Top Tips in Urology, 2nd Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1118508033
  • ISBN-13: 9781118508039
  • DDC: 616.6
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 50 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released June 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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Top Tips in Urology 2E provides rapid-reference, highly clinical tips and tricks of the trade to the most common questions and problems that arise for both the practicing urologist and the urologic surgeon. The emphasis throughout is on expert urologists giving their personal insight - through years of experience - via concise, handy tips and tricks, with the aim of helping their colleagues of all levels to perform their role better when in theatre or day to day practice.  Tips range from how to best salvage specific difficult intra-operative problems, to simplifying complex procedures, or tips advising on how best to clarify diagnosis. Lightweight, highly portable, and structured in an easy-to-navigate, attractive colour interior, all tips will deliberately be kept concise, and illustrated where possible with a diagram or picture to further explain the technique used. Covering all major areas of urology, Top Tips in Urology will be a highly unique treasure trove of hints, good practice tips and valuable information for all urologists of all levels dealing with patients on a day to day basis and who are looking to improve their clinical skills.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
List of Contributors.
List of Abbreviations.
1: Open Urology.
2: A Technique to Minimise the Risk of Ureteric Injury in Patients with an Enlarged Median Lobe Undergoing Radical Prostatectomy.
3: Novel Methods to Aid Vesicourethral Anastomosis in Radical Retropubic Prostatectomy.
4: Surgical Technique to Reduce Intraoperative Bleeding during Open Prostatectomy.
5: Millin's Prostatectomy.
6: Cystectomy.
7: Salvage Cystectomy and Prostatectomy.
8: Creating an Ileal Conduit Spout.
9: Prefashioning a Urostomy.
10: A Novel Technique for Parastomal Hernia Repair.
11: Parastomal Hernia Repair.
12: Nephrectomy: Vascular Control During Caval Thrombectomy.
13: Secure Ligation of Foreshortened Large Veins.
14: How to Avoid Dislodging the Vascular Clamp.
15: Ligating the Renal Artery.
16: Renal Hypothermia Using an Innovative Ice Sludge Technique.
17: Making the Best of a Short Suture Length in a Deep Dark Hole.
18: Anterior Approach for a Pyeloplasty.
19: Ureteric Injuries – Lower Third: Adaptations of the Boari Flap.
20: Radical Orchidectomy for Germ Cell Tumours.
21: Don't Lose the Lumen at Urethroplasty.
22: Emergency Call to the Gynae/Obstetric Theatre.
23: Is It Urine in the Drain?.
24: Cutaneous Fistula.
25: Postoperative Abdominal Drain.
26: Laparoscopic and Robotic Urology.
27: Modified Hassan Technique in Super-Obese Patients.
28: A Modification to the Hassan Technique for Securing Pneumoperitoneum.
29: Finger Access is the Safest.
30: Keep It Simple.
31: The Ten Commandments.
32: Controlling a Small Hole in the Inferior Vena Cava.
33: Remember Endoloops?.
34: Tips in Laparoscopic Urology.
35: Laparoscopie Suturing Using the Storz Dolphin-Nosed Forceps.
36: Laparoscopic Suturing.
37: Improving your Laparoscopic Suturing.
38: Cholangiogram Antegrade Wire of Pyeloplasty Catheters Can Help Placement at the Time.
39: Laparoscopic Nephrectomy: Introduction of a Balloon-Tipped Trocar in an Obese Patient.
40: Laparoscopic Nephrectomy: Closing the Exit Site in an Obese Patient.
41: Laparoscopic Nephrectomy: Port Sites for Left Nephrectomy.
42: Laparoscopie Nephrectomy.
43: Employing an Extra Port for Laparoscopic Nephrectomy.
44: Improved Control of the Renal Vein During Laparoscopic Nephrectomy.
45: Aiding Dissection of the Renal Artery During a Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy.
46: Robotic-Assisted Laparoscopic Pyeloplasty.
47: Laparoscopie Prostatectomy.
48: Use of the Endo Close Device for Prostatic Elevation During Robotic-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy.
49: Additional Points of Note When Performing Prostate Suspension During Minimally Invasive Radical Prostatectomy.
50: Robotic Radical Prostatectomy.
51: A Technique to Relocate the Robotic Prostatectomy Retrieval Bag to the Midline Camera Port.
52: The Rectal Injury Test.
53: Identifying Potential Breaches in the Rectum During Minimally Invasive Surgery.
54: The Wrong Plane.
55: Spreading Tough Tissue With Robotic Forceps.
56: Robotic-Assisted Radical Prostatectomy.
57: Steps to Free up Robotic Arm and Assistant Availability During Robotic Radical Prostatectomy.
58: Use of Ethicon Vicryl Foil and Robotic Camera Lights to Warm the Robotic Scope Lens to Prevent Lens Fogging.
59: Management of Anastomotic Leak Following Radical Prostatectomy.
60: Identification of Ureters During Minimally Invasive Radical Cystectomy.
61: Maintaining Pneumoperitoneum During Minimally Invasive Female Cystectomy.
62: Robotic-Assisted Radical Cystectomy.
63: Upper Tract Endourology.
64: Puncturing the Calyx in Order to Obtain Access for Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy: the Three-Finger Rule.
65: Prevention of Migration of the Amplatz Sheath During Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy.
66: Using Safety Wires During Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy.
67: Tips to Make Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Easier.
68: Using Multiple Guidewires during Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy.
69: Encrusted Nephrostomy Tubes.
70: Reaching Stones in the Kidney during Flexible Ureterorenoscopy with a Large Renal Pelvis.
71: The Advantages of Using the Peditrol during Flexible and Rigid Ureterorenoscopy.
72: Flexible Renoscopy and Stone Fragmentation.
73: A Novel Technique to Treat Large Mid or Upper Ureteric Stones.
74: Rigid Ureteroscopy.
75: The Boston Shouldered Stent.
76: Ureteroscopy.
77: The Pinhole Scope: Part 1.
78: Use of the Dual-Lumen Catheter.
79: Flexible Ureteroscopy.
80: Lasering Stones.
81: Renal Pelvic Stones.
82: Difficult Urethral Stricture Encountered at Ureteroscopy.
83: General Tips for a Simpler and Safer Ureteroscopy.
84: Flexible Ureteroscopy/Retrograde Study of the Right Collecting System Post Cystectomy.
85: Optimising the View for Difficult Stent Insertion.
86: A Novel Technique for Stent Exchange Over an Ileal-Ureteric Anastomosis.
87: Stents.
88: Placing a Stent in a Female Patient Without Having to Reload the Cystoscope or Performing a Stent Change in a Female Patient with a Flexible Cystoscope Only.
89: Paired JJ Stents for Retroperitoneal Fibrosis.
90: Four Tips Relating to Ureteric Stenting.
91: Insertion of JJ Stent.
92: Basketing of Stones.
93: Backloading Guidewires.
94: Insertion of a Guidewire into the Ureter.
95: A Solution for Stent-Related Bladder Symptoms.
96: Lower Urinary Tract.
97: Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate: Laser Technique.
98: Holmium Laser Enucleation of the Prostate: Safe Morcellation.
99: Holmium Cystolitholapaxy.
100: Transurethral Resection of Prostate 1.
101: Transurethral Resection of Prostate 2.
102: Transurethral Vaporisation of the Prostate.
103: Use of Catheter Introducer.
104: An Alternative Way to Pass a Urethral Catheter Post Transurethral Resection of Prostate.
105: The 17F Integral Cystoscope.
106: Non-Irrigating Resectoscope.
107: Urethral Strictures.
108: Assessment of Paediatric Urethral Strictures.
109: The Pinhole Scope: Part 2.
110: How to Remove Air Bubbles in the Dome of the Bladder.
111: Resecting Multiple Bladder Tumours.
112: Primary Transurethral Resection of Bladder Tumour.
113: Trawling for Flat Superficial Bladder Tumour.
114: Resecting Bladder Tumours.
115: Never Use an Ellick in a Clot Retention.
116: Displaced Suprapubic Catheter.
117: Andrology.
118: Glans ‘Droop’ Following the Insertion of a Penile Prosthesis.
119: The Key to a Successful Epididymectomy: the Bungee Manoeuvre.
120: Haemostasis for Nesbit's Procedure.
121: Nesbit's Procedure.
122: Tension-Free Vasectomy Reversal.
123: Intracorporeal Perforation during Penile Implantation.
124: Female Urology.
125: Recurrent Cystocoele and Rectocoele Repair Using Modified Mesh: New Technique.
126: Eroded Transvaginal Tape.
127: Midurethral Tension-Free Tapes.
128: Treatment of TVT Mesh Eroding the Bladder.
129: General.
130: Circumcision.
131: Dressing a Circumcision.
132: Postcircumcision Dressing: the Gauze Sporran.
133: Difficult Reduction of Paraphimosis.
134: Round-Bodied Needles.
135: Bladder Clots.
136: Performing a Flexible Cystoscopy for a Bladder Which is Full of Debris.
137: Passing a Urethra Catheter Across a Stricture after a Guidewire is Passed Via the Flexible Cystoscope.
138: Inserting a Catheter Over a Guidewire.
139: Cryoanalgesia for Prostate Biopsy.
140: Pain Relief in Epididymo-Orchitis.
141: Hydrocoele.
142: Epididymal Cyst.
143: Shape of the Male Urethra.
144: Local Anaesthetic Injection Through Skin.
145: Transrectal Ultrasound.
146: Modified Transrectal Biopsy of Prostate.
147: Transperineal Biopsy Probe Set-Up.
148: Changing a Difficult or Encrusted Suprapubic Catheter.
149: How to Predict the Difficult Catheter? Use the Force!.
150: Urodynamics.
151: Clinical Management.
152: Neurourology.
153: Managing Urinary Tract Damage Due to Ketamine Abuse.
154: Top Tips for Foreskin Assessment.
155: Lower Urinary Tract Symptom Progression.
156: Management of Chronic Prostatitis/Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome: Top 10 Tips.
157: Uro-Gynae Tips.
158: Psychological Problems and Surgery.
159: Use of Analogies to Assist with Explanation of Urological Problems.
Quotes Submitted on the Back of Other Tips.