¡Oferta! OXFORD TEXTBOOK OF UROLOGICAL SURGERY

OXFORD TEXTBOOK OF UROLOGICAL SURGERY

Autor(es): HAMDY
Editorial: OXFORD
Fecha de publicación: mayo 2017
Nº de páginas: 1264
Medidas: 28x5x23 cms

9780199659579

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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 basedvolume 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, andline drawings. Bringing together the expertise of over 100 specialist contributors in the field, theOxford Textbook of UrologicalSurgery is a highly valuable source of information, and will become the standard reference text for all whostudy urological disease and its treatment.

CONTENTS:
Section 1
1.1: Pathogenesis of urinarytract infection
1.2: Antimicrobial agents
1.3: Hospital acquired urinarytract infection
1.4: Cystitis/pyelonephritis
1.5: Renal and retroperitoneal abscess
1.6: Tuberculosis and parasitic infestationsinvolving the urogenital system
1.7: Inflammation: Prostatitis syndrome
1.8: Inflammation: Epididymitisand scrotal abscess
1.9: Fourniers
1.1: Sexually transmitted diseases
1.11: Painful bladder syndrome/Interstitial cystitis
Section 2
2.1: Epidemiology of stone disease
2.2: Kidney stones: types and predisposing factorsa
2.3: Evaluation of stone former
2.4: Prevention of calcium oxalate stone formation
2.5: Prevention of othernon-calcium stones
2.6: Stone fragmentation techniques: Extracorporal shock wave lithotripsy
2.7: Intracorporeal techniquesof stone fragmentation
2.8: Kidney stones: presentation and diagnosis
2.9: Watchful waiting for stone disease
2.10: Retrograde intrarenal surgery:Flexible ureterorenoscopy
2.11: Kidney stone treatment: Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL)
2.12: Open stone surgery for kidneystones
2.13: Medical therapy (dissolutiontherapy)
2.14: Ureteric stones: Presentation and diagnosis
2.15: Ureteric stones: Acute management
2.16: Ureteral stones: Indications for intervention
2.17: Surgical treatment options for uretericstones: Techniques and complications
2.18: Management of uretericstones in pregnancy
2.19: Bladder stones
2.2: Upper urinary tract obstruction
2.21: The principles of endourology
2.22: Principles of laparoscopicand robotic urological surgery
Section 3
3.1: Anatomy, neurophysiologyand pharmacological control mechanismsof the bladder
3.2: Urodynamics
3.3: Urinary incontinence principles
3.4: Assessment of urinary incontinence
3.5: Stress urinary incontinence
3.6: Pelvic organ prolapse
3.7: Urgency incontinenceand OAB
3.8: Urinary fistula
3.9: Urethral diverticula
3.1: Faecal incontinence
3.11: Urinary retention in women
3.12: Spinal cord injury
3.13: Non-traumatic neurourology
Section 4
4.1: Principles of reconstructiveurology
4.2: Upper urinary tract reconstruction
4.3: Lower urinary tract reconstruction
4.4: Urethral strictures
4.5: Upper urinary tract trauma
4.6: Lower urinary tract trauma
4.7: Genital trauma
4.8: General principles of trauma
Section 5
5.1: Bladder outflow obstruction
5.2: Retention in men
5.3: Benign prostatic hyperplasia
Section 6
6.1: Epidemiology of prostatecancer
6.2: Molecular biology of prostatecancer
6.3: Prostate Cancer: Pathology
6.4: Prostate-Specific Antigen and Biomarkers for Prostate Cancer
6.5: Screening for prostate cancer
6.6: Clinical features, assessmentand imaging of prostate cancer
6.7: Prostate cancer: treatment of localised disease
6.8: Focal therapy for prostate cancer
6.9: High risk prostate cancer
6.1: Technology and prostatectomy
6.11: Metastatic disease inprostate cancer
6.12: Novel therapies and emergingstrategies for the treatment of patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC)
6.13: Bladder and upper urinary tract cancer
6.14: Molecular biology of bladdercancer
6.15: Pathology of bladderand upper urinary tract tumours
6.16: Screening for bladder cancer
6.17: General overview of bladdercancer
6.18: The investigation of haematuria
6.19: Low and intermediate risk non-muscle invasive bladder cancer
6.2: Bladder cancer: high-grade non-muscle invasive disease
6.21: Muscle invasive bladder cancer (pT2-4)
6.22: Chemotherapy in the treatmentof invasive and metastatic bladder cancer
6.23: Squamous cell bladder cancer
6.24: Adenocarcinoma of the bladder
6.25: Urothelial carcinomas of the upper urinary tract
6.26: The aetiology, epidemiology,clinical features and investigationof kidney cancer
6.27: Genetics and molecular biologyof renal cancer
6.28: Pathology of renal cancerand other tumours affecting the kidney
6.29: Treatment of localizedrenal cell cancer
6.3: Ablative technologies for renal cancer
6.31: Kidney cancer: Treatment of locally advanced andlow volume metastatic disease
6.32: Treatment of metastaticrenal cancer
6.33: Testicular cancer
6.34: Pathology of testicular tumours
6.35: Testis cancer
6.36: Penile cancer 6.37: Adrenocortical cancer
6.38: Treatment of adrenal tumours
Section 7
7.1: Infertility: Assessment
7.2: Surgical treatment of male infertility
7.3: Sperm retrieval
7.4: Vasectomy
7.5: The management of fertilityin spinal cord injury
7.6: Mechanism of penile erection
7.7: Pathophysiology and assessment
7.8: Medical therapy
7.9: Surgical therapy
7.1: Ejaculatory disorders
7.11: Priapism
7.12: The ageing male
7.13: Peyronie s Disease, congenital curvature, and chordee: Epidemiology, pathophysiology, evaluation, and treatment
7.14: Male genital injury
7.15: Scrotal swelling
7.16: Penile reconstruction
7.17: Penile augmentation
Section 8
8.1: Prenatal diagnosis and perinatal urology
8.2: Urinary tract infection in children
8.3: Vesico ureteric reflux
8.4: Disorders of the kidneyand upper urinary tract in children
8.5: Disorders of the urethra
8.6: Neuropathic bladderand anorectal anomalies
8.7: Urinary incontinenceand bladder dysfunction
8.8: Abnormalities of the bladder
8.9: Hypospadias
8.1: Disorders of the prepuce
8.11: Undescended testisand inguino-scrotal conditions in children
8.12: Disorders of sex development
8.13: Urological malignanciesin children
Section 9
9.1: Renal function
9.2: Acute kidney injury
9.3: Chronic kidney disease and dialysis
9.4: Obstructive uropathy
9.5: Kidney transplantation
Section 10
10.1: Ionising radiationand radiation protection
10.2: Ultrasound
10.3: CT
10.4: Magnetic resonance imaging in urology
10.5: Interventional radiology
10.6: Radioisotopes in urology

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