Oxford American Handbook of Urology (2010)
David M. Albala, Leonard G. Gomella, Allen F. Morey and John P. Stein
Paperback, 720 pages
The Oxford American Handbook of Urology provides authoritative, point-of-care guidance on all aspects of the field, covering both benign and malignant conditions, as well as medical and surgical management. Incorporating diagnosis and treatment advice from established, published guidelines as well as drawing from the experience of four seasoned urologists, the book's concise and accessible format quickly guides the reader to desired information on common signs and symptoms, incontinence, cancer, infections and infertility plus key information on trauma, urologic emergencies, and pediatric urology. It is an invaluable resource for medical students and residents as well as a useful reference for practitioners.
Practical advice on management of common urological symptoms and disorders
Includes urological trauma and emergencies
Covers urological problems in pregnancy and pediatric urology