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Small Renal Mass, An Issue of Urologic Clinics, 1st Edition

Authors :
Alexander Kutikov & Marc Smaldone
The Guest Editors have secured the top urologists to provide current clinical reviews on the latest advances in the management of small renal masses. Articles are devoted to the following topics: hereditary yndromes; trends in renal surgery; humor an ...view more
The Guest Editors have secured the top urologists to provide current clinical reviews on the latest advances in the management of small renal masses. Articles are devoted to the following topics: hereditary yndromes; trends in renal surgery; humor anatomic complexity; risk assessment; renal biopsy; active surveillance; ablation; surgical techniques; renal ischemia; lymph node dissection; complications; neoadjuvant targeted therapy for renal surgery; salvage surgery; and post-operative surveillance. Readers will come away with a succinct overview of the most clinically relevant articles and be able to immediately implement the clinical information in their practice.
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The Guest Editors have secured the top urologists to provide current clinical reviews on the latest advances in the management of small renal masses. Articles are devoted to the following topics: hereditary yndromes; trends in renal surgery; humor anatomic complexity; risk assessment; renal biopsy; active surveillance; ablation; surgical techniques; renal ischemia; lymph node dissection; complications; neoadjuvant targeted therapy for renal surgery; salvage surgery; and post-operative surveillance. Readers will come away with a succinct overview of the most clinically relevant articles and be able to immediately implement the clinical information in their practice.

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By Alexander Kutikov, MD, FACS, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA and Marc Smaldone, MD, MSHP, Fox Chase Cancer Center, Philadelphia, PA