Über den Autor
Alan J. Wein, MD, PhD(hon), FACS
Founders Professor and Chief of Urology, Director, Urology Residency Program, University of Pennsylvania Health System, Perelman School of Medicine, Perelman Center for Advanced Health, Philadelphia, PA, USA.
Karl-Erik Andersson, MD, PhD
AIAS, Aarhus Institute of Advanced Studies Aarhus University, Aarhus, Denmark.
Marcus Drake, MA (Cantab), DM (Oxon), FRCS(Urol)
University of Bristol and Bristol Urological Institute, Bristol, United Kingdom.
Roger R. Dmochowski, MD, MMHC
Vanderbilt University Medical Center, Department of Urologic Surgery, Nashville, TN, USA.
SECTION ONE: BASIC CONSIDERATIONS: NORMAL FUNCTION
Chapter 1 - Relevant Anatomy Physiology and Pharmacology - Karl-Erik Andersson
Chapter 2 - Normal and Abnormal Function: An Overview - Alan J. Wein
SECTION TWO: TYPES OF BLADDER DYSFUNCTION
Chapter 3 - The Impact of Neurologic Insult on the Lower Urinary Tract - Roger R. Dmochowski and Alex Gomelsky
Chapter 4 - Dysfunction in Anatomic Outlet Obstruction in Men - Thomas Renninson, Marcus Drake and Brian Andrew Parsons
Chapter 5 - Outlet Obstruction in Women - Thomas Renninson, Amit Mevcha and Brian Andrew Parsons
Chapter 6 - Bladder Pain Syndrome - Marcus Drake
Chapter 7 - Other Varieties of Dysfunction - Jonathan Williams
SECTION THREE: EVALUATION
Chapter 8 - Evaluation: History and Physical Examination; Imaging; Endoscopy - Alan J. Wein
Chapter 9 - Urodynamics - Marcus Drake
Chapter 10 - Special Tests - Jalesh N. Panicker and Marcus Drake
SECTION FOUR: MANAGEMENT
Chapter 11 - Behavioral Therapy - Alan J. Wein and Diane K. Newman
Chapter 12 - Urinary Catheters and Other Devices - Dev Mohan Gulur and Marcus Drake
Chapter 13 - Current Pharmacologic Treatment of Lower Urinary Tract Syndromes - Karl-Erik Andersson
Chapter 14 - Electrical Stimulation and Neuromodulation - Alex Gomelsky and Roger R. Dmochowski
Chapter 15 - Surgery for Bladder Outlet Obstruction in the Male - Alex Gomelsky and Roger R. Dmochowski
Chapter 16 - Surgery for Stress Urinary Incontinence and Pelvic Organ Prolapse - Alex Gomelsky and Roger R. Dmochowski
Chapter 17 - Surgery for Neuropathic Bladder Dysfunction - Alex Gomelsky and Roger R. Dmochowski
Chapter 18 - Urinary Diversion - Jonathan J. Aning and Hashim Hashim
Chapter 19 - Tissue Engineering for Neurogenic Bladder - Alex Gomelsky and Roger R. Dmochowski
SECTION FIVE: OTHER CONSIDERATIONS
Chapter 20 - Considerations in Older People - Emily J. Henderson
Chapter 21 - Adolescent Urology and Transitional Care - Andrew D. Baird
Chapter 22 - The Psychological Impact of Lower Urinary Dysfunction - Jackie Gordon and Marcus Drake.
Bladder Dysfunction in the Adult: The Basis for Clinical Management succinctly describes all that the healthcare professional needs to know when treating lower urinary tract symptoms. The book describes how to assess and treat every group of patients likely to be affected with bladder problems and the underlying mechanisms responsible. Women with stress incontinence, men with enlarged prostates, people with neurological disease and the elderly are all discussed in particular detail. For all professionals treating or learning to treat patients with urinary storage or voiding problems, the concise presentation and thorough coverage provides treatment recommendations and clear explanations.
Authored by recognized experts in their respective fields, Bladder Dysfunction in the Adult: The Basis for Clinical Management is a comprehensive resource that allows the reader to develop the knowledge, understanding and confidence to deal with the many clinical challenges of bladder dysfunction.
Succinct presentation and comprehensive coverage
Authored by recognized experts in their respective fields
Features instructive illustrations