20 common problems in urology
From incontinence to impotence, primary care professionals are being asked to manage a wide range of urologic conditions commonly seen in the course of general practice. This book will help! It presents focused guidelines on diagnosing and managing the 20 most common genitourinary problems seen in the primary care setting. The user-friendly format features lists of key actions, approach to the patient, clinical pearls, differential diagnosis, treatment algorithms and patient instructions. The coverage here enables the primary care practitioner to manage these conditions successfully and confidently. Highlights include coverage of circumcision, urinary tract infections, urinary stones, impotence, incontinence, prostatism and more.
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URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS IN CHILDREN
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