Jay Y. Gillenwater MD, John T. Grayhack MD, Stuart S.'s Adult and Pediatric Urology (3-Volume Set) PDF

By Jay Y. Gillenwater MD, John T. Grayhack MD, Stuart S. Howards MD, Michael E. Mitchell MD

ISBN-10: 0781732204

ISBN-13: 9780781732208

The completely up-to-date Fourth version of this vintage three-volume paintings is a complete, basic reference on all surgical and clinical features of urology. the 1st volumes disguise grownup urology; the 3rd quantity focuses completely on pediatric urology. All chapters stick to a constant, easy-to-read type of presentation.This version beneficial properties new chapters on bladder melanoma, office-based urology, and substitute drugs in urology. increased insurance of prostate sickness contains PSA checking out and nerve-sparing surgical procedure for prostate melanoma. different Fourth version highlights comprise multiplied assurance of male sexual disorder, imaging reviews, and an absolutely reorganized and up-to-date quantity on pediatric urology.A CD-ROM certain into the broadcast text offers one-click entry to the complete textual content and illustrations within the 3 volumes--plus movies exhibiting dynamic perspectives of surgeries.

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56 and Fig. 57). The veins of the pelvic part of the ureter reach the veins accompanying the arteries either directly or by way of the venous plexuses of the pelvis (vesical, prostatic, uterine, and vaginal plexuses). The lymph vessels of the pelvic ureter drain into the regional lymph nodes on the pelvic wall: the external iliac, internal iliac, interiliac, and common iliac nodes. The nerves of the pelvic ureter form dense networks in the adventitia, muscular wall, and mucosal layer of the ureter.

55). 55. Anatomic approach to the suprahilar lymph node dissection, view from the right side. The superior mesenteric artery is identified at the point where it crosses over the left renal vein (Fig. 55). Care must be taken to prevent excessive tension on this artery and to preclude injury to it by a retractor because it serves as a vascular pedicle for the small and large bowels. Therefore pads are placed on the pancreas and the pedicle of the superior mesenteric artery. Dissection of the crura is started at the base of this pedicle and, on completion of the infrahilar node dissection, should be continued to the suprahilar region.

It binds the prostate and bladder to the anterior pelvic wall. The paracystic connective tissue (bladder retinaculum) passes to the bladder from the lateral pelvic wall. Between the paracystic connective tissue and pararectal connective tissue (rectal retinaculum) is the rectovesical septum, which represents the central portion of the lateral neurovascular sheath. Loose connective tissue occupies the spaces between the condensations of the neurovascular sheaths and visceral fasciae. The prevesical space located between the anterior abdominal wall and bladder is bounded anteriorly by the transversalis fascia and posteriorly by the vesical fascia.

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