Concise and practical, the Penn Clinical Manual of Urology is an indispensable guide to the daily practice of urology. This one-volume medical reference book presents the key clinical information you need to diagnose and treat urologic disorders quickly and effectively, featuring brief, well-illustrated chapters and an easy-to-read format. Essential for clinical questions and answers, the Penn Clinical Manual of Urology deserves a place on the bookshelf of not only every urologist, but every provider treating urologic problems. Consult this title on your favorite e-reader, conduct rapid searches, and adjust font sizes for optimal readability. Find information quickly and easily with a format that includes clearly presented algorithms, tables, and figures. Effectively review for the boards using the self-assessment questions at the end of each chapter. Stay abreast of new AUA and ICI Incontinence guidelines, and access up-to-date information on the latest treatment recommendations, therapy for castrate-resistant prostate cancer, and active surveillance for prostate cancer. Effectively prepare for board examinations and recertification. Understand and apply evaluation and management techniques for male subfertility and androgen deficiency. Focus on today's hot topics in urology, including stress and mixed urinary incontinence; prolapse therapy; therapy for overactive bladder; and targeted therapy for renal cell carcinoma. Take advantage of chapters that offer a thorough review of the major categories of urologic diseases and integrate radiology, radiation therapy, nephrology, pediatric urology, transplantation surgery, and vascular surgery.How does the treatment paradigm differ in clinical stage I nonseminomatous germcell tumors (NSGCTs) compare to clinical stageI seminomas? 6. A patient ... 4 PhAc V, Yates DR, RenardPenna R, et al. Is there a ... 2005;65:279a283. Testicularanbsp;...
|Title||:||Penn Clinical Manual of Urology|
|Author||:||Philip M Hanno, Thomas J. Guzzo, S. Bruce Malkowicz, Alan J. Wein|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2014-01-26|