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Urological Complications in Gynecological Surgery and Radiotherapy

Jurg Kunz

Urological Complications in Gynecological Surgery and Radiotherapy

Contributions to Gynecology and Obstetrics

by Jurg Kunz

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Published by S. Karger AG (Switzerland) .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Urology & urogenital medicine,
  • Surgery - General,
  • Urology,
  • Medical / Nursing

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12929472M
    ISBN 10380553759X
    ISBN 109783805537599

    Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology: December - Volume 58 - Issue 4 - p – doi: /GRF Controversies and Complications in Gynecology.   Pelvic exenteration (PE) is indicated in cases of unresponsive disease, recurrent pelvic cancer or for treatment with palliative intent. Despite the high rate of associated morbidity, it is currently the only real option for cure [1, 2].In gynaecology, this type of surgery is performed in patients who suffer from tumours of the cervix, vulva or vagina, being less commonly performed in patients Cited by: 3.

    The second edition of Complications of Female Incontinence and Pelvic Reconstructive Surgery should serve as a reference allowing the surgeon quick and ready access to information about the complications of female pelvic surgery procedures – including detail on how to . For Appointments Call: 08 ; Adelaide Oncology and Haematology, 89 Strangways Tce, North Adelaide SA

    COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus. onic surveys were distributed to OB/GYNs through the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada and to urologists through the Canadian Urological Association. Results Complete responses were collected from (41%) OB/GYNs and 39 (8%) urologists. Of the OB/GYN respondents, 57% were generalists (GEN), and 22% completed FPMRS fellowship training (FPMRS .


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Urological complications in gynecological surgery and radiotherapy. Kunz J. Urological complications in connection with gynaecologically or obstetrically indicated operations are rare and usually only of clinical importance when they are not recognized and treated during the operation or in the immediate postoperative by: 7.

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Urological Complications of Pelvic Surgery and Radiotherapy (Societe Internationale D'Urologie Reports)Cited by: 2. Get this from a library. Urological complications in gynecological surgery and radiotherapy.

[J Kunz]. Author(s): Kunz,J(Jürg) Title(s): Urological complications in gynecological surgery and radiotherapy/ Jürg Kunz. Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Basel ; New York: Karger, Gynecologic oncologists must understand the principles of multiple surgical disciplines, such as hepatobiliary surgery, urologic surgery, colorectal and intestinal surgery, and vascular surgery.

The goal of this chapter is to provide surgeons with the anatomic details of the abdomen and pelvis. Offering a comprehensive guide to both practising clinicians and students, the Oxford Textbook of Urological Surgery is a practical resource mapped to the curriculum for urological training as approved by the General Medical Council (GMC).

Bringing together the expertise of over specialists’ contributors in the field, this evidence-based volume covers all major areas, including. Urogenital System / Urinary System. Urological complications in gynecological surgery and radiotherapy treated at the Zürich University Gynaecological Clinic by surgery or radiotherapy.

urological complications of obstetrics and gynaecology practice. Method: This is a retrospectively study of patients who had obstetrics and gynaecology surgeries in the University of Port Harcourt.

Uterine prolapse. Biological grafts in pelvic surgery. Complications of synthetic mesh used to repair pelvic organ prolapse. Episiotomy and perineal repair. Primary repair of obstetric anal sphincter injuries. Surgery for fecal incontinence.

Rectal prolapse and other causes of fecal obstruction. Synthetic grafts in pelvic surgery. Other urological complications and pelvic radiotherapy.

The associations between urinary complications and pelvic radiotherapy were examined. The mean interval between pretreatment CT and the CT results at the last consultation was months (95% CI –) with a median of 62 months (range 0–, IQR 38–).Cited by: 1. By admin MEDICAL BOOKS 0 Comments Regulatory Toxicology, Third Edition This practical book provides toxicologists with essential information on the regulations that govern their jobs and products.

Regulatory Toxicology, Third Edition is an up-to-date guide to required safety assessment for the entire range of man-made marketed products. We reviewed urologic complications in patients who underwent radical abdominal hysterectomy for stage Ib–IIb cervical cancer. patients received adjuvant radiotherapy, and were available for urodynamic testing 1–14 years later.

The overall incidence of fistulas was %. Three of eight fistulas following surgery alone healed spontaneously; all fistulas following adjuvant Cited by:   Women with newly diagnosed gynecologic cancer will undergo treatment with surgery, radiation, or combination therapy. A considerable proportion of these women will develop urologic complications including urinary incontinence, urinary retention, radiation cystitis, ureteral stricture, or genitourinary fistula.

Diagnosis is typically made with a careful history, physical exam, endoscopy Author: Garrick Greear, Carolyn Lefkowits, Lisa M. Parrillo, Brian J. Flynn. T1 - Urologic complications of radiation therapy for gynecologic malignancies.

AU - Magrina, J. PY - /3/1. Y1 - /3/1. N2 - Urinary symptoms are not well correlated with histologic bladder alterations from irradiation. The most common sequelae of bladder irradiation are acute, chronic and hemorrhagic cystitis and vesicovaginal by: 4. common to gynecologic oncologic surgery was undertaken to identify trends by patient Unintended consequences: surgical complications in gynecologic cancer Sarah Horvath1, Erin George 1 & Thomas J Herzog* More t women in the USA will be diagnosed with a gynecologic malignancy in Most will undergo surgery for staging, treatment or.

Purpose: Urologic injuries occur frequently during surgery in the pelvic cavity. Inadequate diagnosis and treatment may lead to severe complications and side effects.

This investigation examined the clinical fe atures of urologic co mplications following obstetric and gynecologic surgery. Materials and Methods: We accumula obstetric. Complications specific to operative laparoscopy will be discussed in this chapter.

Scope of the Problem. Laparoscopic surgery has important advantages over laparotomy for the treatment of gynecologic conditions. There is a lower risk of surgical injury and postoperative complications, less postoperative pain, and a shorter hospital stay. Abstract. Background: Urological complications of obstetrics and gynaecology surgeries are associated with significant morbidity and occasional mortality.

Certain factors affect the prevalence and outcome of treatment. Aim: To evaluate the risk factors and outcome of treatment of urological complications of obstetrics and gynaecology practice. Method: This is a retrospectively study of. Initially there was a focus in colorectal surgery but more recently the concept has been embraced by many other specialties including orthopedics, esophagogastric, hepatobiliary, urology, gynecology, bariatric, head and neck, and thoracic and obstetrics surgeries.1 Of interest and relevance here is that gynecologic oncology surgery is major Author: William J Fawcett.

Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Urological Complications in General SurgeryAuthor: George Gilbert Smith. Urologic Complications from Surgery. Lower urinary tract injury during gynecologic surgery is relatively uncommon.

Bladder injuries are the most frequent urologic injury inadvertently caused by a surgeon. Bladder injuries usually are recognized and repaired immediately, and potential complications are typically minor.For all specialists, Atlas of Gynecologic Surgery is a standard, must-have reference on current methodology and clinical protocols in this rapidly evolving field.

Category: Obstetrics and Gynecology A groundwork and milestone for an innovative, trendsetting, and international school of thought in gynecology.Gynecological Surgery. Gynaecological surgery may be necessary for many reasons, including the removal of benign or malignant tumours, urogynaecological conditions (if they fail to respond to physiotherapy) and the treatment of problems related to fertility or ectopic pregnancy.

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