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GENERAL CONSIDERATIONS Page 1 Anatomy of the Genitourinary Tract
Surgical Exposure of the Genitourinary Tract
Clinical Examination of the Genitourinary Patient
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abdominal abscess acute aetiology bilateral bladder neck bladder outlet bladder tumour calculi carcinoma catheter cavity cent of patients chronic renal failure Clinical Features condition congenital cyst cystoscopy demonstrate diagnosis dialysis dilatation disease distal diverticulum drainage ectopic epididymis examination excision external female fibrous fistula frequently genito-urinary genito-urinary tract haematuria hydro-ureter hydrocele hydronephrosis hypertrophy iliac incision incontinence indicated inguinal intravenous pyelogram Intravenous pyelography involved kidney lesion loin loop conduit lymph-nodes male malignant mega-ureter metastases micturition muscle nephrectomy neurogenic nodes normal obstruction occur operation Pathology pelvi-ureteric perineal peritoneal posterior present procedure produce prognosis prostate gland prostatectomy prostatic urethra pyelonephritis rectal renal artery renal function renal parenchyma renal pelvis renal vein rupture scrotal scrotum secondary sphincter stone formation suprapubic surgery surgical treatment suture symptoms testicular testis therapy tissue trauma tuberculous tumour ureter ureteric orifice ureteric reflux ureterocele urethral stricture urinary diversion urinary infection urinary tract urine urological urothelial tumours urothelium vagina wall whilst