Manual of Clinical Hysteroscopy 2/e
Edited by: Rafael F. Valle
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Pub Date: 10 NOV 2004
Type: Hardback Book
Foreword by:John J. Sciarra
Clinical hysteroscopy is a standard diagnostic and therapeutic skill required by most gynecologists. Since the publication of the first edition, there have been a number of important innovations in hysteroscopy both in technique and equipment design. Rafael F. Valle has fully revised and updated the text to reflect these advances. In addition, a major difference from the first edition is the inclusion of colour intrauterine figures throughout, while the original qualities that made the first edition a critical success remain.
1. An introduction to Hysteroscopy 2. General Principles and Instrumentation 3. Uterine Distention: Mmedia and Ttechniques 4. Indications and Contraindications of Hysteroscopy 5. Possible Complications of Hysteroscopy 6. Diagnostic Hysteroscopy in the Office 7. Therapeutic Hysteroscopy 8. The Resectoscope in Gynecology 9. Laser Hysteroscopy 10. Hormonal Preparation of the Endometrium 11. Video Hysteroscopy and Documentation 12. Learning Hysteroscopy and Resectoscopy for Credentialing 13. Hysterosalpingography and Laparoscopy in Infertility 14. Vaginal Ultrasound, Hysterosonography, 3-D Imaging and Doppler for Gynecologic Imaging 15. Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Gynecology 16. Uterine Pathology