Oxford Textbook of Urological Surgery

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Freddie Hamdy, Ian Eardley
Oxford University Press, Aug 17, 2017 - Genitourinary organs - 1164 pages
Offering a comprehensive guide, the Oxford Textbook of Urological Surgery is a practical resource mapped to the curriculum for urological training as approved by the General Medical Council (GMC), making it particularly useful in preparation for the Intercollegiate Examination.

Presented in a clear and accessible way, this evidence based volume covers all major areas, including functional urology, stone disease, infection, andrology, nephrology, transplantation, uroradiology, and paediatric urology.

This highly illustrated full colour textbook has an innovative and user-friendly style, including over 500 photographs, clinical images, and line drawings. Bringing together the expertise of over 100 specialist contributors in the field, the Oxford Textbook of Urological Surgery is a highly valuable source of information, and will become the standard reference text for all who study urological disease and its treatment.


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Freddie Hamdy, Nuffield Professor of Surgery, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford, UK, Ian Eardley, Consultant in Urology, St James University Hospital, Leeds, UK

Professor Freddie Hamdy joined Oxford in October 2008. Professor Hamdy is Head of the Nuffield Department of Surgery, Nuffield Professor of Surgery, Professor of Urology and Honorary Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals as well as Fellow of Balliol College. He has spent the past 10 years as founding Chair of Urology and was Director of the Division of Clinical Sciences, then Head of Oncology at the University of Sheffield. Professor Hamdy has authored over 200 peer-reviewed articles, and raised to date over L40m in peer-reviewed grants. He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, British Medical Association, European Association of Urology, American Urological Association, Association of Academic European Urologists and Deutsche Gesellschaft fur Urologie (German Urological Society).

Mr Ian Eardley trained in Urology in London, Cambridge and Norwich and has been a Consultant in Urology at St James University Hospital, Leeds since 1993. Mr Eardley has written or co-authored seven urological textbooks and published over 200 chapters and scientific papers. He was Treasurer, then President of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine.
His research interests relate to sexual dysfunction, penile cancer and urinary tract infection. He was the Director of the Office of Education for the British Association of Urologists between 2002 and 2006, Chairman of the Specialty Advisory Committee in Urology between 2007 and 2009 and Surgical Director of the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme between 2009 and 2011. Mr Eardley is the current Chairman of the Joint Committee for Surgical Training.

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