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by Steve Halligan,Clive I. Bartram,John O.L. DeLancey,Frederik M. Kelvin,Jaap Stoker

ePub Imaging Pelvic Floor Disorders download
Author:
Steve Halligan,Clive I. Bartram,John O.L. DeLancey,Frederik M. Kelvin,Jaap Stoker
ISBN13:
978-3540663034
ISBN:
3540663037
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Publisher:
Springer; 1 edition (March 10, 2003)
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Subcategory:
Medicine
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Halligan, . Kelvin, .

Halligan, . The text is supported by sufficient clinical detail to enable radiologists to understand more clearly the context within which imaging technique selection and interpretation take place.

Article · January 2008 with 9 Reads

Article · January 2008 with 9 Reads. Cite this publication. State of the art imaging techniques and their application in pelvic floor dysfunction are then discussed in detail. The closing sections of the book describe the modern clinical management of pelvic floor dysfunction, including prolapse, urinary and faecal incontinence and constipation, with specific emphasis on the integration of diagnostic and treatment algorithms.

cle{Stoker2001ImagingOT, title {Imaging of the posterior pelvic floor}, author {Jaap Stoker and Clive I. Bartram and Steve Halligan}, journal {European Radiology}, year {2001}, volume {12}, pages {779-788} }. Jaap Stoker, Clive I. Bartram, Steve Halligan

cle{Stoker2001ImagingOT, title {Imaging of the posterior pelvic floor}, author {Jaap Stoker and Clive I. Bartram, Steve Halligan. Published in European Radiology 2001.

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State of the art imaging techniques and their application in pelvic floor dysfunction are then discussed in detail.

This book represents a landmark in the development of an imaging subspecialty that crosses the clinical boundaries of urogynaecology and coloproctology. It is the first text to consider the imaging of all pelvic floor disorders, addressing in depth both urinary and faecal incontinence and the various forms of prolapse. The book begins with a magnetic resonance-based review of the anatomy of the pelvic floor and an overview of how it functions; detailed chapters on investigation and treatment then follow, from both a clinical and a radiological perspective.