Arteriography of the Pelvis: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures by J.-J. MerlandArteriography of the Pelvis: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures by J.-J. Merland

Arteriography of the Pelvis: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures

byJ.-J. Merland, J. ChirasEditorM.C. Riche

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The anatomic structure of the vascular supply of the pelvis has long been the subject of study. Progress in angiography rendered it a valu­ able diagnostic aid. Nevertheless, angiography is finding new applica­ tions in combination with the technique of superselective catheteriza­ tion, opening the way for interventional angiography. Remarkable as this may prove, one must not overlook the difficulties involved, most of which essentially result from insufficient knowledge of the anatomic structure concerned: the pelvic arteries are particularly pro b­ lema tic owing to their complexity and multiple variations. For this reason we here attempt to chart precisely the course of each artery supplying the pelvis and to provide a synthetic study of the different vascular territories. The book is completed by some pathologic exam­ ples which illustrate the sometimes very important role of embolization in therapy. VII Acknowledgements This work has been produced in close collaboration with urologists, gynecologists, orthopedic surgeons, gastroitestinal surgeons, and neu­ rosurgeons. We would particularly like to thank all those who have referred their patients to us, and especially Prof. Kuss from the Depart­ ment of Urology, Hopital La Pitie, whose role in the realization of this book was crucial, and his colleagues, Prof. LE GUILLOU, Prof. JARDIN, and Prof. CHATELAIN. Others to whom we owe our thanks in the above respect are Prof. STEG and Prof. BoccoN-GmoD (Depart­ ment of Urology, Hopital Cochin); Prof. DUFOUR, Prof. CUKIER, and Dr. LEPAGE (Department of Urology, Hopital Necker); Prof.
Title:Arteriography of the Pelvis: Diagnostic and Therapeutic ProceduresFormat:PaperbackDimensions:134 pages, 28 × 21 × 0.01 inPublished:November 18, 2011Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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Table of Contents

1 Technique.- A. Selective Arteriography of the Hypogastric Artery.- B. Superselective Arteriography of the Hypogastric Artery.- I. Axillary-Brachial Approach (Usually Left Side).- II. Femoral Approach, Homolaterally and Contralateral.- C. Branches of the Aorta.- D. Branches of the Iliofemoral Artery.- E. Patient Preparation and Surveillance During and After the Examination.- F. Additional Procedures.- G. Irradiation Protection.- H. Side Effects and Accidents.- I. Embolization.- I. Materials Used.- II. Procedure and Choice of Material.- III. Precautions.- IV. Side Effects.- V. Accidental Manifestations.- 2 Normal Angiography.- A. Generalities.- B. Hypogastric Artery.- I. Introduction.- II. Embryology.- III. Radiologic Anatomy.- 1. Origin.- 2. Course.- 3. Termination.- a) Posterior Trunk of the Hypogastric Artery.- b) Anterior Trunk.- C. Pelvic Branches of the Abdominal Aorta.- I. Radiologic Anatomy.- 1. Middle Sacral Artery.- 2. Superior Rectal Artery.- 3. Spermatic and Ovarian Arteries.- a) Right and Left Internal Spermatic Arteries.- b) Ovarian Arteries.- D.Branches of the Iliofemoral Axis.- I. Radiologic Anatomy.- 1. Deep Circumflex Iliac Artery.- 2. Inferior Epigastric Artery.- 3. External Pudendal Arteries.- 4. Psoas Arteries.- 3 Vascular Territories.- A. Introduction.- B. Blood Supplies to the Pelvic Wall.- I. Blood Supply to the Sacrum.- II. Blood Supply to the Hip Bone.- III. Blood Supply to the Pelvic Floor.- C. Blood Supplies to the Extrapelvic Structures.- I. Gluteal Region.- II. Posteroproximal Part of the Thigh.- III. Obturator Region.- IV. Perineal Area.- V. External Genitalia in the Male.- D. Blood Supplies to the Pelvic Viscera.- I. Bladder.- II. Rectum.- III. Female Genital Organs.- 1. Uterus.- 2. Vagina.- IV. Accessory Male Genital Organs.- 4 Pathology.- A. Introduction.- B. Vascular Diseases.- I. Arteritis.- II. Traumatic Vascular Lesions.- III. Vascular Malformations.- IV. Capillary Vascular Malformations.- V. Capillary-Venular Vascular Malformations.- VI. Venous Vascular Malformations.- C. Tumoral Processes.- I. Parietal Tumors.- II. Neuronal Tumors.- III. Visceral Tumors.- D. Hemorrhagic Syndromes.- I. Prostatic Hemorrhages.- II. Rectal Hemorrhages.- III. Genital Hemorrhages.- E. Impotence.- 5 Bibliography.- 6 Subject Index.