ABC of Urology

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John Wiley & Sons, Feb 14, 2012 - Medical - 88 pages
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The ABC of Urology provides a comprehensive review of current practice in urology and is a structured and practical guide to the diagnosis, treatment and management of the most common urological conditions. This new third edition has been fully revised and expanded with additional chapters and improved coverage of renal and testis cancer, management of haematuria, laparoscopy, trauma and new urological advances. Prostate, bladder, renal and penile cancers are also covered in detail and new techniques and procedures for safer and effective treatment options are featured.

The ABC of Urology is the ideal reference for general practitioners and general practitioner trainees, junior doctors and practice nurses, medical students and all primary health care professionals working to provide the best possible care for patients with urological conditions.

 

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Contents

Title Page
Assessment of the Urological Patient
Guidelines for the Management of Haematuria
Emergency
Bladder Outflow Obstruction
Urinary Incontinence
Continuous Incontinence
Subfertility and Male Sexual Dysfunction
Renal Cancer
Investigations
Testicular Tumours
Further Reading
The Role of Laparoscopy in Urology
Prostate Cancer
Paediatric Urology
Further Reading

The Management of Adult Urinary Tract Infection
Aetiology
Prostate Cancer
Hormone Refractory Prostate Cancer
Penile Cancer and Gender Reassignment
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2012)

Chris Dawson is an ex-employee of several notable companies (Apple, RealNetworks and Virage) and igniter of several mostly failed startups. He's also a proud native Portlander, and enjoys time with his wife and new baby, scheming for a 30 hour day. Chris notes that his ten-month-old son is full of wonder, but worries that we have lost the capacity to wonder now that Google is accessible on cell phones. He is a fan of personal growth work, no matter how painful or weird. As such, he finds he learns something new about himself every time he pens (or taps out) a blog entry.

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