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Main description:

This manual captures and summarizes the key elements in management of groin pain, including relevant anatomy, etiologies, diagnostic evaluation tools, imaging, detailed pharmacologic options, interventional modalities and options for operative remediation. The manual separately addresses the management of intrinsic groin pain due to primary disease processes and secondary groin pain due to a prior operation. Current practices, trends in the field, treatment approaches and controversies are addressed. While the primary audience of this book will be general surgeons performing hernia operations and pain management specialists to whom they refer, the SAGES Manual of Groin Pain will serve as a stand alone state-of-the-art resource for all providers who deal with this diagnosis, including primary care providers, sports medicine specialists, gynecologists, urologists, orthopedists, neurologists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, radiologists, physical therapists, industry personnel and importantly, patients who suffer from groin pain who have copious access to health information, but without the filtering, expertise and context provided by the contributors to this manual.

This volume also uniquely provides its audience with narrative first-person accounts of some of the most common and challenging causes of pain, so that others can learn from their presentation, pitfalls, successes and failures. The expertise compiled in this manual will give the readership a pragmatic foundation to optimize the diagnosis and management of our patients with this challenging problem.


Feature:

The only single resource that comprehensively addresses this topic

Addresses current practices, trends in the field, treatment approaches and controversies

Written by experts in the field


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​This manual captures and summarizes the key elements in management of groin pain, including relevant anatomy, etiologies, diagnostic evaluation tools, imaging, detailed pharmacologic options, interventional modalities, and options for operative remediation. The manual separately addresses the management of intrinsic groin pain due to primary disease processes and secondary groin pain due to a prior operation.  Current practices, trends in the field, treatment approaches, and controversies are addressed. This volume also uniquely provides its audience with narrative first person accounts of some of the most common and challenging causes of pain, so that others can learn from their presentation, pitfalls, successes, and failures. The expertise compiled in this manual will give the readership a pragmatic foundation to optimize the diagnosis and management of our patients with this challenging problem.

SAGES Manual of Groin Pain will serve as a stand alone, state-of-the-art resource for all providers who deal with this diagnosis, including primary care providers, sports medicine specialists, gynecologists, urologists, orthopedists, neurologists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists, radiologists, physical therapists, industry personnel, and, importantly, patients who suffer from groin pain.


Contents:

Foreword

L. Michael Brunt

Part I  Primary Groin Pain

 Chapter 1

Introduction to Primary and Secondary Groin Pain: What Is Inguinodynia?

Brian P. Jacob, David C. Chen, Bruce Ramshaw, and Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 2

Groin Pain: A Neurologic and Musculoskeletal Anatomic Review

Irmina Anna Gawlas and Warwick J. Peacock

 Chapter 3

Complex Regional Pain Syndrome Types I and II

Payam Vahedifar and Evish Kamrava

 Chapter 4

Chief Complaint of Groin Pain: How to Take and Document a Specific Groin Pain History, Exam, and What Studies to Order

Jacob A. Greenberg

 Chapter 5

Groin Pain: An Overview of the Broad Differential Diagnosis

Charles Ma and Archana Ramaswamy

 Chapter 6

Groin Pain Etiology: The Inguinal Hernia, the Occult Inguinal Hernia, and the Lipoma

Ibrahim M. Daoud and Katherine Dunn

 Chapter 7

Groin Pain Etiology: Athletic Pubalgia Evaluation and Management

Gregory J. Mancini

 Chapter 8

Groin Pain Etiology: Hip Referred Groin Pain

Joshua C. Campbell and Guy D. Paiement

 Chapter 9

Groin Pain Etiology: Spine and Back Causes

Charles H. Li, Victor W. Chang, and Daniel Lu

 Chapter 10

Groin Pain Etiology: Spermatic Cord and Testicular Causes

Juzar Jamnagerwalla and Howard H. Kim

 Chapter 11

Groin Pain Etiology: Pudendal Neuralgia

Michael Hibner and Catherine Coyne

 Chapter 12

Chronic Pelvic Pain in Women

M. Jonathon Solnik and Matthew Thomas Siedhoff

 Chapter 13

Imaging for Evaluation of Groin Pain

Joseph M. Miller, Shane D. Smith, David N. Ishimitsu, and Rola Saouaf

 Chapter 14

Perioperative Pain Management: Multi-Modalities to Prevent Postoperative Chronic Pain

Brian J. Dunkin

 Part II Secondary Groin Pain

 Chapter 15

Chronic Groin Pain Following Anterior Hernia Surgery

Jennifer S. Schwartz, David S. Strosberg, and David B. Renton

 Chapter 16

Chronic Groin Pain Following Posterior Hernia Surgery

Edward L. Felix

 Chapter 17

The Orthopaedic Perspective on Groin Pain: The Native and Prosthetic Hip

Calin Stefan Moucha

 Chapter 18

Algorithmic Approach to the Workup and Management of Chronic Postoperative Inguinal Pain

Johan F. M. Lange, Jr.

 Chapter 19

Radiologic Evaluation for Postoperative Groin Pain

Joseph M. Miller, David N. Ishimitsu, and Rola Saouaf

Chapter 20

Management of Groin Pain: Interventional and Pharmacologic Approaches

Anuj Malhotra

 Chapter 21

Dermatome Mapping: Preoperative and Postoperative Assessment

Rigoberto Álvarez

 Chapter 22

Management of Inguinal Hernia Recurrences (When Pain Is The Primary Symptom)

Keri A. Seymour and Jin S. Yoo

 Chapter 23

Mesh Removal for Chronic Pain: A Review of Laparoscopic and Open Techniques

Lisa A. Cunningham and Bruce Ramshaw

 Chapter 24

Open Triple Neurectomy

Ian T. MacQueen, David C. Chen, and Parviz K. Amid

 Chapter 25

Laparoscopic Triple Neurectomy

Stephanie A. Kingman, Parviz K. Amid, and David C. Chen

 Chapter 26

Chronic Orchialgia: Workup and Management

Jamin V. Brahmbhatt, Ahmet Gudeloglu, and Sijo J. Parekattil

 Part III           Current Debates

 Chapter 27

The Role of Bioactive Prosthetic Material for the Treatment of Sports Hernias

David S. Edelman

 Chapter 28

Prevention of Pain: Optimizing the Open Primary Inguinal Hernia Repair Technique

Giampiero Campanelli, Marta Cavalli, Piero Bruni, Valentina De Berardinis, and Grazia Bombini

 Chapter 29

Prevention of Pain: Optimizing the Laparoscopic TEP and TAPP Techniques

Jorge Daes Daccarett

Chapter 30

Prophylactic Neurectomy versus Pragmatic Neurectomy

Matthew I. Goldblatt

 Chapter 31

Triple Neurectomy versus Selective Neurectomy

Wolfgang M. J. Reinpold and Alexander D. Schroeder

 Chapter 32

Chronic Groin Pain: Mesh or No Mesh

Nathaniel F. Stoikes, David L. Webb, and and Guy R. Voeller

 Section IV. Case Reports and Patients’ Perspectives

 Chapter 33

Foreign Body Reaction, Fibromyalgia, and Autoimmune Disorders

Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 34

Patient With Groin Pain After an Athletic Event

Kent W. Kercher

 Chapter 35

Chronic Post-Inguinal Herniorrhaphy Pain: A Patient’s Perspective

David C. Chen and Brian P. Jacob

 Chapter 36

Sports Hernia With Adductor Tendonitis

Frederick J. Brody and Jeffrey Harr

 Chapter 37

Patient With Groin Pain After a Plug and Patch Hernia Repair

Christopher G. DuCoin and Garth R. Jacobsen

 Chapter 38

Patient With Groin Pain After Open Inguinal Hernia Repair With Mesh

Jeffrey A. Blatnik and Ajita S. Prabhu

 Chapter 39

Patient With Groin Pain After a Lichtenstein Hernia Repair

Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 40

Patient With Groin Pain After Tissue Repair, Anterior Approach

Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 41

Right Inguinal Hernia With Osteitis Pubis: A Case Report of Osteitis Pubis and Ipsilateral Inguinal Hernia

Naif A. Al-Enazi and Brian P. Jacob

 Chapter 42

Patient With Chronic Pelvic Pain

Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 43

Thoracolumbar Syndrome

James A. Rydlewicz and Dean J. Mikami

 Chapter 44

Patient With Referred Hip Pain

Shirin Towfigh

 Chapter 45

Value-Based Clinical Quality Improvement (CQI) for Chronic Groin Pain After Inguinal Hernia Repair

Bruce Ramshaw

 Chapter 46

Patient Care Manager Perspective on Chronic Groin Pain After Hernia Repair

Brandie Forman and Bruce Ramshaw

 Chapter 47

Workers' Compensation:  An Occupational Perspective on Groin Pain, Including Psychosocial Variables, Causality, and Return to Work

Joseph S. Pachman and Brian P. Jacob


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9783319215877
Publisher: Springer (Springer International Publishing)
Publication date: December, 2015
Pages: 694

Subcategories: Anaesthetics and Pain, General, General Practice

MEET THE AUTHOR

Brian P Jacob, MD, FACS

Associate Clinical Professor of Surgery, Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai;Partner, Laparoscopic Surgical Center of New York; Regional Medical Director (New York) AngelMD; Founder, International Hernia Collaboration, Inc., New York, New York

David C. Chen, MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Surgery; Clinical Director, Lichtenstein Amid Hernia Clinic, Department of Surgery, David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA, Santa Monica, California

Bruce Ramshaw, MD, FACS

Co-Director, Advanced Hernia Solutions at Transformative Care Institute; Chief Medical Officer, Surgical Momentum; Chairman, the Bruce Kennedy General Surgery Residency Program at Halifax Health; Associate Clinical Professor, Florida State University, Daytona Beach, Florida 

Shirin Towfigh, MD, FACS

President, Beverly Hills Hernia Center, Beverly Hills, California