0-8247-0477-0 This up-to-the-minute reference provides comprehensive coverage of the male and female sphincteric mechanisms and their connection to the pelvic floor as well as upper and lower urinary tract function-emphasizing modern approaches to the epidemiology, diagnosis, and treatment of abnormalities including incontinence, hypertonicity, retention, dyssynergia, and the overactive sphincter. Highlights state-of-the-art clinical, urodynamic, electrophysiological, and imaging techniques such as ultrasonographic explorations of the female urethra! Detailing lifestyle interventions, physiotherapy, disposable devices, and pharmacological therapeutics, The Urinary Sphincter covers observations in embryology and infancy that contribute to pathological phenomena in adults genital prolapse in females recent developments in the engineering and the mechanisms of action of artificial sphincters, stents, and slings, as well as surgery, injectible techniques, and various sling procedures neuromodulation and neurostimulation of urethrovesical function contemporary surgical approaches for coordinated bladder function reports from the International Continence Society on the methodology, standardization of terminology, and complications related to urethrovesical function and dysfunction and more! Furnishing practical algorithms and nearly 3000 useful references, tables, equations, photographs, and drawings, The Urinary Sphincter is an invaluable and authoritative source for urologists, gynecologists, neurologists, physiatrists, physiologists, pharmacologists, physiotherapists, and medical students in these disciplines. From the foreword......presents a detailed and systematic account of our current knowledge on the anatomy, physiology, functional relations, and range of dysfunctions that affect the urinary sphincter.-Paul Abrams, Bristol Urological Institute, Southmead Hospital, EnglandANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGYThe Urinary Sphincter as Part of an Anatomical EntityEmbryogenesis of the SphincterBarry A. Kogan and Penelope A. LonghurstFunctional Anatomy of the Bladder and Urethra in FemalesFrancois Haab, Philippe Sebe, Fabrice Mondet, and Calin CiofuThe Male Striated Urethral Sphincter Robert P. MyersThe Urinary Sphincter as Part of a Functional EntityPhysiology of the Smooth Muscles of the Bladder and Urethra William H. TurnerPhysiology of the Striated Muscles of the Pelvic Floor John F. B. MorrisonThe Neural Control of Micturition and Urinary Continence Bertil F. M. Blok and Gert HolstegeThe Urinary Sphincter as Part of the Pelvic FloorThe Pelvic Floor: Lessons from Our Past Richard A. SchmidtThe Role of Connective Tissue at the Level of the Pelvic Floor Atsuo Kondo and Momokazu GotohThe Pelvic Floor in Infancy and Childhood Patrick H. McKenna and C. D. Anthony HerndonThe Aging Pelvic Floor Cara Tannenbaum, Louise Perrin, and George A. Kuchel DYSFUNCTIONAL URINARY SPHINCTEREpidemiology of the Dysfunctional Urinary SphincterAndrew K. Chung, Kenneth M. Peters, and Ananias C. DioknoPathophysiology of the Incompetent Urinary SphincterFirouz Daneshgari and Philippe E. ZimmernPathophysiology of the Hypertonic Sphincter or Hyperpathic UrethraDirk-Henrik Zermann, Manabu Ishigooka, and Richard A. Schmidt The Dyssynergic Sphincter Gerard Amarenco, Samer Sheikh Ismael, and Jean Marc SolerProlapse and Urethral Sphincteric DysfunctionSerge Peter Marinkovic, Kaven Baessler, and Stuart L. StantonEVALUATION OF THE URINARY SPHINCTERClinical EvaluationClinical History Line Leboeuf and Erik SchickPhysical Examination Erik SchickThe Voiding Diary Martine Jolivet-Tremblay and Erik SchickDetection and Quantification of Urine Loss: The Pad-Weighing TestErik Schick and Martine Jolivet-TremblayUrodynamic EvaluationUroflowmetry and Postvoid Residual Jerzy B. Gajewski and Mostafa E. AbdelmagidUrethral Pressure Profile Jerzy B. GajewskiLeak Point Pressure Jerzy B. GajewskiMultichannel Urodynamic and Videourodynamic Testing Victor W. Nitti and Young H. KimAmbulatory Urodynamic Monitoring Stephen C. Radley, Derek J. Rosario, and Christopher R. ChappleImaging and Electrophysiological EvaluationUltrasound Imaging of the Female Urinary Sphincter Bernard JacquetinVoiding Cystourethrography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Lower Urinary TractGary E. Lemack and Philippe E. ZimmernElectrophysiological Evaluation of Genitourinary Nervous Pathways Reinier-Jacques OpsomerTREATMENTSNonsurgical TreatmentsLifestyle Interventions in the Treatment of Urinary Incontinence Ingrid NygaardPelvic Floor Muscle Exercises Kari BoPelvic Floor Reeducation: A Practical Approach Claudia BrownIntermittent Catheterization Ananias C. Diokno and Bruce E. LundakTreatment of the Sphincter: Medical Therapy Scott E. LitwillerUrethral Injection Treatment for Stress Urinary Incontinence Elmer B. Pineda, Jr., and H. Roger HadleyThe Artificial Urinary SphincterSteven E. Mutchnik and Timothy B. BooneIntravaginal and Intraurethral Devices for Stress IncontinenceDavid R. Staskin, Roxane Gardner, and Matthew L. LemerSacral Nerve Neuromodulation and Its Effects on Urinary Sphincter Function J. L. H. Ruud BoschNeurostimulation Philip E. V. Van KerrebroeckSurgical TreatmentsSphincterotomy and Sphincter Stent Prosthesis PlacementDavid A. Rivas and Michael B. ChancellorSurgery for the Incompetent Urethral Sphincter: Bladder Neck Suspension Procedures Daniel S. Blander and Philippe E. ZimmernSurgical Reconstruction of the Bladder Neck Marc CendronThe Use of Artificial Material in Sling Surgery Matthew L. Lemer, Jong Myun Choe, and David R. StaskinFascial Slings Kathleen C. Kobashi and Gary E. LeachSYNTHESISManagement of the Incompetent Sphincter: A Synthesis Jacques Corcos and Erik SchickManagement of the Dyssynergic Sphincter: A Synthesis Erik Schick and Jacques CorcosManagement of the Hypertonic Sphincter or Hyperpathic Urethra Dirk-Henrik Zermann, Manabu Ishigooka, and Richard A. SchmidtICS REPORTS ON STANDARDIZATIONOverview of the ICS Standardization Reports Erik SchickList of the Reports of the ICS Committee on Standardization of Terminology of Lower Urinary Tract Function Appendix: Reports of the ICS CommitteeStandardization of Terminology of Lower Urinary Tract Function: Synthesis of First Six ReportsSeventh Report: Lower Urinary Tract Rehabilitation TechniquesStandardization of Terminology of Female Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Pelvic Floor Dysfunction Intestinal ReservoirsStandardization of Terminology of Lower Urinar

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