Biomechanics of the female pelvic floorPublicado por : Elservier (Londres (Inglaterra)) Detalles físicos: xxiii, 444 páginas ISBN:9780128032282.
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Front Cover; Biomechanics of the Female Pelvic Floor; Copyright; Contents; Contributors; Editors Biography; Foreword; Preface; References; Introduction to the First Edition of Biomechanics of the Female Pelvic Floor: How to Use This Book; Section 1: Principles of Pelvic Floor Anatomy and Biomechanics; Chapter One: What Biomechanics Has to do With the Female Pelvic Floor -- A Historical Perspective; Evolution of Biomechanics Through the Centuries; Biomechanics in the 20th Century and Beyond and Applications to Medicine; References; Chapter Two: Pelvic Floor Anatomy and Pathology; Overview
Levator Ani and Anal SphinctersLevator Ani Muscle and Its Three Subdivisions; Overall Anatomy of the Levator Ani Muscle; Levator Ani and Anal Sphincter Lines of Action; External and Internal Anal Sphincters; Levator Ani Muscle Injury and Pelvic Organ Prolapse; Levator Ani Muscle Injury Associated with Prolapse; How Does Childbirth Cause Injury?; Alteration in Pelvic Sidewall Anatomy Due to Injury; Connective Tissue Supports of the Pelvic Organs; Apical Supports: Level I; Overview; Level I: Cardinal and Uterosacral Ligaments; Tissue Composition of Cardinal and Uterosacral Ligaments
Ligament GeometryLigament Changes with Prolapse; Anterior Compartment: Level II; Anterior Fascial and Levator Arches; Anterior Compartment: Level III; 3D Reconstructions of the Anterior Compartment and What Happens During Prolapse; Cystocele and Exposed Vaginal Length; Posterior Compartment; Anatomy of the Posterior Vaginal Wall Support as It Applies to Rrectocele; How Does Posterior Vaginal Wall Support Fail?; Interactions among Different Compartments; Conclusion; References; Chapter Three: Musculoskeletal Pelvic Anatomy; The Bony Pelvis and its Articulations; Sacrum; Coccyx
Innominate BonesIlium; Ischium; Pubis; The Skeletal Pelvis as a Whole; Articulations of the Pelvic Ring; The Sacroiliac Joint; The Pubic Symphysis; The Lumbosacral Joint; The Sacrococcygeal Joint; Muscles of the Thoracoabdominal Pelvic Cavity; Muscles of the Anterolateral Abdominal Wall; Posterior Muscles of the Abdominal Wall; Muscles of the Pelvis; Perineum: Outlet of the Pelvis; Fascia: In General and Specific to the Female Pelvis; Fascia of the Female Pelvis; Neuroanatomy of the Female Pelvis; Autonomic Nervous System of the Female Pelvis; Somatic Nervous System of the Female Pelvis
Abdominal Wall, Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, and the Promise of Computational ModelingReferences; Chapter Four: Introduction to Classical Mechanics; Introduction; Structural Versus Mechanical Properties; Structural Properties; Mechanical Properties; Types of Mechanical Tests; Uniaxial Tensile Test; Compression Tests; Shear Tests; Bending Tests; Categorization of Material Deformations; Elastic Deformation; Plastic Deformation; Viscoelasticity; Viscoelastic Experiments; Effect of Strain Rate; Stress Relaxation; Creep; Hysteresis; Conclusion; References