Diagnostic techniques in urology, Part 536
Saunders, 1990 - Medical - 617 pages
Here's a text that contains comprehensive descriptions of urologic diagnostic techniques in current practice. It describes both the performance and interpretation of procedures, as well as examines the roles of various techniques in the evaluation of specific urological diseases. Covers urinary tract angiography, ultrasound, nuclear medicine, endoscopic techniques, lymphography, ambulatory monitoring techniques, obstructive uropathy, vesico-ureteric reflux, impotence, and more. Over 50 authorities from England, USA, and Western Europe contribute.
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