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《威廉姆斯妇科学》(第3版)

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著者:[美]芭芭拉·L.霍夫曼(Barbara L.Hoffman)等
书   号:978-7-5189-4997-7   
字数:2280千字       
 装帧:精装     印张:81      

尺寸:216毫米×276毫米   开本:1/16
版次:2019年3月第1版 
正文用纸: 铜版纸   
 定价:1118.00元
出版:科学技术文献出版社   
 
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•集全色医学文本和外科学图谱于一身,调查了妇科疾病的整个范围,包括普通妇科、生殖内分泌科和不孕科、泌尿妇科和妇科肿瘤科

•展示的妇科手术图集包含450多余幅描述手术技术的彩色图片

•独特的模板化文本设计确保了一致的诊断和治疗方法

•强有力的程序导向涵盖了大量的外科手术,这些手术都有详细的说明

•基于证据的疾病评估讨论加强并支持本书诊断和治疗方法的临床相关性

•在医生的脑海中创建了大量的妇科解剖学章节

•修订内容以跟上新的和扩展的内容,包括微创手术、良性妇科、泌尿妇科、妇科肿瘤、生殖内分泌科的亚专科

著者简介

[美]芭芭拉·L.霍夫曼(Barbara L.Hoffman),医学博士,德克萨斯大学达拉斯西南医学中心妇产科副教授。

 
内容简介

威廉姆斯妇科医学是妇科教科书结合了全面的快速参考指南和全彩色外科图集为一体美丽插图卷。提供涵盖了妇科保健和疾病管理,包括良性的一般妇科;生殖内分泌学、不孕和更年期;女性盆腔药物和重建手术;和妇科肿瘤。手术管理部分包括妇科手术和妇科手术图集,包括良性妇科手术、微创手术、女性盆腔重建手术、妇科恶性肿瘤手术。第三版有精美的插图,有数百幅原作的外科图集和医学参考部分。每一章都遵循一个实用的模板,为诊断和治疗提供一致的方法。由于其广泛使用的治疗算法,鉴别诊断和其他元素,这本书是一个杰出的快速参考书。

简  目

SECTION 1:BENIGN GENERAL GYNECOLOGY
SECTION 2:REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY, INFERTILITY, AND THE MENOPAUSE
SECTION 3:FEMALE PELVIC MEDICINE AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
SECTION 4:GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
SECTION 5:ASPECTS OF GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
SECTION 6:ATLAS OF GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
Index. . 1225
 
目 录

Editors
Contributors
Artists
Preface
Acknowledgments
SECTION 1:BENIGN GENERAL GYNECOLOGY
1. Well Woman Care
2. Techniques Used for Imaging inGynecology
3. Gynecologic Infection
4. Benign Disorders of the Lower GenitalTract
5. Contraception and Sterilization.
6. First-Trimester Abortion
7. Ectopic Pregnancy
8. Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
9. Pelvic Mass
10. Endometriosis
11. Pelvic Pain
12. Breast Disease
13. Psychosocial Issues and FemaleSexuality
14. Pediatric Gynecology
SECTION 2:REPRODUCTIVE ENDOCRINOLOGY, INFERTILITY, AND THE MENOPAUSE
15. Reproductive Endocrinology
16. Amenorrhea
17. Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome andHyperandrogenism
18. Anatomic Disorders
19. Evaluation of the Infertile Couple
20. Treatment of the Infertile Couple
21. Menopausal Transition
22. The Mature Woman.
SECTION 3:FEMALE PELVIC MEDICINE AND RECONSTRUCTIVE SURGERY
23. Urinary Incontinence
24. Pelvic Organ Prolapse
25. Anal Incontinence and Functional AnorectalDisorders
26. Genitourinary Fistula and UrethralDiverticulum
SECTION 4:GYNECOLOGIC ONCOLOGY
27. Principles of Chemotherapy
28. Principles of Radiation Therapy
29. Preinvasive Lesions of the LowerGenital Tract
30. Cervical Cancer
31. Vulvar Cancer
32. Vaginal Cancer
33. Endometrial Cancer
34. Uterine Sarcoma
35. Epithelial Ovarian Cancer
36. Ovarian Germ Cell and Sex Cord-StromalTumors
37. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
SECTION 5:ASPECTS OF GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
38. Anatomy
39. Preoperative Considerations
40. Intraoperative Considerations
41. Minimally Invasive Surgery Fundamentals
42. Postoperative Considerations.
SECTION 6:ATLAS OF GYNECOLOGIC SURGERY
43. Surgeries for Benign GynecologicDisorders
43-1. Midline Vertical Incision
43-2. Pfannenstiel Incision
43-3. Cherney Incision
43-4. Maylard Incision
43-5. Ovarian Cystectomy
43-6. Salpingo-oophorectomy
43-7. Interval Partial Salpingectomy
43-8. Salpingectomy and Salpingostomy
43-9. Cornuostomy and Cornual WedgeResection
43-10. Abdominal Myomectomy
43-11. Vaginal Myomectomy for ProlapsedLeiomyoma
43-12. Abdominal Hysterectomy
43-13. Vaginal Hysterectomy
43-14. Trachelectomy
43-15. Sharp Dilatation and Curettage
43-16. Suction Dilatation and Curettage
43-17. Hymenectomy
43-18. Bartholin Gland Duct Incision andDrainage
43-19. Bartholin Gland Duct Marsupialization
43-20. Bartholin Gland Duct Cystectomy
43-21. Vulvar Abscess Incision and Drainage
43-22. Vestibulectomy
43-23. Labia Minora Reduction
43-24. Vaginal Septum Excision
43-25. McIndoe Procedure
43-26. Treatment of Preinvasive EctocervicalLesions
43-27. Cervical Conization.
43-28. Treatment of Vulvar IntraepithelialNeoplasia
44. Minimally Invasive Surgery
44-1. Diagnostic Laparoscopy
44-2. Laparoscopic Sterilization
44-3. Laparoscopic Salpingectomy
44-4. Laparoscopic Salpingostomy
44-5. Laparoscopic Ovarian Cystectomy
44-6. Laparoscopic Salpingo-oophorectomy
44-7. Ovarian Drilling
44-8. Laparoscopic Myomectomy
44-9. Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
44-10. Laparoscopic SupracervicalHysterectomy
44-11. Total Laparoscopic Hysterectomy
44-12. Diagnostic Hysteroscopy
44-13. Hysteroscopic Polypectomy
44-14. Hysteroscopic Myomectomy
44-15. Endometrial Ablation Procedures
44-16. Transcervical Sterilization
44-17. Hysteroscopic Septoplasty
44-18. Proximal Fallopian Tube Cannulation
44-19. Lysis of Intrauterine Adhesions
45. Surgeries for Pelvic Floor Disorders
45-1. Diagnostic and Operative Cystoscopyand Urethroscopy
45-2. Burch Colposuspension
45-3. Tension-free Vaginal Tape
45-4. Transobturator Tape Sling
45-5. Pubovaginal Sling
45-6. Urethral Bulking Injections
45-7. Urethrolysis
45-8. Midurethral Sling Release
45-9. Urethral Diverticulum Repair
45-10. Vesicovaginal Fistula Repair
45-11. Martius Bulbocavernosus Fat Pad Flap
45-12. Sacral Neuromodulation
45-13. Anterior Colporrhaphy
45-14. Abdominal Paravaginal Defect Repair
45-15. Posterior Colporrhaphy
45-16. Perineorrhaphy
45-17. Abdominal Sacrocolpopexy
45-18. Minimally Invasive Sacrocolpopexy
45-19. Vaginal Uterosacral LigamentSuspension
45-20. Abdominal Uterosacral LigamentSuspension
45-21. Sacrospinous Ligament Fixation
45-22. McCall Culdoplasty
45-23. Abdominal Culdoplasty Procedures
45-24. Colpocleisis
45-25. Anal Sphincteroplasty
45-26. Rectovaginal Fistula Repair
46. Surgeries for Gynecologic Malignancies
46-1. Radical Abdominal Hysterectomy (TypeIII)
46-2. Modified Radical AbdominalHysterectomy (Type II)
46-3. Minimally Invasive Radical Hysterectomy
46-4. Total Pelvic Exenteration
46-5. Anterior Pelvic Exenteration
46-6. Posterior Pelvic Exenteration
46-7. Incontinent Urinary Conduit
46-8. Continent Urinary Conduit
46-9. Vaginal Reconstruction
46-10. Pelvic Lymphadenectomy
46-11. Paraaortic Lymphadenectomy
46-12. Minimally Invasive Staging forGynecologic Malignancies
46-13. En Bloc Pelvic Resection
46-14. Omentectomy
46-15. Splenectomy
46-16. Diaphragmatic Surgery
46-17. Colostomy
46-18. Large Bowel Resection
46-19. Ileostomy
46-20. Small Bowel Resection
46-21. Low Anterior Resection
46-22. Intestinal Bypass
46-23. Appendectomy
46-24. Skinning Vulvectomy
46-25. Radical Partial Vulvectomy
46-26. Radical Complete Vulvectomy
46-27. Inguinofemoral Lymphadenectomy
46-28. Reconstructive Grafts and Flaps
Index. . 1225

前  言

Thefirst edition of Williams Obstetrics was published over a century ago. Sincethen, the editors of this seminal text have presented a comprehensive andevidenced-based discussion of obstetrics. Patterned after our patriarch,Williams Gynecology provides a thorough presentation of gynecology’s depth andbreadth. In Section 1, general gynecology topics are covered. Sections 2provides chapters covering reproductive endocrinology and infertility. Thedeveloping field of female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery ispresented in Section 3. In Section 4, gynecologic oncology is discussed.

Traditionally,gynecologic information has been offered within the format of either a didactictext or a surgical atlas. However, because the day-to-day activities of agynecologist blends these two, so too did we. The initial four sections of ourbook describe the evaluation and medical treatment of gynecologic problems. Theremaining two sections focus on the surgical patient. Section 5 offers detailedanatomy and a discussion of perioperative considerations. Our final sectionpresents an illustrated atlas for the surgical correction of conditionsdescribed in Sections 1 through 4. To interconnect this content, readers willfind page references within one chapter that will direct them to complementarycontent in another.

Althoughdiscussions of disease evaluation and treatment are evidence based, our textstrives to assist the practicing gynecologist and resident. Accordingly,chapters are extensively complemented by illustrations, photographs, diagnosticalgorithms, and treatment tables.

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《威廉姆斯产科学》(第25版)

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著者:[美]F.加里·坎宁根(F. GaryCunningham)

装帧:精装  开本:1/16  印张:84
字数:2390千  页数:1328  
书号:978-7-5189-4998-4  
尺寸:216毫米×276毫米   
版次:2019年3月第1版  
印次:2019年3月第1次印刷
定价:1180.00元  
正文用纸: 铜版纸
出 版:科学技术文献出版社  

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世界权威产科学指南——现在的更新版更加注重母胎医学。

这本产科学著作定义了一代代妇产科医师遵循的原理,现在比更以往更加及时且不可或缺。由享誉全国的德克萨斯州大学西南医学中心作者所撰写,《威廉姆斯产科学》维持了它标志性的宽广涵盖范围以及临床适用性,并提供了本领域新视角。

这本里程碑式的作品以关于生殖系统解剖及生理学的讨论起始,与早产、妊娠相关感染、流产、高血压等产科疑难症相关临床章节相吻合。本新第25版体现了一个世纪的临床理论的结晶,并由超过1000张全彩插图辅助,并给予母胎医学这一高速发展的分支更多关注。
 
著者简介

[美] F.加里·坎宁根(F. GaryCunningham)
医学博士,德克萨斯大学西南医学中心妇产科副教授。

内容简介

本书是几代妇产科医生的产科教科书,本版书比以往任何时候都更有划时代的意义。作者是美国德州西南医学中心专家,威廉姆斯产科学全面覆盖床边临床内容,具有强的适用性,同时提供了该领域的新观点。

开篇具有里程碑意义的文章从生殖解剖学和生理学的基本讨论开始。结合临床章节涵盖产科并发症,如早产、妊娠相关感染、出血、高血压等。这是一个世纪的临床思维的高潮,新的第二十五版超过1000个全彩色插图,更加强调了快速增长的母胎医学的次级专业。

简  目

SECTION 1:OVERVIEW
SECTION 2:MATERNAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
SECTION 3:PLACENTATION, EMBRYOGENESIS, AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT
SECTION 4:PRECONCEPTIONAL AND PRENATAL CARE
SECTION 5:THE FETAL PATIENT
SECTION 6:EARLY PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS
SECTION 7:LABOR
SECTION 8:DELIVERY
SECTION 9:THE NEWBORN
SECTION 10:THE PUERPERIUM
SECTION 11:OBSTETRICAL COMPLICATIONS
SECTION 12:MEDICAL AND SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS
APPENDIX
 
目  录

Preface
Acknowledgments
SECTION 1:OVERVIEW
1. Overview of Obstetrics
SECTION 2:MATERNAL ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY
2. Maternal Anatomy
3. Congenital Genitourinary Abnormalities
4. Maternal Physiology
SECTION 3:PLACENTATION, EMBRYOGENESIS, AND FETAL DEVELOPMENT
5. Implantation and Placental Development
6. Placental Abnormalities
7. Embryogenesis and Fetal Development
SECTION 4:PRECONCEPTIONAL AND PRENATAL CARE
8. Preconceptional Care
9. Prenatal Care
SECTION 5:THE FETAL PATIENT
10. Fetal Imaging
11. Amnionic Fluid
12. Teratology, Teratogens, and FetotoxicAgents
13. Genetics
14. Prenatal Diagnosis
15. Fetal Disorders
16. Fetal Therapy
17. Fetal Assessment
SECTION 6:EARLY PREGNANCY COMPLICATIONS
18. Abortion
19. Ectopic Pregnancy
20. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease
SECTION 7:LABOR
21. Physiology of Labor
22. Normal Labor
23. Abnormal Labor
24. Intrapartum Assessment
25. Obstetrical Analgesia and Anesthesia
26. Induction and Augmentation of Labor
SECTION 8:DELIVERY
27. Vaginal Delivery
28. Breech Delivery
29. Operative Vaginal Delivery
30. Cesarean Delivery and Peripartum Hysterectomy
31. Prior Cesarean Delivery
SECTION 9:THE NEWBORN
32. The Newborn
33. Diseases and Injuries of the TermNewborn
34. The Preterm Newborn
35. Stillbirth
SECTION 10:THE PUERPERIUM
36. The Puerperium
37. Puerperal Complications
38. Contraception
39. Sterilization
SECTION 11:OBSTETRICAL COMPLICATIONS
40. Hypertensive Disorders
41. Obstetrical Hemorrhage
42. Preterm Birth
43. Postterm Pregnancy
44. Fetal-Growth Disorders
45. Multifetal Pregnancy
SECTION 12:MEDICAL AND SURGICAL COMPLICATIONS
46. General Considerations and MaternalEvaluation
47. Critical Care and Trauma
48. Obesity
49. Cardiovascular Disorders
50. Chronic Hypertension
51. Pulmonary Disorders
52. Thromboembolic Disorders
53. Renal and Urinary Tract Disorders
54. Gastrointestinal Disorders
55. Hepatic, Biliary, and Pancreatic Disorders
56. Hematological Disorders
57. Diabetes Mellitus
58. Endocrine Disorders
59. Connective Tissue Disorders
60. Neurological Disorders
61. Psychiatric Disorders
62. Dermatological Disorders
63. Neoplastic Disorders
64. Infectious Diseases
65. Sexually Transmitted Infections
APPENDIX
Serum and Blood Constituents
Maternal Echocardiographic Measurements
Fetal Sonographic Measurements
Index
 
前  言 

We celebrate this 25th edition of WilliamsObstetrics with great appreciation for the insight and expertise that the earlyeditors brought to this textbook. To pay tribute to the first author,J.Whitridge Williams, we begin each chapter with a passage from his 1st editionthat complements the topic. During this selection process, we were inspired bythe strides that modern obstetrics has made since that edition in 1903.Similarly, we were humbled by some of the classic challenges that stillpersist. Preterm labor, preeclampsia, and infections are some examples. Thatsaid, many of these advances were derived from rigorous, evidence-basedresearch. And, we acknowledge and support the power of this academic ideal tofurther our specialty in the decades to come. For this 25th edition, wecontinue to present the detailed staples of basic obstetrics such as maternalanatomy and physiology, preconceptional and prenatal care, labor, delivery, andthe puerperium. These accompany detailed discussions of obstetricalcomplications exemplified by preterm labor, hemorrhage, hypertension, and manymore. To emphasize the “M” in Maternal–Fetal Medicine, we continue to iteratethe many medical and surgical disorders that can complicate pregnancy. And, oursecond patient—the fetus—has accrued especial attention with an entire sectiondevoted to diagnosis and treatment of fetal disorders. For all of these, weonce again emphasize the science-based underpinnings of clinical obstetricswith special emphasis on biochemical and physiological principles. As was thehallmark of previous editions, these dovetail with descriptions ofevidence-based practices. Expert clinical pearls add depth to these discussionsand are written for busy practitioners— those “in the trenches.” To accomplishthese goals, the text has been updated with more than 3000 new literaturecitations through 2017. Many of the nearly 900 figures are new, and thesegraphs, sonograms, magnetic resonance images, photographs, photomicrographs, anddata graphs are almost all in vivid color. Much of the original artwork wasrendered by our own medical illustrators. Also, as before, we continue toincorporate contemporaneous guidelines from professional and academicorganizations such as the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, theSociety for Maternal–Fetal Medicine, the National Institutes of Health and theNational Institute for Child Health and Human Development, the Centers forDisease Control and Prevention, and other authoritative sources. Many of these dataare distilled into nearly 100 tables, in which information has been arranged inan easy read-and-use format. In addition, several diagnostic and managementalgorithms are available to quickly guide practitioners. Although we strive to citenumerous sources and provide multiple evidence-based options for suchmanagement schemes, we also include our own clinical experiences drawn from thelarge obstetrical service at Parkland Hospital. We are convinced that these aredisciplined examples of evidence-based obstetrics but quickly acknowledge thatthey do not constitute the sole method of management.

F. Gary Cunningham
Kenneth J. Leveno
Steven L. Bloom
Jodi S. Dashe
Barbara L. Hoffman
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