Burghardt's Primary Care Colposcopy Textbook and Atlas

Author: Olaf Reich, MD, Frank Girardi, MD, Karl Tamussino, MD, FACS, Hellmuth Pickel, MD
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Publisher: Thieme
Publication Date: 2017
ISBN 10: 3131307226
ISBN 13: 9783131307224
eISBN: 9783131627124
Edition: 2nd

Description:

Like the successful first edition, the great strength of this completely revised and updated second edition of Burghardt's Primary Care Colposcopy is its oversized, high-quality color colposcopic photographs. Novice and experienced examining practitioners will appreciate the utility of these diagnosticquality images in making confident assessments regarding the appearance of the cervix as seen in colposcopy. All requisite information for the successful implementation of this standard gynecologic procedure - histopathologic processes, fundamentals of colposcopic technique and examination, equipment, terminology, documentation, and standard guidelines - is encompassed in this concise and practical textbook and atlas.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • Important Note
  • Preface

Chapter 1: Human Papillomaviruses and Cervical Cancer

  • 1.1 Etiology of Cervical Cancer
  • 1.2 Natural History of Cervical Cancer
  • 1.3 Morphogenesis of Cervical Cancer
  • 1.4 HPV Vaccines
  • Further Reading

Chapter 2: Role of Colposcopy

  • 2.1 Routine Colposcopy
  • 2.2 Colposcopy to Evaluate an Abnormal Pap Smear
  • 2.3 Colposcopy to Evaluate Patients Positive for HPV
  • 2.4 Colposcopy to Evaluate Abnormal Cytologic Findings during Pregnancy
  • 2.5 Colposcopy to Evaluate Lesions before Treatment
  • 2.6 Colposcopy in Screen-and-Treat Approaches in Resource-Poor Settings
  • Further Reading

Chapter 3: The Colposcope and the Colposcopic Examination

  • 3.1 Colposcopic Instruments
  • 3.2 Biopsy Instruments
  • 3.3 The Colposcopic Examination
  • 3.4 Therapeutic Implications of Abnormal Colposcopic Findings
  • Further Reading

Chapter 4: Teaching and Training Colposcopy

  • 4.1 Colposcopy Training in Europe
  • 4.2 European Diploma in Colposcopy
  • Further Reading

Chapter 5: Colposcopic Terminology

  • Further Reading

Chapter 6: Colposcopic Findings

  • 6.1 Normal Colposcopic Appearances
  • 6.2 Abnormal Colposcopic Findings
  • 6.3 Miscellaneous Colposcopic Findings
  • 6.4 Assessment of Colposcopic Findings
  • 6.5 Criteria for Differential Diagnosis
  • 6.6 Combinations of Abnormalities
  • Further Reading

Chapter 7: Colposcopy in Pregnancy

  • 7.1 Effects of Pregnancy on Colposcopic Findings
  • 7.2 Benign Changes in Pregnancy
  • 7.3 Suspicious Changes
  • 7.4 The Puerperium
  • 7.5 Biopsy during Pregnancy
  • Further Reading

Chapter 8: Colposcopy of the Vulva

  • 8.1 Histology of the Vulva
  • 8.2 Diagnostic Methods for Evaluating Vulvar Lesions
  • 8.3 Vulvar Carcinogenesis
  • 8.4 Preinvasive (Intraepithelial) Lesions
  • 8.5 Nonneoplastic Conditions
  • Further Reading

Chapter 9: Colposcopy of the Vagina

  • 9.1 Histology
  • 9.2 Vaginal Carcinogenesis
  • 9.3 Squamous Intraepithelial Lesions
  • 9.4 Diagnostic Methods for SIL
  • 9.5 Histologic Terminology and Classification
  • 9.6 Histomorphology of Vaginal SIL
  • 9.7 Management of SIL
  • 9.8 Vaginal Melanoma
  • Further Reading

Chapter 10: Colposcopy of the Perianal Region

  • 10.1 Anatomy and Histology
  • 10.2 Anal Carcinogenesis
  • 10.3 Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia
  • 10.4 Diagnostic Methods for AIN
  • 10.5 Histologic Terminology and Classification
  • 10.6 Management of AIN
  • Further Reading