Genitourinary Oncology: Cancer of the Kidneys, Bladder, and Testis
Designed For Both Oncologists And Urologists, Dx/Rx: Genitourinary Oncology Is A Current, Concise, Quick Reference Guide To The Diagnosis And Therapy Of Cancers Of The Bladder/Urothelial Tract, Kidneys, And Testis. Tightly Organized Into A Super-Condensed Outline-Bulleted Format, This Handy, Pocket-Sized Manual Details Precise, Up-To-Date Information On The Epidemiology, Classification, Diagnosis, Treatment, And Risk Factors Of Genitourinary Disorders. Throughout The Book, Tables And Figures Summarize Important Clinical Data And Current Professional Society Recommendations, While Salient References Direct Readers To Additional Information.
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