About the book
Pelvic floor disorder is an umbrella diagnosis that covers the abnormalities of anatomy and function in the bladder, urethra, rectum, and, in women, the uterus and vagina. Although the complex etiology of pelvic floor disorder remains unclear, significant advances have been made in understanding this condition over the last decade. The proposed book aims to provide the readers with an update on the clinical aspects of pelvic floor disorder. Not only will the epidemiology, risk factors, and pathophysiology be introduced, but also the diagnostic challenge and management strategies will be discussed. On one hand, the newest high-quality evidence will be presented throughout each chapter, which can guarantee the contents of the book has a high academic level. On the other hand, the book will focus on practicability, which allows clinicians to use it in their clinical practice.
The authors from different countries will also demonstrate their valuable experience in this book. In a word, this book can not only help physicians and surgeons to understand the condition deeply, but it may also provide a meaningful education for patients with pelvic floor disorder.