Many health problems of the female are quiet often ignored by patients, doctors and even consultants do not have complete knowledge to manage such problems. One such subject is female urinary incontinence, which remains elusive both for the gynecologists and urologists. Quite often, there is a myth that the other specialty must be managing more patients. The patient gets tossed from a general practitioner to a consultant or a quack or not attended at all.
A complete and compressive book was much needed to explain various types of urinary incontinence, their prevalence and methods to diagnose. A thorough knowledge of physiology, anatomy and neuroanatomy is needed, backed by good clinical evaluation and role of urodynamic videocystometry.
The medical management, conventional, laparoscopic and sling surgeries, selections of right procedure, accurate operative steps, difficulties, complications, long-term outcomes, controversies about type of sling-tape or mesh. New restrictions, older options revived, sacral modulation, artificial urethral sphincter and bulking agents, all are covered in the book.
The team of contributors are experts in respective fields with unique arts of teaching, simplified with caution when needed.
Understanding Female Urinary Incontinence and Master Management—a FOGSI publication will go a long way to.