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Authors: Bogdan Florin Geavlete ("Saint John" Emergency Clinical Hospital, Department of Urology, Bucharest, Romania) 
Book Description:
Monopolar transurethral resection still represents the standard endoscopic treatment approach in benign prostatic enlargement related to lower urinary tract obstruction. The method gained acknowledgement as a first choice therapeutic modality in medium size benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) treatment and the majority of clinical research regarded it as such. Endoscopic vaporization was introduced while trying to maintain therapeutic efficacy while reducing the peri- and postoperative morbidity, and it was easily adopted, as it required no special equipment or surgical skills. This book examines endoscopic vaporization in lower urinary tract pathology, from monopolar to plasma. The present publication follows the interest this treatment has gathered as well as the inevitable downfall when facing the test of time as well as the less flattering comparison to other methods. (Imprint: Nova Biomedical)

Table of Contents:
Preface pp. i-ix
Book Description

1. Introduction pp. 1-2

2. Transurethral Electrovaporization of the Prostate – An Alternative to Resection? pp. 3-42

3. Plasmakinetic Vaporization of the Prostate – A New Perspective for the Bipolar Electrosurgery pp. 43-52

4. Bipolar Plasma Vaporization of the Prostate – A “Second Chance” for the Endoscopic Vaporization Approach pp. 53-82

5. Endoscopic Vaporization of Bladder Tumors – Technically Feasible?
pp. 83-88
6. Bipolar Plasma Vaporization of Large Bladder Tumors – Motive and Opportunity pp. 89-108

7. Bladder Neck Contracture Endoscopic Approach – Still an Issue?
pp. 109-118
8. Prostate Cancer Endoscopic Treatment – An Ongoing Controversy
pp. 119-126
9. Transurethral Intramural Ureter Dezinsertion as First Step during Nephro-Ureterectomy – Past, Present and Future pp. 127-136

10. Overview and Future Perspectives pp. 137-144

Index pp. 145-150

      Renal and Urologic Disorders
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2012- December
   Pages: 159, 7x10 - (NBC-C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62257-301-1
   Status: AV
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