The most comprehensive textbook in the field edited by the founding father of endourology returns for a new edition. In full colour throughout and packed with surgical teaching videos, this is an essential purchase for all urologists wishing to master their skills.
List of Contributors Foreword Preface About the Companion Website SECTION 1: BASIC PRINCIPLES 1. Care and Sterilization of InstrumentsCarol Olsen 2. Radiation Safety During Diagnosis and Treatment Yasser A. Noureldin and Sero Andonian 3. Enhanced Endoscopic Imaging Ghalib Jibara and Michael E. Lipkin 4. Preoperative Antibiotics and Prevention of Sepsis in Urologic Endoscopic Surgery Manish N. Patel and Jorge Gutierrez-Aceves 5. Management of the Anticoagulated Patient Zeph Okeke SECTION 2: PERCUTANEOUS RENAL SURGERY Part 1: Perioperative Considerations 6. Surgical Anatomy of the Kidney for Endourological Procedures Francisco J.B. Sampaio 7. Nephrolithometric Scoring Systems for Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Roshan Patel, Daniel J. Lama and Zhamshid Okhunov 8. Pathophysiology of Urinary Tract Obstruction Frederick A. Gulmi and Diane Feslon 9. Organizing the Endourological Operating Room Ravindra B. Sabnis, Abhishek Singh and Shashikant Mishra 10. Endoscopic Training/Simulation Zichen Zhao and Robert M. Sweet Part 2: Patient Positioning for Percutaneous Access 11. Patient Positioning, Supine and the Rationale of ECIRS Cesare M. Scoffone and Cecilia M. Cracco 12. Prone, Lateral, and Flexed: Patient Positioning for Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Robert J. Sowerby, A. Andrew Ray and R. John D’A Honey Part 3: Imaging for Access 13. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Access Under Fluoroscopic Control Norbert O. Bernardo and Maximilian Lopez Silva 14. Dyna-CT Guided vs. Standard CT-Guided Renal Access Manuel Ritter and Maurice-Stephan Michel 15. Endoscopic Guided Percutaneous Renal Access Zhamshid Okhunov, Kamaljot S. Kaler, Simone Vernez, Rahul Dutta, Jaime Landman and Ralph V. Clayman 16. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Access Under Ultrasound Mahesh R. Desai and Arvind Ganpule 17. New Concepts of Renal Access I Pad, GPS and Others Estevao Lima, Pedro L. Rodgrigues, Marie-Clare Rassweiler and Joao L. Vilaca Part 4: Selection of Access and Dilation 18. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy – Upper Pole Access Davis P. Viprakasit and Nicole L. Miller 19. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Access Without Image Guidance Arthur D. Smith 20. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Access – Robotic Michelle Jo Semins, Dan Stoiznovici and Brian R. Matlaga 21. Dilation of the Nephrostomy Tract Peter Alken Part 5: Stone Removal 22. Rigid and Flexible Nephroscopy Timothy Y.I. Tran and Mantua Gupta 23. Percutaneous Antegrade Ureteroscopy Burak Turna, Umit Eskidemir and Oktay Nazli 24. Small Caliber PNL: Mini, UMP and MicropercJanak D. Desai and Arkadiusz Miernik 25. PCNL: Special Problems with Staghorns Monica A. Farcas and Kenneth Pace 26. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy – Stone Extraction and Lithotripsy Samir Derisavifard 27. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy in Children Adam S. Howe, Jordan S. Gitlin and R. John D’A. Honey Part 6: other Uses of Nephrostomy Access 28. Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy of Calyceal Diverticula, Infundibular Stenosis, Simple Cysts Nadya E. York and James E. Lingeman 29. Percutaneous Instillation of Chemolytic, Chemotherapeutic, and Antifungal Agents Mohamed A. Elkoushy and Sero Andonian 30. Percutaneous Treatment of Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction Michael W. Sourial, Bodo E. Knudsen and Paul J. van Cangh 31. Percutaneous Management of Upper Tract Urothelial Carcinoma Piruz Motomedinia and Shu Pan Part 7: Exit Strategy and Complications 32. The Access-related Complications of Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Vasudevan Vinaya, Okeke Zeph and Arthur D. Smith 33. Hemorrhagic Complications Associated with Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy Sriram V. Eleswarapu and David A. Leavit 34. Diagnosis and Management of Thoracic Complications of Percutaneous Renal Surgery John R. Bell and Stephen Y. Nakada 35. Bowel and other organ injuries with Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy John J. Knoedler, Matthew T. Gettman and Chad J. Fleming 36. Exit strategies after Percutaneous Nephrolithotomy – Small N-tubes, Tubeless Damien M. Bolton and Derek B. Hennessey 37. Problems with Residual Stones Noah E. Canvasser and Margaret S. Pearle SECTION 3: URETEROSCOPY Part 1: General Principles 38. Ureteral Anatomy Gary Faerber, Amir H. Lebastchi and Rita P. Jen 39. Rigid Ureteroscopes Omar M. Aboumarzouk and Francis X. Keeley, Jr 40. Flexible Ureteroscopes Vincent G. Bird and John M. Shields 41. Rigid Ureteroscope with Flexible Tip and Special Instrumentation Yinghao Sun and Ziaofeng Gao 42. Digital Ureteroscopes Murat Binbay and Burak Ucpinar 43. Ureteroscopy Working Instruments Renato N. Pedro and Manoj Monga 44. Access to the Ureter: Rigid Ureteroscopy Jose De La Cerda and Timothy Y. Tseng 45. Access to the ureter – Flexible Ureteroscopy Ojas Shah and Mark Silva 46. Ureteroscopy Energy Sources Daniel A. Wollin and Glenn M. Preminger 47. Ureterorenoscopy Management of Ureteral Calculi Gautam Jayram, Charles U. Nottingham, Melanie A. Adamsky, Richard J. Fantus and Glenn S. Gerber 48. Ureteroscopic Management of Renal Calculi Steeve Doizi and Olivier Traxer 49. Diagnostic Ureteroscopy Hendrik Heers and Benjamin W. Turney 50. Uteroscopic Diagnosis and Treatment of Upper Urinary Tract Neoplasms Scott G. Hubosky and Demetrius H. Bagley Part 2: Ureteroscopic Management of Ureteral Obstruction 51. Retrograde Endopyelotomy Weil R. Lai and Raju Thomas 52. Endoscopic Management of Mid Ureteral Obstruction Samuel Abourbih and D. Duane Baldwin 53. Endoscopic Management of Distal Ureteral Strictures Michael Zhang, Ali Fathollahi, Joel Hillesohn and Majid Eshghi 54. Endoscopic Management of Ureteroenteric Strictures Thomas Masterson and Robert Marcovich 55. Ureterorenoscopy - Ureteral Stents and Post-operative Care Ben H. Chew, Anthony Emmott, Dirk Lange and Ryan F. Paterson 56. Ureteroscopy Complications Joel E. Abbott and Roger L. Sur 57. Retrograde Intra-Renal Surgery (RIRS) in the Future – Robotics Anup Patel SECTION 4: SHOCK-WAVE LITHOTRIPSY 58. Physics of Shock-Wave Lithotripsy Andreas Neisius and Pei Zhong 59. Lithotripsy Systems Geert G. Tailly 60. Shock-Wave Lithotripsy of Renal Calculi Brian H. Eisner and Naren Nimmagadda 61. Shock-Wave Lithotripsy of Ureteral Calculi Thomas Tailly and Hassan Razvi 62. Complications of Shock-Wave Lithotripsy Christian Tuerk and Aleš Pet?ík SECTION 5: STONE MANAGEMENT IN UROLOGY Part 1: General Principles 63. Natural History of Stones Johann P. Ingimarsson and Amy E. Krambeck 64. Initial Choice of Therapy in the Stone Patient Peter L. Steinberg and David M. Hoenig 65. Management of Urolithiasis in Pregnancy Husain Alenezi and John D. Denstedt 66. Management of Renal Colic and Triage in the Emergency Department Marius C. Conradie Part 2: Management of Stones in Abnormal Situations 67. Management of Stones in Horseshoe Kidneys Chandra Shekhar Biyani and Adrian D. Joyce 68. Pelvic Kidneys Win Shun Lai, Vidhush K. Yarlagadda, and Dean G. Assimos 69. Management of Stone Disease in Renal Transplant Kidneys Brian Duty and Michael Lam 70. Stone in Urinary Diversions Bodo E. Knudsen and Michael W. Sourial 71. Management of Stones in Obesity Omer L. Tuncay and Cenk Acar Part 3: Cost Effectiveness and Long-term Stenting 72. Cost Effective Strategies for Stone Management Justin I. Friedlander and Eric M. Ghiraldi 73. Long-Term Stenting of the Ureter Panagiotis Kallidonis, Wissam Kamal, Dimitrios Kotsiris, Dimitrios Karnabatidis and Evangelos Liatsikos SECTION 6: LAPAROSCOPY AND ROBOTIC SURGERY Part 1: General Principles 74. New Surgical RoboticsAlabdulaal Ibrahim and Koon Ho Rha 75. Training and Credentialing Laparoscopic and Robotic SurgeryDomenico Veneziano and David M. Hananel 76. Patient Preparation and Operating Room Set-up for Laparoscopic and Robotic SurgeryWeil R. Lai and Benjamin R. Lee 77. Patient Preparation and Operating Room Set-up for Robotic SurgeryDima Raskalnikov, Mahir Maruf and Arvin K. George 78. Physiologic Considerations in Laparoscopic and Robotic SurgeryAdam G. Kaplan and Michael N. Ferrandino 79. Anesthetic Management During Laparoscopic /Robotic SurgeryJudith Aronsohn, Oonagh Dowling and Gregg Palleschi Part 2: Instrumentation, Access and Exit 80. Laparoscopic Surgery: Basic InstrumentationOrnob Roy 81. Robotic Surgery: Basic Instrumentation and TroubleshootingWooju Jeong, Mouafak Touorojman and Craig Rogers 82. Minimally Invasive Reconstructive Techniques: Suture, Staple and Clip TechnologyAli A. Raheem and Koon Ho Rha 83. Transperitoneal Access and Trocar PlacementAngelo Territo and Alberto Breda 84. Retroperitoneal Access and Trocar PlacementLambros Stamatakis and Soroush Rais-Bahrami 85. Basic Hand Assisted Laparoscopic TechniquesSapan N. Ambani and J. Stuart Wolf, Jr 86. Laparoscopic Exit: Specimen Removal, Closure and DrainageFernando J. Kim, Riccardo Autorino and Rodrigo Donalisio da Silva Part 3 Complication 87. Complications in Urologic LaparoscopyDavid Canes, Camilo Gedelman and Rene J. Sotelo 88. Complications of Laparoscopic Including RoboticsFriedrich-Carl von Rundstedt, Richard E. Link and Marcelo Chen Part 4: Laparoscopy/Robotics for Malignant Disease 89. Pelvic LymphadenectomyMarc Manganiello and Andrew Wagner 90. Endoscopic Subcutaneous Modified Inguinal Lymph Node Dissection (ESMIL) for Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the PenisJay T. Bishoff and Kefu Du 91. Laparoscopic and Robotic Retroperitoneal Lymph Node DissectionJames R. Porter 92. Laparoscopic Radical NephrectomySimpa S. Salami 93. Robotic Partial Nephrectomy: Advancements in InnovationsSameer Chopra, Mehar Bains and Inderbir S. Gill 94. Intraoperative Assessment of Tumor Resection MarginsIlan Z. Kafka and Timothy D. Averch 95. Laparoscopic Radical NephroureterectomyWayland J. Wu and Jessica E. Kreshover 96. Laparoscopic and Robotic Radical Cystectomy in Males and FemalesDouglas S. Scherr, David M. Golombos and Abimbola Ayangbesan 97. Robot-Assisted Laparoscopic Partial CystectomyManish A. Vira and Paras H. Shah 98. Laparoscopic Cystoprostatectomy with Intracorporeal Ileal ConduitAlvin C. Goh, Brian J. Miles and Arun Rai 99. Laparoscopic/Robotic Continent DiversionChristopher R. Reynolds and Ashok K. Hemal 100. Laparoscopic Radical ProstatectomyJens Rassweiler, Giovannalberto Pini, Marcel Fiedler, Ali Serdar Goezen and Dogu Teber 101. Robotic Assisted Laparoscopic Radical ProstatectomyZeyad Schwen and Misop Han 102. Optimizing Outcomes During Laparoscopic and Robot-Assisted Radical ProstatectomyMatthew Goland-Van Ryn, Daniel Rosen, T. Bessede and Ash Tewari Part 5: Laparoscopy/Robotics for Benign Disease 103. Laparoscopic and Robotic Reconstructive Ureteral Surgery: Basic PrinciplesAaron C. Weinberg, Yuka Yamaguchi, Lee C. Zhao and Michael D. Stifelman 104. Laparoscopic Applications to Renal Calculus DiseaseChristopher S. Han and Sammy E. Elsamra 105. Laparoscopic Treatment of Renal Cysts and DiverticulaSalvator Micali, Eugenio Martorana, Giacomo M. Pirola and Giampaolo Bianchi 106. Laparoscopic and Robotic Techniques for Management of Pelvic Organ ProlapseSandeep Gurram and Farzeen Firoozi 107. Laparoscopic and Robotic Techniques for Repair of Female Genitourinary FistulasChad Baxter and Vishnukamal Golla 108. Laparoscopic, Laparoendoscopic Single Site, and Robotic-Assisted Living Donor NephrectomyGanesh Sivarajan and Ravi Munver 109. Robot Kidney TransplantationRajesh Ahlawat, Sohrab Arora and Mani Menon 110. Minimally Invasive Surgery for Benign Prostate Disease: Laparoscopic and Robotic TechniquesMark Ferretti, Amul Bhalodi and John Phillips 111. Laparoscopic AdrenalectomyTadashi Matsuda, Hidefumi Kinoshita, Yoshihide Kawasaki and Akira Miyajima 112. Laparoscopic and Robotic Surgery of the Seminal VesiclesEric H. Kim, R. Sherburne Figenshau and Gerald L. Andriole 113. Modern Techniques in Abdominal Wall Hernia Repair; A Guide for the Practicing EndourologistDouglas Held 114. Robotic Assisted Vasectomy ReversalParviz K. Kavoussi Part 6: Laparoscopy/Robotics in Children 115. Laparoscopic Considerations in ChildreRajeev Chaudhry, Michelle Yu and Michael C. Ost 116. Laparoscopic and Robotic Pyeloplasty in ChildrenKai-wen Chuang 117. Lower Ureteral Reconstruction: Robotic surgeryS. Duke Herrell 118. Laparoscopic Management of the Undescended TesticleBrian A. VanderBrink 119. Laparoscopic VaricocelectomyBradley A. Morganstern and Lane S. Palmer Part 7: Laparoscopy and Robotics--LESS and NOTES 120. Laparoendoscopic Single-Site Ports, Access and instrumentationNoah E. Canvasser and Jeffrey A. Cadeddu 121. Laparoendoscopic Single-Site Upper Tract SurgeryChristian Tabib, Geoffrey S. Gaunay and Lee Richstone 122. Laparoendoscopic Single-Site (R-LESS): Lower Urinary Tract SurgeryDaniel Ramirez, Matthew J. Maurice and Jihad H. Kaouk SECTION 7: IMAGE-GUIDED DIAGNOSTICS AND THERAPEUTICS Part 1: Upper Tract 123. Diagnosis of Renal Masses: RadiologicalGail S. Smith, Carolyn S. Donaldson and Richard M. Gore 124. Renal Mass BiopsyM. Pilar Laguna and Jean de la Rosette 125. Radiofrequency Ablation of Renal TumorsRyan L. Steinberg and Chad R. Tracy 126. Percutaneous Cryoablation of Renal MassesDavid N. Siegel and Alok A. Anand Part 2: Angio-embolization in Urology 127. Gonadal Vein EmbolizationPratik A. Shukla, Gajan Sivananthan and Ardeshi R. Rastinehad 128. Renal Angiography and EmbolizationIgor Lobko and Anthony D. Mohabir 129. Selective Arterial Prostatic Embolization for BPHRobert C. Blue, Aaron M. Fischman and Ardeshir R. Rastinehad Part 3: Focal Therapy Lower Tract 130. The role and methodology of multiparametric MRI and fusion-guided biopsy in the management of prostate cancer patientsRaju R. Chelluri, Arvin K. George, Joseph A. Baiocco, Baris Turkbey and Peter A. Pinto, 131. Focal Therapy of Prostate CancerKae Jack Tay and Thomas J. Polascik 132. Focal Laser Ablation for Carcinoma of ProstateTonye A. Jones, Shyam Natarajan and Leonard S. Marks 133. Image –guided Prostate BrachytherapyMichael R. Folkert, Neil B. Desai and Yoshiya Yamada 134. Image-guided External Beam RadiotherapyBrett Cox, Lucille Lee and Louis Potters 135. High Intensity Focused Ultrasound of the ProstateEdward J. Bass, Hashim U. Ahmed and Mark Emberton 136. Cryotherapy of the ProstateDaniel B. Rukstalis 137. Cryosurgical Ablation of the ProstateRajan Ramanathan, Yaw. A. Nyame and J. Stephen Jones 138. Contrast-enhanced Ultrasound in UrologyRogier R. Wildeboer, Jean de la Rosette, Massimo Mischi and Hessel Wijkstra 139. Prostatic Magnetic Imaging PrinciplesSonia Gaur, Baris Turkbey and Peter L. Choyke 140. Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms and AssessmentHenry Tran, Matthew Rutman, Doreen E. Chung and Jerry G. Blaivas 141. Office Based Cystoscopy: Continued AdvancesJudson D. Davies and Sam S. Chang 142. Equipment Setup and Patient HandoutsJohn R. Schwabe, Amanda P. Hughes, Crystal R. Combs and Gopal H. Badlani 143. Local Anesthesia for Minimally Invasive Treatment of The Prostate in the Office SettingArun Rai, Jay Hollander, Damon Dyche and Ricardo R. Gonzalez 144. Laser in BPH Treatment: Basic PrinciplesChristopher Netsch, Bilal Chughtai, Alexis E. Te and Ahmed M. Elshal 145. Holmium Laser Therapy of the ProstateAhmed M. Elshal and Mostafa M. Elhilali 146. C532-nm High-PowerTransurethral Laser ProstatectomyBilal Chughtai, Dominique Thomas and Alexis E. Te 147. Thulium Laser Enucleation of the ProstateAndreas J. Gross and Christopher Netsch 148. The Prostatic Urethral Lift Procedure using the Urolift Implants: Novel Minimally Invasive Therapy for BPHDaniel B. Rukstalis 149. Goals and Expectations of Ablation techniques, and Emerging Therapies for Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia: An editorialCatriona I. MacRae and Peter Gilling 150. Monopolar Transurethral Resection of ProstateMadhu S. Agrawal and Dilip K. Mishra 151. Ablation of Prostate: Bipolar ResectionJaspreet S. Sandhu 152. Bipolar Vaporization of ProstateAhmet Karakeci, Kyle Richards and Gopal H. Badlani 153. Single Port for Prostate SurgeryRene J. Sotelo, Oscar D. Martín Garzón, Camilo Giedelman, Fatima Z. Hussain and Mihir Desai 154. Bladder Injections for Refractory Overactive Bladder Intra- and Trans-vesical ProceduresAdam Althaus and Anurag K. Das 155. STING Procedure for RefluxSteve J. Hodges 156. Minimally Invasive Therapy for Bladder Pain Syndrome (Interstitial Cystitis)Ricardo Palmerola, Sandeep Gurram and Robert Moldwin 157. New Techniques for Resecting Bladder TumorsAlexey G. Martov, Dmitry V. Ergakov, Nikolay A. Baykov and Zhamshid Okhunov 158. Incision: Endoscopic Management of Urethral StenosesGerald H. Jordan and Kurt A. McCammon 159. Endoscopic Management of Bladder Neck Contracture Following Radical ProstatectomySusan MacDonald, R. Caleb Kovell, Joseph Tortora and Ryan Terlecki 160. Single-Incision SlingsMichael J. Kennelly and Dina A. Bastawros 161. Bio-injectables for SUI: (Stress Urinary Incontinence)Ryan Dobbs, Simone Crivello and John J. Smith 162. Mid-urethral Slings for the Treatment of Female Stress IncontinenceAlice Drain and Victor W. Nitti 163. Maxi/Pubovaginal SlingGopal H. Badlani and Joao P. Zambon 164. Mesh Complications Associated with Vaginal Prolapse SurgeryJeffrey S. Schachar and G. Willy Davila 165. Male Slings for Treatment of Post-Prostatectomy IncontinenceAjay K. Singla and Nirmish Singla 166. NeuromodulationAnurag K. Das and Dayron Rodriguez
THE EDITORS ARTHUR D. SMITH, MD, Chairman Emeritus, The Smith Institute for Urology, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Northwell Health, New York, NY, USA GLENN M. PREMINGER, MD, Professor of Urology, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC, USA LOUIS R. KAVOUSSI, MD, Chairman of Urology, The Smith Institute for Urology, Hofstra Northwell School of Medicine, Northwell Health, New York, NY, USA GOPAL H. BADLANI, MD, Professor of Urology and Gynecology, Vice Chair Department of Urology, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
TWO-VOLUME SET THE AUTHORITATIVE GUIDE TO ENDOUROLOGIC PROCEDURES AND TECHNIQUES, REVISED AND UPDATED The revised fourth edition of Smith's Textbook of Endourology offers a definitive reference book that addresses every aspect of endourologic procedures including methods of access, operative techniques, complications, and postoperative care. Edited by the father of endourology, the textbook contains a step-by-step review of percutaneous surgery, ureteroscopy, extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy, laparoscopy, and lower urinary tract procedures. The text also explores the most recent changes in robotic and laparoscopic procedures as well as image-guided technologies. In addition, the function of state-of-the-art endourologic instruments is outlined for each procedure. All the chapters have been thoroughly revised to reflect the latest society guidelines; the majority rewritten by new authors to highlight the latest technologies and standard of care. Designed to be accessible, the full-color text contains 1200 illustrations and 20 new chapters that reflect the most recent advances in endourology. The companion website features more than 100 surgical videos that highlight experts performing endourology. KEY FEATURES Offers a comprehensive reference that covers all the techniques and technologies in endourology Includes 20 brand new chapters on the most recent advances in endourology Contains 166 chapters with contributions from the world's leading urologists Presents a full-color reference with outstanding illustrations that are fully downloadable Written for urologists, Smith's Textbook of Endourology continues to offer an essential reference book that contains a vast amount of extra content and offers information on the latest developments in the field.
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