European Association of Urology Pocket Guidelines 2020
From the basic science underpinnings to the most recent developments in medical and surgical care, Campbell-Walsh-Wein Urology offers a depth and breadth of coverage you won’t find in any other urology reference. Now in three manageable volumes, the revised 12th Edition is a must-have text for students, residents, and seasoned practitioners, with authoritative, up-to-date content in an intuitively organized, easy-to-read format featuring key points, quick-reference tables, and handy algorithms throughout.
As a junior doctor starting a surgery or urology rotation, you are expected to take charge of referrals from – and give specialist advice to – A&E, GPs and other specialties. Often you will have had very limited surgical experience and only an off-site registrar for support.
This pocket-sized book provides a quick, reliable reference guide for the initial management of the common surgical referrals, with guidance as to what complaints require admission and which can be sent home for outpatient or GP follow-up. It will help relieve the stressful experience of being on-call, alleviating some of the anxiety and making shifts more bearable.
Smith & Tanagho’s General Urology, Nineteenth Edition offers a complete overview of the diagnosis and treatment of the diseases and disorders managed by urologic surgeons. This trusted classic delivers a clear, concise presentation of the etiology, pathogenesis, clinical findings, differential diagnosis, and medical and surgical treatment of all major urologic conditions. The well-organized, user-friendly design makes relevant clinical information and management guidelines easy to find and simple to implement.
• NEW full-color presentation
• High-yield descriptions of the latest diagnostic modalities and management protocols
• More than 1,000 illustrations and figures, including CT scans, radionuclide imaging scans, and x-rays
• NEW chapters on female urology and pediatric urology
• Ideal for residents and medical students who require a concise and comprehensive reference
• Great for board preparation
The aim of this book is to provide a selection of representative MCQs together with a detailed explanation of each answer covering the topic in depth. Each chapter has been written by experienced Urological surgeons who have already been successful in passing the examination.
In addition to the FRCS(Urol) examination MCQs form the basis of equivalent postgraduate Urological examinations internationally and the scope of this book will be an invaluable addition to individuals sitting the FEBU and similar exams in the USA, Australia and Asian countries. Established consultants may also find the text useful as a ‘refresher’ in areas outside their subspecialist interest.
This textbook provides a guide to reconstructive surgery of genitourethral problems in male patients. The first section covers all aspects of urethral reconstruction, including the functional anatomy of the urethra, etiology, epidemiology, and demographic differences in urethral pathology. The second section focuses on surgical reconstruction of penile and scrotal anomalies and dysfunctions.
Textbook of Male Genitourethral Reconstruction aims to aid the management of male genitourethral reconstruction patients by reviewing the recent advancements in technology and surgical technique. This book is relevant to urologists, plastic and reconstructive surgeons, medical students, and health care professionals working within urology and plastic surgery.
This book covers novel strategies and state of the art approaches for automated non-invasive systems for early prostate cancer diagnosis. Prostate cancer is the most frequently diagnosed malignancy after skin cancer and the second leading cause of cancer related male deaths in the USA after lung cancer. However, early detection of prostate cancer increases chances of patients’ survival. Generally, The CAD systems analyze the prostate images in three steps: (i) prostate segmentation; (ii) Prostate description or feature extraction; and (iii) classification of the prostate status.
Under the leadership of Lawrence L. Yeung, MD, with contributions from 27 leading urologists, Choe’s Urology contains the most up-to-date content to prepare candidates for the oral exam and to teach residents during their training.
Whether preparing to take the American Board of Urology oral exam or using clinical cases to highlight important diagnosis and treatment issues, Choe’s Urology is the proven resource for learning and retention.
The fourth edition includes 95 updated new cases in over 450 pages with systematic analysis to help you prepare for the Oral Board. Cases are presented in a similar style to the actual oral examination format.
You benefit by reviewing the full range of cases prepared in a responsive format for most effective learning.
Particularly helpful to urologists using Choe’s is the structure of the cases. Study points use effective prompts to elicit key information in a logical way. Each prompt is followed by a detailed response in easy-to-retain outline format. For example, urologists answer:
For more than 40 years, the AUA’s Self-Assessment Study Program (SASP) has been a leading educational resource for urologists-in-training and practicing urologists. Developed each year, the SASP is a 150-question, multiple-choice practice examination that addresses the core curriculum of medical knowledge and latest advances in patient care. The SASP may be taken open or closed book, and provides correct answers with detailed answer rationales, and scientific references.
Why is the SASP the AUA’s most popular study tool for exam preparation?
Constructed in the same style as the AUA and ABU’s multiple-choice examinations—and offered in three convenient formats to meet your unique study preference—SASP is the AUA’s most popular study tool for exam preparation. SASP provides participants their scores, the average scores of their peers, and access to answer commentary and scientific references, allowing participants to evaluate their strengths and weaknesses in various clinical areas and enrich their learning experience. Also, it is important to note that over 30 percent of questions on the ABU Knowledge Assessment come directly from SASP!
Offering up to 20 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™, the SASP also helps to fulfill the CME requirements mandated by the ABU Life Long Learning process.
This book fulfils the need for a general urology text primarily urologists in training. It has a novel format by having a clinical chapter always preceded by a scientific foundation chapter. The scientific chapter is geared toward answering questions for boards and understanding pathophysiology, is concise and relevant. The clinical chapter is written around evidence-based medicine and in “how-to” format with algorithms, with reference to AUA & EAU guidelines, well illustrated.