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Pediatric Urology: Surgical Complications and Management

ISBN: 978-1-4051-6268-5
368 pages
June 2008, Wiley-Blackwell
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This practical evidence-based textbook clearly addresses operative procedures and the prevention and management of common and rare complications encountered in pediatric urological practices.


In the current climate of informed consent and medicolegal aspects of any surgical intervention, it is essential to give patients and their carers all the information available. With world renowned editors and contributors offering their personal experiences, Pediatric Urology thoroughly explores this issue and also addresses essential topics including:



  • principles of surgical audit
  • general principles
  • open surgery of the upper urinary tract
  • surgery of the bladder
  • endoscopic surgery of the urinary tract
  • genitalia
  • renal impairment surgery
  • urogenital tumors
  • trauma
  • surgery for urinary incontinence


The book is uniquely written for trainees in pediatric surgery, general surgery and pediatric urology as a learning tool for learning consent and preparation for examinations. It is also invaluable for trainers in the above specialities as an accessible reference to complement their experience.

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Table of Contents

Contributors.

Foreword.

Preface.

Part I Principles of Surgical Audit.

1 How to Set Up a Prospective Surgical Audit: Andrew Sinclair (Northwest England Regional Rotation, Cheshire) and Ben Bridgewater (University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust).

2 Evaluating Personal Surgical Audit and What to Do If Your Results Are Outside the “Mean”: Andrew Sinclair (Northwest England Regional Rotation, Cheshire) and Ben Bridgewater (University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Foundation Trust).

3 The Implications of a Poor Surgical Outcome: Robert Wheeler (Southampton University Hospitals Trust).

Part II General Principles.

4 The Metabolic and Endocrine Response to Surgery I: Laura Coates (Bristol Royal Hospital for Children) and Joe I. Curry (Great Ormond Street Hospital).

5 The Metabolic and Endocrine Response to Surgery II: Management: Benjamin P. Wisner (University of Colorado), Douglas Ford (University of Colorado) and Martin A. Koyle (University of Washington).

6 Perioperative Anesthetic and Analgesic Risks and Complications: Philippa Evans (Great Ormond Street Hospital) and Mark Thomas (Great Ormond Street Hospital).

Part III Open Surgery of the Upper Urinary Tract.

7 Nephrectomy: Paul Crow (Bristol Royal Hospital for Children) and Mark Woodward (Bristol Royal Hospital for Children).

8 Partial Nephrectomy: Marc-David Leclair (Hôpital Mère-Enfant Nantes, France) and Yves Héloury (Hôpital Mère-Enfant Nantes, France).

9 Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction: Jenny Yiee (University of California Los Angeles) and Duncan T. Wilcox (University of Texas Southwestern Dallas).

10 Ureteral Reimplant Surgery: Laurence S. Baskin (University of California) and Gerald Mingin (University of Vermont).

11 Ureteroureterostomy: Job K. Chacko (Thomas Jefferson University) and Martin A. Koyle (University of Washington).

Part IV Surgery of the Bladder.

12 Epispadias–Exstrophy Complex: Ahmad A. Elderwy (Children’s Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle) and Richard Grady (University of Washington School of Medicine).

13 Umbilical and Urachal Anomalies: Paul F. Austin (Washington University School of Medicine).

Part V Endoscopic Surgery of the Urinary Tract.

14 Cystoscopy and Cystoscopic Interventions: Divyesh Y. Desai (Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust).

15 Vesicoureteric Reflux: Christian Radmayr (Medical University Innsbruck, Austria).

16 Interventional Procedures: Korgun Koral (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas).

17 Minimally Invasive Interventions for Stone Disease: H. Serkan Dogan (Uludag University, Turkey) and Serdar Tekgül (Hacettepe University, Turkey).

18 General Laparoscopy: Chris Kimber (Southern Health, Australia) and Neil McMullin (Royal Children’s Hospital, Australia).

19 Laparoscopy for the Upper Urinary Tract: J.S. Valla (Chirurgie Pédiatrique Fondation Lenval Nice, France).

20 Robotics in Pediatric Urology: Pyeloplasty: L. Henning Olsen (Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark) and Yazan F. Rawashdeh (Aarhus University Hospital, Denmark).

21 Lower Urinary Tract Laparoscopy in Pediatric Patients: Rakesh P. Patel (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania), Benjamin M. Brucker (Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania) and Pasquale Casale (Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia).

Part VI Genitalia.

22 Hernia and Hydrocele Repair: Henrik Steinbrecher (Southampton General Hospital).

23 Orchidopexy and Orchidectomy: Kim A.R. Hutton (University Hospital of Wales) and Indranil Sau (University Hospital of Wales).

24 Laparoscopic Orchidopexy: Derek J. Matoka (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center), Michael C. Ost (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center), Marc C. Smaldone (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center) and Steven G. Docimo (University of Pittsburgh Medical Center).

25 Varicocele: Ramnath Subramaniam (St. James University Hospital, Leeds) and Eva Macharia (St. James University Hospital, Leeds).

26 Hypospadias Urethroplasty: Warren T. Snodgrass (University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center).

27 Phalloplasty for the Biological Male: Piet Hoebeke (Ghent University Hospital, Belgium), Nicolaas Lumen (Ghent University Hospital, Belgium) and Stan Monstrey (Ghent University Hospital, Belgium).

28 Female Genital Reconstruction I: Sarah M. Creighton (University College Hospital, London).

29 Female Genital Reconstruction II: Jeffrey A. Leslie (Indiana University) and Richard C. Rink (Indiana University).

30 Persistent Cloaca: Stephanie Warne (Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Edinburgh) and Duncan T. Wilcox (University of Texas Southwestern).

Part VII Renal Impairment Surgery.

31 Hemodialysis and Peritoneal Dialysis: Alun Williams (Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust).

32 Kidney Transplantation: Alun Williams (Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust).

Part VIII Urogenital Tumors.

33 Wilms Tumor and Other Renal Tumors: Michael Ritchey (Mayo Clinic College of Medicine) and Sarah Conley (Mayo Clinic College of Medicine).

34 Rhabdomyosarcoma: Barbara Ercole (University of Connecticut), Michael Isakoff (University of Connecticut) and Fernando A. Ferrer (University of Connecticut).

35 Testicular Tumors: Jonathan H. Ross (Cleveland Clinic).

36 Adrenal Tumors: Bruce Broecker (Emory University School of Medicine, USA) and James Elmore (Emory University School of Medicine).

Part IX Trauma.

37 Genital Trauma: Vijaya Vemulakonda (University of Washington School of Medicine) and Richard W. Grady (University of Washington School of Medicine).

38 Urinary Tract Trauma: Ashok Rijhwani (Columbia Asia Hospital, India), W. Robert DeFoor, Jr (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital), and Eugene Minevich (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital).

Part X Surgery for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence.

39 Augmentation Cystoplasty: Prasad P. Godbole (Sheffield Children’s NHS Trust).

40 Appendicovesicostomy and Ileovesicostomy: Martin Kaefer (Indiana University).

41 Surgical Management of the Sphincter Mechanism: Juan C. Prieto (University of Texas Southwestern) and Linda A. Baker (University of Texas Southwestern).

42 Surgery for Fecal Incontinence: W. Robert DeFoor, Jr (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital), Eugene Minevich (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital), Curtis A. Sheldon (Cincinnati Children’s Hospital) and Martin A. Koyle (University of Washington).

Index

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Author Information

Duncan T. Wilcox, MBBS, MD, FEAPU, Associate Professor, Pediatric Urology; Rose Mary Haggar Professorship in Urology, University of Texas Southwestern, Dallas, Texas, USA

Prasad P. Godbole, FRCS, FRCS(Paed), Consultant Pediatric Urologist, Sheffield Children’s NHS Trust, Sheffield, UK

Martin A. Koyle MD, FAAP, FACS, Professor of Urology and Pediatrics, University of Washington; Chief, Division of Urology, Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center, Seattle, Washington, USA

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The Wiley Advantage


  • Practical evidence-based textbook
  • World renowned editors and contributors offer personal experiences
  • Clearly addresses common and rare complications in paediatric urological practices
  • Details operative procedures and prevention of complications
  • Enables reader to deal with principles and practice of audit
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Reviews

“The book is uniquely written for trainees in pediatric surgery, general surgery and pediatric urology as a learning tool for learning consent and preparation for examinations. It is also invaluable for trainers in the above specialties as an accessible reference to complement their experience.” (Doody's Reviews, May 2009)

" The readers of any books devoted to surgical complications will inevitably be looking for insights into how to avoid these complications in the first place. In this outstanding new textbook, they will not be disappointed." - from the foreword by David F.M. Thomas, Leeds Teaching Hospitals, UK

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