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Gynecologic Care

Gynecologic Care

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Howard Curlin, Lara Harvey, Anuja Vyas, Eduardo Lara Torre, Martin E. Olsen, Douglas H. Brown, Mark Woodland, Loriana Newman, Maggie Rosen, Manjusha Sahai, Christinne Canela, Jennifer M. Keller, Nancy Gaba, Beth Cronin, Ted Tsaltas, Tonya N. Thomas, J. Eric Jelovsek, Melanie Altizer, Suzanne Bush, Kimberly Manek, Sharon Seidel, Briana Phillips, Roxanne Vrees, Gary N. Frishman, Mark Ransom, Julie Zemaitis DeCesare, Brittney A. Williams, Elaine Stickrath, Emily Wu, Jill Danford, Wilma Larsen, Andrew F. Hundley, Lopa K. Pandya, Silpa Nekkanti, Pedro Miranda-Seijo, Scott D. Richard, Tommy R. Buchanan, Paul Kramer, Jori S. Carter, Micael Lopez-Acevedo, Victor M. Feldbaum, Katherine M. Moxley, Caroline C. Billingsley, Eric L. Eisenhauer, Stephanie A. Sullivan, Kenneth H. Kim, Arthur-Quan Tran, Kristin L. Bixel, Jeff Fowler, Lisa M. Barroilhet, Elizabeth A. Ferries-Rowe, Olukayode Akinlaja, George F. Sawaya, Claudette Jones Shephard, Linda Moses-Simmons, Ryan Nash, Britton Rink
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  • Publication planned for: January 2018
  • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2018
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107197633

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  • Gynecologic Care provides a succinct yet comprehensive discussion of critical knowledge required for gynecologists. Concise, easily accessible chapters allow the reader to quickly review essential material for patient care, or comprehensively study the modern management of gynecology. New residents can quickly cover the breadth of gynecology, while more experienced physicians will find the materials useful for review purposes. Each chapter covers key topics listed by the Committee for Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology. Gynecologic Care is part of a three book series which covers the breadth of the Obstetrics and Gynecology specialty. The other books in the series are Obstetric Care and Office Care of Women.

    • Presents comprehensive coverage for the breadth of gynecologic management
    • Along with the other books in the series, this covers the key topics listed by Committee for Resident Education in Obstetrics and Gynecology
    • Short chapters mean students can cover the entire breadth of obstetrics and gynecology in a short time with this series of books
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    • Publication planned for: January 2018
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107197633
    • dimensions: 246 x 189 mm
    • availability: Not yet published - available from January 2018
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Part I. Basic Gynecologic Care Issues:
    1. Surgical anatomy of the female pelvis Howard Curlin and Lara Harvey
    2. Female genital tract trauma: evaluation and management Anuja Vyas
    3. Bleeding disorders and anticoagulation Eduardo Lara Torre
    4. Healthcare of lesbian, bisexual, and transgender patients Martin E. Olsen
    Part II. Gynecologic Surgery:
    5. Laparotomy Douglas H. Brown
    6. Diagnostic laparoscopy Mark Woodland
    7. Operative laparoscopy Loriana Newman and Maggie Rosen
    8. Hysteroscopy Manjusha Sahai and Eduardo Lara Torre
    9. Permanent female sterilization Christinne Canela and Eduardo Lara Torre
    10. Vaginal hysterectomy Jennifer M. Keller and Nancy Gaba
    11. Abdominal hysterectomy Beth Cronin
    12. Laparoscopic hysterectomy Ted Tsaltas
    13. Robotic surgery Tonya N. Thomas and J. Eric Jelovsek
    14. Complications of gynecologic surgery Melanie Altizer
    15. Post-operative care Suzanne Bush and Kimberly Manek
    Part III. Infertility:
    16. First Trimester spontaneous abortion Sharon Seidel and Briana Phillips
    17. Non-tubal ectopic Pregnancy Roxanne Vrees and Gary N. Frishman
    18. Infertility related surgeries Mark Ransom
    19. Surgical management of endometriosis Julie Zemaitis DeCesare and Brittney A. Williams
    20. Myomectomy Elaine Stickrath
    21. Oncofertility Mark Ransom
    Part IV. Urogynecology and Pelvic Floor dysfunction:
    22. Urodynamics Emily Wu, Jill Danford, and Wilma Larsen
    23. Surgical procedures for urinary incontinence and urethral diverticula Andrew F. Hundley and Lopa K. Pandya
    24. Surgical procedures for pelvic organ prolapse Andrew Hundley and Silpa Nekkanti
    25. Anal incontinence Pedro Miranda-Seijo
    26. Vesico-vaginal and recto-vaginal fistulas Andrew Hundley and Silpa Nekkanti
    Part V. Gynecologic Oncology:
    27. Chemotherapy Scott D. Richard and Tommy R. Buchanan
    28. Radiation oncology Paul Kramer and Martin E. Olsen
    29. Cervical cancer Jori S. Carter
    30. Vulvar cancer Micael Lopez-Acevedo and Nancy Gaba
    31. Vaginal cancer Victor M. Feldbaum
    32. Endometrial cancer Katherine M. Moxley
    33. Uterine sarcoma Caroline C. Billingsley and Eric L. Eisenhauer
    34. Epithelial ovarian, fallopian tube and primary peritoneal cancer Stephanie A. Sullivan and Kenneth H. Kim
    35. Ovarian sex cord-stromal tumors Arthur-Quan Tran and Kenneth H. Kim
    36. Ovarian germ cell tumors Kristin L. Bixel and Jeff Fowler
    37. Gestational trophoblastic neoplasia Lisa M. Barroilhet
    Part VI. General Considerations:
    38. Patient safety in gynecologic care Elizabeth A. Ferries-Rowe
    39. Essentials of practice management Olukayode Akinlaja
    40. Ob-Gyn and the law Victor Feldbaum
    41. Physicians and health-care systems Martin E. Olsen
    42. Evidence based medicine George F. Sawaya
    43. Cultural competency Claudette Jones Shephard and Linda Moses-Simmons
    44. Physician health Mark Woodland
    45. Medical ethics Ryan Nash and Britton Rink
    Index.

  • Editors

    Martin E. Olsen, East Tennessee State University
    Martin E. Olsen is a medical educator who has served as an Ob/Gyn Residency Program Director and Department Chair.

    Lisa Keder, Ohio State University
    Lisa Keder is a specialist in general obstetrics and gynecology. She is a Division Director and Vice Chair at the Ohio State University's College of Medicine, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology.

    Contributors

    Howard Curlin, Lara Harvey, Anuja Vyas, Eduardo Lara Torre, Martin E. Olsen, Douglas H. Brown, Mark Woodland, Loriana Newman, Maggie Rosen, Manjusha Sahai, Christinne Canela, Jennifer M. Keller, Nancy Gaba, Beth Cronin, Ted Tsaltas, Tonya N. Thomas, J. Eric Jelovsek, Melanie Altizer, Suzanne Bush, Kimberly Manek, Sharon Seidel, Briana Phillips, Roxanne Vrees, Gary N. Frishman, Mark Ransom, Julie Zemaitis DeCesare, Brittney A. Williams, Elaine Stickrath, Emily Wu, Jill Danford, Wilma Larsen, Andrew F. Hundley, Lopa K. Pandya, Silpa Nekkanti, Pedro Miranda-Seijo, Scott D. Richard, Tommy R. Buchanan, Paul Kramer, Jori S. Carter, Micael Lopez-Acevedo, Victor M. Feldbaum, Katherine M. Moxley, Caroline C. Billingsley, Eric L. Eisenhauer, Stephanie A. Sullivan, Kenneth H. Kim, Arthur-Quan Tran, Kristin L. Bixel, Jeff Fowler, Lisa M. Barroilhet, Elizabeth A. Ferries-Rowe, Olukayode Akinlaja, George F. Sawaya, Claudette Jones Shephard, Linda Moses-Simmons, Ryan Nash, Britton Rink

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