Diagnostic and Operative Hysteroscopy

by Enrique Cayuela Font, Tirso Pérez Medina

The aim of this book is to critically review different aspects of hysteroscopy with recognized experts from the United States and Europe. The main objective is to provide a balanced view of current clinical opinion and to review the rapidly expanding world of hysteroscopy. Describes extensively every aspect of hysteroscopy, including latest techniques with updated information from world renowned specialists in the field. Intended to be a reference book in the field of hysteroscopy because of the monographic and latest information provided in every aspect of both diagnostic and operative techniques. This book begins with an extensive review of the anatomy, histology, physiology, and pathology of the endocervix and uterine cavity. Then the role of the OR nurse and personnel is outlined setting out disinfection and sterilization guidelines for the different elements of the hysteroscopy. In the field of reproduction, synechiolysis or septolysis are well-known applications. Salpingoscopy, tubal cannulation, or hysteroscopic sterilization are examples of how this technique is continuously growing. The transcervical embryoscopy is also studied. When surgery is recommended, understanding the principles of electricity is essential. The specific anesthesia required for each technique is also outlined in another specific chapter. This book useful for PG students, general gynecologists, gynecologic endoscopists, specialists in human fertility disorders and practitioners.

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Book Detail

Editor
1. Font Enrique Cayuela
2. Medina Tirso Pérez
Editor's Affiliation
1. General Hospital, Barcelona, Spain
2. Universidad Autonoma De Madrid, Santa Cristina University Hospital, Madrid, Spain
ISBN
9788180619977
Speciality
Obstetrics and Gynecology,Surgery
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/10208
Edition
1/e
Publishing Year
2007
Pages
199
Book Type
Professional

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