By Jay Y. Gillenwater MD, John T. Grayhack MD, Stuart S. Howards MD, Michael E. Mitchell MD
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This 2d revised variation covers administration and remedy of bladder and bowel dysfunctions in women and men, pelvic organ prolapse, matters about the aged, neurologically impaired sufferers and people with pelvic ache. New chapters hide caliber of existence, remedy of bladder and bowel disorder in teenagers, the background of pelvic flooring muscle workout and handbook treatment.
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The sphincter loop is continuous with muscle bundles that run along the anterior and lateral aspects of the prostate and extend cranially to the bladder neck. Thus, in the adult male, the rhabdosphincter of the urethra does not form a complete collar around the membranous urethra. It should rather be described as a muscular coat ventral and lateral to the membranous urethra and prostate, the core of which is the omega-shaped loop around the urethra. Furthermore, the rhabdosphincter is separated from the ventral portion of the levator ani muscle by a sheet of connective tissue.
57. Pelvic dissection in a female. The peritoneum has been partially removed. The first part of the pelvic portion of the ureter describes an anteriorly convex arch. It lies medial to the internal iliac artery and its branches, and it crosses the obturator nerve on the lateral pelvic wall just below the parietal peritoneum (Fig. 56). In the female, the ureter usually passes behind the ovary on the floor of the ovarian fossa (Fig. 57). After crossing the pelvic vessels, the ureter diverges from the parietal peritoneum to enter the pararectal connective tissue (paraproctium).
Exposure of the Rectovesical Septum (Posterior Bladder Pedicle) The neurovascular sheath transmits the arteries and veins of the seminal vesicles and prostate in addition to the pelvic splanchnic nerves. The space between the rectal fascia and Denonvilliers' fascia is developed. The posterior bladder pedicle is held between the second and third fingers as the second finger presses downward on the rectum, and the posterior pedicle is progressively ligated as far as the endopelvic parietal fascia.
Adult and Pediatric Urology (3-Volume Set) by Jay Y. Gillenwater MD, John T. Grayhack MD, Stuart S. Howards MD, Michael E. Mitchell MD