Urology for primary care physicians
Presenting a text that serves as a quick reference for the diagnosis and management of urologic complications. Each chapter includes an introduction, pathophysiology, clinical signs and symptoms, diagnosis, management and indications for referral. Topics include urinary voiding dysfunction and urinary incontinence in women,superfical lesions of the male external genitalia, stone disease, genitourinary tract trauma, acute renal failure, urologic laboratory evaluation, congenital anomalies, and uncommon infections of the genitourinary system.
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Anatomic Basis of Common 8 Urinary Calculus Disease 93
Systematic Approach to 9 Sexually Transmitted Diseases 109
Voiding Dysfunction and 23 Genitourinary
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