This book describes the PE PaPa professor Petros according to the application of its nearly 20 years of research work and whole theory developed clinical practice in female pelvic floor function and dysfunction and therapy. The main contents include female pelvic floor function and dysfunction of the anatomy and dynamics, connective tissue in the diagnosis of the injury, pelvic floor reconstruction operation (TFS operation), dynamic graphic pelvic floor rehabilitation, connective tissue dysfunction and some of the current research hotspots. The concept, technology and operation of the techniques described in this book uses a lot of graphics, vivid image, easy to understand metaphor. DVD CD includes diagnosis as well as on the TFS operation directed by Professor Petros. The two part. This book is a collection of theory and practice in one, very valuable books, available to all interested in the pelvic floor, clinicians in women health care, doctors, graduate students and all other interested disciplines physicians and staff learning, reading.
PE PaPa Petros, MBBS (Sydney), doctor of Medical Science (Uppsala), doctor of Science (University of Western Australia), MD (Sydney), the Royal College of Obstetricians and gynaecologists Honorary Fellow of the Australian and New Zealand, the Royal College of Obstetricians and gynaecologists honorary academician, Honorary Adviser West Australia Perth Royal hospital, vice professor of University of Western Australia.
Diagnosis of dynamic anatomy introduction 1.1 INTRODUCTION 1.2 the whole theory on the pelvic floor function and dysfunction of the 1.3 chapter summarizes anatomy and dynamics of the second chapter of pelvic floor function and dysfunction of 2.1 pelvic floor function 2.2 pelvic floor function 2.3 connective tissue in pelvic floor function and dysfunction in this chapter third chapter 2.4 summarizes the connective tissue damage 3.1 integral theory diagnosis system: an overview 3.2 integral theory diagnosis system of 3.3 integral theory diagnosis system knowledge of symptoms in 3.4 of this chapter summarizes the fourth chapter the whole theory and pelvic floor reconstruction operation 4.1 introduction 4.2 the whole theory of pelvic floor reconstruction operation solution 4.3 according to the operation method application of the whole theory of damaged parts of 4.4 intensive care after operation: controlling recurrence or new symptoms strategy 4.5 this chapter summed up the fifth chapter pelvic floor rehabilitation 5.1 introduction 5.2 overall theory for graphical dynamic graphic pelvic floor rehabilitation 5.3 of this chapter summarizes the sixth chapter pelvic connective tissue of pelvic floor dysfunction 6.1 function and dysfunction of the 6.2 "simulation" dynamic graphic: clinical examples in this chapter seventh chapter 6.3 summary of current and under Research problem 7.1 introduction 7.2 diagnosis decision-making approach improved diagnostic 7.3 overall theoretical support system (ITDS) 7.4 possible clinical contact 7.5 fecal incontinence eighth chapter conclusion Appendix 1 patients questionnaire and other diagnostic resource tool Appendix 2 references and further reading literature index
"The female pelvic floor: the whole theory application of the whole theory of function, dysfunction and treatment based on" the PE PaPa professor Petros according to its nearly 20 years of research and development of clinical practice of female pelvic floor dysfunction and describe the function, a new therapeutic theory. Concepts, methods and techniques of the theoretical description was influenced by the scientific methodology and philosophy. For female pelvic floor entirety through "of female pelvic floor: the whole theory function, dysfunction and treatment based on (with CD-ROM)" beginning, with the chaos theory in the "Butterfly Effect" to understand the changes of pelvic floor. "The female pelvic floor: the whole theory function, dysfunction and treatment based on (with CD)" diagnosis method is proposed and the operation path has opened up a new world in the field of Obstetrics and gynecology.
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