Smith's General Urology
Emil A. Tanagho, Jack W. McAninch
McGraw Hill Professional, 2004 - Medical - 757 pages
This indispensable and concise guide covers both the basic science and clinical knowledge needed to diagnose and treat urologic diseases. Thoroughly revised and updated, the text focuses on the anatomy and embryology of the genitourinary system, physical and diagnostic examination, and specific disorders of the genitourinary system, including bacterial infections, STDs, neoplasms of the prostate gland, kidney disease, and renal failure. Features over 400 illustrations including CT scans, radionuclide imaging scans, and x-rays, and more.
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Embryology of the Genitourinary System
Symptoms of Disorders of the Genitourinary Tract
Physical Examination of the Genitourinary Tract
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