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Operative hysteroscopy [electronic resource] : a practical guide / Thomas R�omer.

By: Romer, Thomas.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Berlin : De Gruyter, 2011Edition: 2nd ed.Description: 1 online resource (144 p.) : col. ill.ISBN: 9783110225006 (electronic bk.); 311022500X (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Hysteroscopy -- Methods -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Hysteroscopy | Uterus -- Surgery -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Medicine | HEALTH & FITNESS / Women's Health | MEDICAL / Reproductive Medicine & TechnologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Operative Hysteroscopy : A Practical GuideDDC classification: 618.1/407545 | 618.1407545 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 Indications for operative hysteroscopy; 3 Instrumentation and technical equipment; 4 Positioning, preparation of surgery and ergonomics; 5 Technique and procedure of operative hysteroscopy; 6 Staff requirements; 7 Surgical interventions; 7.1 Septum dissection; 7.2 Intrauterine adhesiolysis; 7.3 Myoma resection; 7.4 Polyp resection; 7.5 Endometrial ablation/-resection; 7.6 Alternative techniques of endometrial ablation; 7.7 Special features of the bipolar surgical technique; 8 General complications of operative hysteroscopy: management and prevention.
8.1 Perforation8.2 Intra- and postoperative bleedings; 8.3 Infections; 8.4 TUR-syndrome (Transurethral resection syndrome); 8.5 Burns; 8.6 Air embolism; 8.7 Frequency of complications; 9 Special clinical cases; 9.1 Hysteroscopic surgery of a hemihaematometra; 9.2 Hysteroscopic resection of large residual placenta; 9.3 Myoma resection of a leiomyosarcoma; 10 Summary; 11 Further reading; 12 Index.
Summary: Operative hysteroscopy represents an important extension of operative gynaecology. The benefits of this endoscopic technique, however, are balanced by its high demands on the operator. It requires excellent knowledge of safety issues and possible complications. This book acts as guide and resource for the practical acquisition of this technique. This new edition is distinguished by the large number of improved color illustrations and incorporation of the newest scientific findings.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Abbreviations; 1 Introduction; 2 Indications for operative hysteroscopy; 3 Instrumentation and technical equipment; 4 Positioning, preparation of surgery and ergonomics; 5 Technique and procedure of operative hysteroscopy; 6 Staff requirements; 7 Surgical interventions; 7.1 Septum dissection; 7.2 Intrauterine adhesiolysis; 7.3 Myoma resection; 7.4 Polyp resection; 7.5 Endometrial ablation/-resection; 7.6 Alternative techniques of endometrial ablation; 7.7 Special features of the bipolar surgical technique; 8 General complications of operative hysteroscopy: management and prevention.

8.1 Perforation8.2 Intra- and postoperative bleedings; 8.3 Infections; 8.4 TUR-syndrome (Transurethral resection syndrome); 8.5 Burns; 8.6 Air embolism; 8.7 Frequency of complications; 9 Special clinical cases; 9.1 Hysteroscopic surgery of a hemihaematometra; 9.2 Hysteroscopic resection of large residual placenta; 9.3 Myoma resection of a leiomyosarcoma; 10 Summary; 11 Further reading; 12 Index.

Operative hysteroscopy represents an important extension of operative gynaecology. The benefits of this endoscopic technique, however, are balanced by its high demands on the operator. It requires excellent knowledge of safety issues and possible complications. This book acts as guide and resource for the practical acquisition of this technique. This new edition is distinguished by the large number of improved color illustrations and incorporation of the newest scientific findings.

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