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and lnferti Iity,VOLUME EDITORS SERIES EDITORS,IMPOTENCE SECTION E Darracott Vaughan Jr MD. Tom F Lue MD Professor,Department of Urology,joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and. Department of Urology, Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University. University of California San Francisco,james j Colt Professor and Chairman. Chief of Urology,Department of Urology,Mt Zion Hospital.
New York Presbyterian Hospital,San Francisco California. New York New York,INFERTILITY SECTION Aaron P Perlmutter MD PhD. Marc Goldstein MD Assistant Professor,Department of Urology. Professor Joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and. Department of Urology Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University. joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and Assistant Attending Urologist. Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University New York Presbyterian Hospital. Director Center for Male Reproductive Medicine New York New York. and Microsurgery,Department of Urology,New York Presbyterian Hospital. Staff Scientist, Center for Biomedical Research The Population Council.
New York New York,With 26 Contributors,Developed by Springer Science Business Media LLC. Springer Science Business Media LLC,Director of Product Development Lori j Bainbridge. Editorial Supervisor Susan L Hunsberger,Developmental Editor jennifer Wood. Editorial Assistant Teresa Medaglia,Associate Art Director Jerilyn Bockorick. Design and layout jerilyn Bockorick,lllustration Director Ann Saydlowski.
lllustrators Debra Wertz Wiesia Langenfeld Lisa Weischedel. Cover Design Jerilyn Bockorick,Cover lllustration Debra Wertz. Production Lori Holland Amy Giuffi Constance Copeland. lndexing Holly Lukens, Impotence and infertility volume editors Tom F Lue Mare Goldstein. with 26 contributors,p cm Adas of clinica urology v 1. Indudes bibliographic references and index, 1 Impotence Adases 2 Infertility Atlases I Lue Tom F IL Goldstein Mare III Series. DNLM 1 lmpotence physiopathology atlases 2 Impotence therapy atlases 3 Infertility. Male physiopathology atlases 4 Infertility Male therapy atlases WJ 17 A8615 1999 v 1. RC872 A87 1999 vol 1,616 6 92 dc21,DNLM DLC 98 10894.
for Library of Congress CIP, Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data. ISBN 978 1 4757 0803 5 ISBN 978 1 4613 1105 8 eBook. DOI 10 1007 978 1 4613 1105 8,1999 by Springer Science Business Media New York. Originally published by Current Medicine ne in 1999. Softcover reprint of thc hardcover l st edition 1999. All rights reserved No part of this publication may be reproduced. stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any form by any means electronic mechanical photo. copying recording or otherwise without prior consent of the publisher. Although every effort has been made to ensure that drug doses and other information are presented. accurately in this publication the ultimate responsibility rests with the prescribing physician Neither. the publishers nor the author can be held responsible for errors or for any consequence arising from the. use of the information contained therein Any product mentioned in this publication should be used in. accordance with the prescribing information prepared by the manufacturers No daims or endorse. ments are made for any drug or compound at present under clinica investigation. SERIES PREFACE, As urology enters the 21st century it is appropriate that the Atlas of vena caval surgery are clearly illustrated and are combined with. Clinical Urology series captures and explains the major areas of an understanding of the appropriate patient populations for these. modern urologic practice using a unique combination of images procedures This section also includes the management of benign. schematics tables and algorithms It does so in a compelling and malignant adrenal disorders Michael Marberger has assem. fashion by combining a multilevel approach that includes the indi bled an extremely diverse and important set of noncancerous. vidual volumes and the internet Urology is a specialty of great diseases of the kidney Nephrolithiasis management is covered. breadth and visual images provide much of the backbone of from medical therapy to endoscopy to incisional surgery The. urologic diagnosis and endoscopy and are key to surgical tech important role that laparoscopy has established in both excisional. nique The increasingly complex diagnostic and treatment paths are and reconstructive renal surgery is visually depicted and. best depicted and understood as visual algorithms explained The evolution of the techniques illustrated in this. The editors of this five volume series have not only contributed section will likely provide the basis for renal intervention in the. their world renowned expertise to the chapters but have also 21 st century. assembled an outstanding group of individual chapter authors Bladder diseases cause many patients to seek urologic care In. Together they provide each volume with completeness depth Voume IV Donald Skinner and John Stein have assembled state of. and most important in this age of rapidly expanding science and the art contributions in the management of bladder and urethral. technology current urologic thinking cancer The combination of a better understanding of bladder. In Volume I Tom Lue and his contributors cover the expanding cancer and new options in surgical urinary diversions is changing. area of impotence from anatomic considerations through many of the management of bladder cancer The role of surgery and. the new treatment modalities As our population ages urologists surgical approaches to bladder cancer are illustrated in this. are evaluating and treating an expanding number of impotent volume by the innovative surgeons who contributed chapters to. patients This section provides an excellent understanding and the section Voiding dysfunction and incontinence as well as. practical approach In the second half of Volume I Marc Goldstein inflammatory and infectious conditions of the bladder are covered. and his expert colleagues provide a beautiful series of images that by Alan Wein s section The excellent contributions to this section. depict the important aspects of reproductive anatomy and provide an illustrated understanding of the neuromuscular func. endocrinology as well as detailed surgical schematics demon tion of the lower urinary tract and the images reproduced in this. strating the ever evolving standard surgery for infertility in addi volume allow an easy understanding of the diagnosis and manage. tion to new assisted reproduction techniques ment of incontinence inflammatory conditions and fistulae. It would be fair to say that the 1990s are the decade of the Volume V covers the diversity of pediatric urology under the. prostate and Volume II captures the paradigm changes that editorship of Dix Poppas and Alan Retik This volume provides. occurred in the management of both prostate cancer and benign images illustrating the most important diseases that confront the. disease Management of prostate cancer is challenging and the pediatric urologist In addition the changes in management and. section by Peter Scardino provides a clear concise factual back thinking in classic conditions such as vesi coureteral reflux and. ground for understanding prostate cancer and the myriad of treat neurogenic vesical dysfunction are illustrated This volume will. ment options John McConnell s section on noncancerous diseases not only be of great value to the practicing pediatric urologist. provides the background for understanding the new treatment but also to general urologists as well as pediatricians and pedi. modalities avai lable for benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH The atric nephrologists. choices of pharmacologic management and device therapies These section editors and authors deserve tremendous credit for. continue to challenge even the most seasoned urologist and the this Atlas of Clinical Urology which was initiated by Abe Krieger. diagnostic and treatment schematics provided in the section have President of Current Medicine We thank Abe the developmental. been constructed by leaders in the field editors and the excellent illustrators of Current Medicine for their. Renal carcinoma is covered in Volume Ill by section editor outstanding efforts. Andrew Novick Radiologic images play an increasing role in our. diagnosis and management of renal cancer and the visual image E Darracott Vaughan Jr. format of the Atlas is ideal The challenges of nephron sparing and Aaron P Perlmutter. CONTRIBUTORS,Richard E Berger MD Milton M Lakin MD FACP. Professor Head Section of Medical Urology,Department of Urology Department of Urology.
University of Washington Cleveland Clinic Foundation. Seattle Washington Cleveland Ohio,Ahmed I EI Sakko MD Philip Shihua Li MD. Assistant Professor Lecturer in Urology,Department of Urology Department of Urology. Suez Canal University Joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and. lsmalia Egypt Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University. Director of Microsurgical Training and Research, Sarah K Girardi MD Center for Male Reproductive Medicine and Microsurgery. Assistant Professor New York Presbyterian Hospital. Department of Urology New York New York,Joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and. Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University Lorry I Lipshultz MD. Assistant Attending Urologist Chief Division of Male Reproductive Medicine and Surgery. New York Presbyterian Hospital Professor of Urology. New York New York Scott Department of Urology,Baylor College of Medicine.
Irwin Goldstein MD Houston Texas,Professor of Urology. Department of Urology Gerold J Matthews MD, Boston University School of Medicine Assistant Professor. Boston Massachusetts Department of Urology,New York Medical College. Aizid I Hoshmot MD MBBS Urological Faculty Associates. Professor Valhalla NewYork,Department of Urology, State University of New York Health Stewart W McCallum MD FRCSC. Sciences Center at Brooklyn Assistant Professor,Chairman Department of Urology.
Department of Urology Stanford University,The Brooklyn Hospital Center Stanford California. Brooklyn New York,Arnold Melman MD, Jeremy Heaton MD FRCSC FACS Chairman and Professor. Professor Department of Urology, Department of Urology Albert Einstein College of Medici ne. Queen s University Chairman and Professor,Professor Montefiore Medical Center. Kingston General Hospital New York New York,Kingston Ontario Canada.
Drogo K Montague MD,Jonathan P Jarow MD Professor of Surgery Urology. Associate Professor Department of Urology, Department of Urology Cleveland Clinic Foundation Health. Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine Sciences Center of Ohio State University. Baltimore Maryland Director,Center for Sexual Function. Edward D Kim MD Cleveland Clinic Foundation,Assistant Professor Cleveland Ohio. Scott Department of Urology,Baylor College of Medicine.
Houston Texas,Alvaro Morales MD FRCSC FACS Jamil Rehman MD. Professor Resident,Department of Urology Department of Urology. Queen s University Albert Einstein College of Medicine. Professor Montefiore Medical Center,Kingston General Hospital New York New York. Kingston Ontario Canada,Kenneth P Roberts PhD,John J Mulcahy MD PhD FACS Assistant Professor. Professor Department of Urologic Surgery,Department of Urology University of Minnesota.
Indiana University Minneapolis Minnesota,Professor of Urology. Indiana University Medical Center Peter N SchlegeL MD. Indianapolis Indiana Associate Professor,Department of Urology. John P Mulhall MD joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and. Assistant Professor Graduate School of Medical Sciences of Cornell University. Department of Urology Associate Attending Urologist. Loyola University New York Presbyterian Hospital,Maywood Illinois New York New York. Harin Padma Nathan MD Ronald J Zagoria MD,Clinical Professor Professor. Department of Urology Department of Radiology, University of Southern California Wake Forest University.
Beverly Hills California Director,Division of Uroradiology. Jon L Pryor MD Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center. Associate Professor Winston Salem North Carolina,Departments of Urologic Surgery Cell Biology. and Neuroanatomy and Obstetrics and Gynecology,University of Minnesota. Minneapolis Minnesota,IMPOTENCE SECTION,Introduction Tom F Lue. Pathophysiology of Erectile Dysfunction,ami Rehman and Arnold Melman.
Central Nervous System Pathway Involved in Penile Erection and Flaccidity 1 5. Mechanism of Penile Erection and Flaccidity 1 9,Psychogenic Erectile Dysfunction 1 10. Arteriogenic Erectile Dysfunction 1 13,Venogenic Erectile Dysfunction 1 13. Office Diagnostic Testing,Drago K Montague and Milton M Lakin. Rationale for Diagnostic Evaluation 2 2,Classification of Male Sexual Dysfunctions 2 2. History 2 2,Physical Examination 2 3,Laboratory Blood and Urine Tests 2 4.
Specialized Testing for Erectile Dysfunction 2 4,Nocturnal Penile Tumescence Testing 2 6. Suggested Protocol for Erectile Dysfunction Work up 2 7. Overview ofTreatment Options Following Diagnosis 2 8. Vascular Arterial and Venous Assessment of Erectile Dysfunction. Harin Padma Nathan,Nonsurgical Treatments for Erectile Dysfunction. ClinicalATLAS OF Urology VOLUME I Impotence and lnferti I ity VOLUME EDITORS IMPOTENCE SECTION Tom F Lue MD Professor Department of Urology University of California San Francisco Chief of Urology Mt Zion Hospital San Francisco California INFERTILITY SECTION Marc Goldstein MD Professor Department of Urology joan and Sanford I Weill Medical College and Graduate School of Medical

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