An Illustrated Colour Text
This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a further volume in the Illustrated Colour Text series. The subject is presented in approximately 65 two-page 'learning units' each covering a particular aspect of urology and featuring full colour line drawings, clinical photographs and radiological images. The presentation, diagnosis and treatment of all important genito-utrinary conditions are described. An introductory section covers the basic anatomy and physiology, history taking and examination, and the various diagnostic techniques.Table of Contents
- Concise yet comprehensive text with 'key point' boxes for reinforcement and review
- Highly illustrated with colour drawings, clinical photographs and diagnostic imaging
- Attractive well designed layout
"This book is beautifully presented and easy to read. It contains everything the medical student and GP need to know about the subject."
Univadis, review 145, February 2008
"This book is not only useful to students but also for urologists in training. Senior urologists will find such a handbook a handy tool in their practice or teaching."
Prof.Dr. Paul Meria, European Urology Today, October/November 2008
"One cannot help but be impressed with the general layout of this book and clearly much thought has gone into it. The colour images are really first class, the diagrams and tables are clear and there are some classic radiographs… A book that’s suitable for medical students, GPs and urology specialist nurses and at a price that won’t break the bank"
Univadis Review, May 2009
''The book’s extensive use of images, diagrams and tables allows it to convey an impressive amount of information in an easily accessible form. The book’s concise approach and easy referencing make it an excellent text for a quick look on the ward and would be a worthwhile addition to a university or departmental library.''
Euan Green, Specialist Registrar Urology, 2011
By Nigel Bullock, MD, FRCS, Consultant Urologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital; Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK; A. Doble, Consultant Urologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital; Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK; William H. Turner, Consultant Urologist, Addenbrooke’s Hospital; Associate Lecturer, University of Cambridge, UK; and Peter Cuckow, Consultant Paediatric Urologist, Great Ormond Street and Middlesex Hospital, London, UK