Campbell's Urology, Volume 1

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Saunders, 2002 - Medical - 4082 pages
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Since it first published in 1954, Campbell's Urology has established a universal reputation as the "bible of urology." The meticulously revised, updated, and expanded New Edition-now encompassing 4 volumes-continues to be the most comprehensive, up-to-date urology textbook in the world. Hundreds of internationally recognized contributors address every aspect of the specialty in complete detail, including operative and pediatric urology. The result is a single resource that readers can consult for current, reliable answers on any subject in urology.

  • Organizes chapters as subject-oriented "mini-textbooks" that cover every topic in adult and pediatric urology.
  • Features an organ systems approach that makes information easy to find-and emphasizes important concepts with bold type.
  • Uses over 2,000 algorithms, photographs, radiographs, and line drawings to illustrate essential concepts, nuances of clinical presentation and technique, and decision-making.
  • Offers a complete, authoritative review source of the specialty in the companion Study Guide to Accompany Campbell's Urology, 8th Edition.


  • Encompasses the expertise of over 180 experts in the field-46 new to this edition-as well as 4 new Associate Editors.
  • Includes 20 new chapters and 40 completely rewritten chapters that examine the latest topics in the field.
  • Features comprehensive coverage of hot topics such as the embryology of the urinary tract medical aspects of renal disease reconstructive surgery of the urinary tract pediatric endourology and tissue engineering.
  • Discusses the surgical aspects of one of the most complex anomalies seen in urology in 2 chapters: Exstrophy, Epispadias, and Other Bladder Anomalies and Surgical Technique for One-Stage Reconstruction of the Exstrophy-Epispadias Complex.
  • Presents illustrations of clinical imaging in the diagnostic sections of the appropriate organ system.
  • Now offers a companion CD-ROM that contains all of the text and illustrations from the book selected images from Pollack et al: Clinical Urography, 2nd Edition selected full-color photographs from The Johns Hopkins Atlas of Surgical Pathology narrated video segments that illustrate important operations complete text of the Study Guide to accompany CAMPBELL'S UROLOGYand links to MEDLINE.

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Contents

Indications for Retropubic Repair 1141
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Renal Structures 26 10
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Lesions 2947
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Dr. Patrick C. Walsh lives in Baltimore, Maryland.

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