A fully comprehensive reference, packaged in a compact size suitable for pockets and bags
Written by an author team with a diverse range of subspecialist interests, providing a full breadth of expertise in all areas
Clear pictures and diagrams aid comprehension throughout the handbook, including techniques for surgical procedures and anatomical illustrations
Presented in a concise bullet-point format, which helps readers find information quickly
Offers management pathways to help deliver evidence-based patient care
Provides an excellent revision tool for junior doctors specialising in urology, and for clinical medicine students, with a level of detail suitable for preparation for the FRCS exam
New to this Edition:
Features new and expanded topics, including transplant and dialysis, paediatric antenatal hydronephrosis, megaureter and incontinence, pelvic floor dysfunction, and a review and revision of cancer topics to come in line with new recommendations.
Fully updated guidelines and recommendations from national and international bodies, including AUA, EAU, NICE, and BAUS.
A new co-author, Naomi Sharma, has been added to the author team to ensure the handbook caters to the level and needs of junior doctors.
Urological controversies have been included, to guide doctors' consultations with the patient.