presenting progress and innovation, describing in detail the related procedures. The book comprises three main parts, pelvic, sacral and typical cases. In each part, chapters are organized in a parallel fashion, with general considerations, surgical approaches and commonly used procedures. This helps to illustrate and detail the surgical techniques involved. This book is valuable for surgeons dealing with this challenging disease. Additionally, it summarizes and reinforces the previous knowledge of techniques in this field.

The Current Role Of Ultraradical Surgery In The Treatment Of Pelvic Cancer

Author: Eugene M. Bricker
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Cervical Cancer Contemporary Management

Author: Shalini Rajaram
Editor: JAYPEE BROTHERS PUBLISHERS
ISBN: 9350256746
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Cervical Cancer: Contemporary Management is indeed a state-of-the-art textbook on cervix cancer. The contents are organized into 8 sections and 33 chapters with the latter consistently and sequentially structured with an initial outline, introduction, descriptive but focused narrative complemented by quality figures, diagrams, tables and photographs and supported by contemporary references affording ease of access to appropriate resource information. This may be the only book of its kind comprehensively addressing all aspects of cervical cancer beginning with screening, diagnosis and management of pre-invasive disease which includes screening in low resource countries, recent advances in screening technology, HPV carcinogenesis, molecular markers and of course primary prevention with HPV vaccination. Staging protocols, imaging techniques and sentinel node evaluation have been discussed in detail. Surgical management of cervical cancer is complete in all respects. All surgical techniques ranging from radical trachelectomy, radical abdominal hysterectomy, laparoscopic nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy, radical vaginal hysterectomy and the complications of surgery are described in detail. Emphasis in many chapters is on nerve-sparing radical hysterectomy which is known to reduce bladder, rectal and sexual dysfunction postoperatively. Postradiation hysterectomy and pelvic exenterations have been extensively covered. Renowned national and international surgeons have contributed well-written chapters which speak for their experience and expertise. Likewise, the radiation arm of cancer cervix therapy is extensive and ranges from radiation therapy: principles and techniques, chemoradiation, neoadjuvant chemotherapy, management of recurrent disease by both chemotherapy and radiation and interstitial brachytherapy. Image-guided techniques and treatment planning have been described wherever appropriate. This book is valuable and finds itself on the bookshelves of all those who practice gynecologic oncology, postgraduate students and fellows specializing in this field.

Exenterative Surgery Of The Pelvis

Author: John S. Spratt
Editor: W.B. Saunders Company
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Surgery Of Genitourinary Pelvic Tumors

Author: J. Edson Pontes
Editor: Wiley-Liss
ISBN: 9780471588313
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Surgery of Genitourinary Pelvic Tumors An Anatomic Atlas J. Edson Pontes, M.D. This atlas provides a uniquely accessible resource for the latest procedures in urological oncologic surgery of the pelvic region. Extensively illustrated with detailed pen-and-ink drawings, the book covers various surgical techniques with a presentation that is comprehensible, practical, and uniform throughout. The book opens with a thorough review of the anatomy of the pelvis, integrating bony structures and ligaments, muscles, blood vessels and lymphatics, nerves and plexuses, and urogenital organs. Subsequent sections address specific surgical approaches to pelvic urologic tumors. Each operative procedure covered is illustrated with step-by-step drawings that are annotated with concise descriptions of the rationale underlying the procedures, the different techniques involved, and potential complications or pitfalls. This atlas is organized into sections addressing: anatomy of the pelvis surgery of the bladder and lower ureter urinary diversion operations for urinary fistulas radical prostatectomy surgery for penile and urethral cancers reconstruction of the urinary tract during surgery for rectal tumors pelvic sarcomas. With its concise commentary and superbly detailed illustrations, Surgery of Genitourinary Pelvic Tumors: An Anatomic Atlas will prove an extremely useful resource for urologists, oncologic surgeons and all other surgeons involved in the management of pelvic urologic tumors.

Description Of Patients With Early Stage Cervical Cancer Treated With Surgery Fellowship Experience At The Uganda Cancer Institute

Author: Miriam Nakalembe
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ObjectiveTo describe the fellowship experience of managing patients with early stage Cervical cancer treated with surgery at the Uganda Cancer Institute.Methods and findingsRetrospective Analysis of patients operated with cancer of the cervix uteri over a period of one year of fellowship training in Gyn oncology was done. Information was extracted from patient files and found that; A total of thirty five (35) radical hysterectomy with pelvic lymphnode dissection were carried out. The youngest age was 24yrs and the oldest 71years with median age of 48.5 years, commonest histotype was squamous cell carcinoma, average hospital stay was 5 days.Of the 35 surgeries, five (14.2%) were post neoadjuvant chemotherapy(NAC) treated patients who had received NAC during the crisis when radiotherapy services were interrupted.Of the five post NAC patients, three were FIGO stage 2A while two were FIGO stage 2B. Out of the thirty patients who had primary surgery for cancer of the cervix, one patient had surgery abandoned after being upstaged to stage 2B yet one patient died on table towards the end of surgery. The remaining twenty nine (83%) had complete surgery as planned.The commonest stage was stage 1B1 accounting for twenty one (60%) patients followed by 1A2 five (14%) patients,1B2 three (8.6%) patients and no patient with 1A1 disease. Atleast one ovary was left in only three (8.6) of the patients operated and the rest had bilateral salpingo-ophorectomy.Lymphnode Pathology report post hysterectomy was done in only seven (20%) patients and these were negative while excision margins were commented on in six (17%) patients as free and in the rest they were not reported.Stromal invasion was commented on among eleven (31%) patients and of these ten 10 had evidence of stromal invasion but with no objectively measured depth of invasion.Out of the 35 surgeries, a fellow was a primary surgeon in 16 (46%) of the cases and first assistant in the rest of the cases.Conclusion: Radical surgery can be offered for patients with early cancer of the cervix but there is need for pathological analysis post-surgery to comment on more parameters that can aid in adjuvant treatment.

Textbook Of Gynecologic Robotic Surgery

Author: Alaa El-Ghobashy
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319634291
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This book is not only a compilation of the knowledge and experiences of the best robotic surgeons around the world, but it has also incorporated the recent advances and updates in Gynaecological surgery. It is designed to provide a detailed guide to common robotic Gynaecologic procedures for the purpose of helping novice surgeons in their transition to robotic surgery and seasoned robotic surgeons to refine their surgical technique and expand their repertoire of robotic procedures. The descriptive, step-by-step, text is complimented by figures, intraoperative photographs and videos detailing the nuances of each procedure. Emphasis is placed on operative setup, instrument and equipment needs and surgical techniques for both the primary surgeon as well as the operative assistant. This volume will provide unique insights into robotic Gynaecologic surgery and reduce the learning curve of accomplishing these increasingly popular procedures.

Coloproctology

Author: John Beynon
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319559575
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The topics covered in this book have been specifically chosen to give guidance to surgeons established in practice and those embarking on their careers. Examples include the changing management in the treatment of the catastrophic abdominal wall, perianal Crohn’s disease in the biological era, decision making in rectal cancer that responds to radiotherapy, and the assessment of outcomes in colorectal cancer surgery. Recent years have seen the introduction of technical advances with respect to robotics in colorectal surgery and trans-anal total meso-rectal excision, and which are rapidly becoming established in clinical practice. Chapters also cover those aspects of colorectal practice, which are common to all, and provide guidance on management of topics including complications of radiotherapy, management of pouch dysfunction and iatrogenic complications in pelvic cancer surgery.

Cervical Cancer

Author: Jaime G. de la Garza-Salazar
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 3319452312
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This book provides readers with a thorough review on cervical cancer, treatment guidelines and emerging therapies available for the disease. It reviews the epidemiology clinical features, diagnosis, and medical management of cervical cancer. Given the increasing need for preventive strategies, treatment optimization with collaborative and integrative work, this book improves the actual and integral knowledge in this neoplasm. Given the high prevalence of this disease in Latin America, this is an important text for clinicians in this region. This book outlines the state of the art in cervical cancer treatments and is an indispensable companion for oncologists, gynecologists, surgeons and medical students.

Shaw S Textbook Of Operative Gynaecology E Book

Author: Marcus E Setchell
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 8131234819
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Chapters that are new or radically changed include the opening chapter on the Health Needs of Women in a Changing Society; Teaching and Learning Surgical Techniques; and chapters on Minimal Access Surgery, which are richly illustrated by remarkable photographic images. Chapters on Pelvic Floor and Cancer Surgery retain well-established operative procedures where relevant, but include accounts of exciting newer techniques, such as robotic surgery. Up to the minute chapters on Radiology, Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy are provided by colleagues from these specialties who now form part of modern multidisciplinary teams. The 6th Edition, which appeared in 2001, reflected the growing replacement of conventional abdominal and vaginal surgery with radiological interventions, endoscopic surgery and medical treatments. The last 10 years have seen worldwide acceptance of the benefits of less invasive gynaecological procedures, allowing ever shorter stay in hospital and quicker recovery for the patient, but often with the use of much more expensive and complex technological equipment. At the same time, there has been an increasing trend towards super-specialisation so that in many parts of the world gynaecologists focus on a narrower field of activity. Specialists need to be aware of these developments even though the individual gynaecologist may carry out only a limited range of operations or therapies. The structure of the book has been changed radically, separating benign from malignant conditions, congenital from acquired, and with a strong emphasis on patient choice, safety and prevention of complications.

Surgery For Gynecologic Cancer

Author: Mikio Mikami
Editor: Springer
ISBN: 9811315191
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This comprehensive volume provides exhaustive interpretations of surgery for gynecologic cancer. In these chapters, expert authors expound the history, principles and indications, preoperative evaluations, techniques, morbidity, and the future prospects for each surgical procedure. Also included are comparisons of the training systems of gynecologic surgeons in Japan and the USA. Recently, minimally invasive surgeries such as laparoscopic and robotic approaches have been introduced into the gynecologic oncology field. Readers will be interested to know the history, advances, and current status of gynecologic surgery in Japan. This collection methodically broadens understanding of new surgical methods with quality assurance aimed at saving the cancer patient’s life, from the point of view of gynecologic oncologists. Thus the book benefits not only experienced gynecologists, but also young physicians and all medical oncologists who are involved in gynecologic cancers.