This encompassing volume gathers contributions by renowned experts in the field of pediatric urology to offer a systematic and complete review of the field. The book opens with a general section covering the basis of renal function from the fetus to adulthood, diagnostic imaging, anesthesia and infections. In subsequent sections on the kidneys, upper urinary tract, bladder, urethra and genitalia, specific anomalies are described in depth, from embryological, clinical and diagnostic aspects through to surgical treatment options. Detailed attention is devoted to the role of new technologies such as endoscopic and robotic surgery, but without disregarding the classical principles of pediatric urologic surgery. Urogenital tumors are fully covered and the book closes with a large chapter on renal transplantation. Numerous black and white and color illustrations will assist the reader in better understanding the various anomalies and the surgical procedures.
The practice and science of pediatric urology has changed rapidly in the last few years with the availability of new surgical techniques, more informative prenatal evaluations, and better biomedical substances. In Pediatric Urology, leading pediatric urologists from major academic institutions offer a unique practice-oriented approach to these new developments. Here, the practicing urologist will find informative, easy-to-read reviews of the modern evaluation of prenatal hydronephrosis, the standard treatment of reflux vs the newer injectable techniques, and the spectrum of hypospadias treatment along with new developments in bladder exstrophy. Additional updated topics include what's new in undescended testis, the evaluation of difficult duplication anomalies, voiding dysfunction and neurogenic bladders, pediatric stone disease, and the developmental problems associated with genitourinary defects. Concise and clearly written, Pediatric Urology offers the practicing urologist up-to-date recommendations for treatment of the pediatric urology patient, as well as a clear perspective on where pediatric urology is going and how new discoveries are being applied.
Updated and expanded for its Second Edition, this handbook is an accessible guide to the diagnosis and treatment of urologic disorders in infants, children, and adolescents. It covers the full range of pediatric urologic problems in an easy-to-use outline format with numerous illustrations and tables. This edition includes new chapters on laparoscopy in pediatric urology, sports recommendations for children with solitary kidneys and other genitourinary anomalies, preparing pediatric patients for anesthesia, and treatment of urinary incontinence and constipation. A new appendix covers online pediatric urology recommendations. The updated Pediatric Urology Database chapter provides a quick reference on important medication issues.
|Author||: Steven G. Docimo,Douglas Canning,Antoine Khoury,Joao Luiz Pippi Salle|
|Publisher||: CRC Press|
|Release Date||: 2018-09-03|
|ISBN 10||: 1498715990|
|Pages||: 1449 pages|
The sixth edition of The Kelalis-King-Belman Textbook of Clinical Pediatric Urology presents state-of-the-art knowledge and common-sense practice in all areas of clinical pediatric urology in a single, easily accessible volume. Clinical in orientation and practical in presentation, it covers every disorder and disease, diagnostic method, and appropriate treatment in pediatric urology from the embryo onwards. Widely acknowledged as the leading reference in the field, the book is essential reading for all practitioners who deal with urological disorders of childhood, whether trainees, residents or experienced specialists. The book begins with chapters on evaluating the patient and general principles of pediatric urology, including the use of advanced diagnostic imaging techniques and the increasing importance of minimally invasive surgical techniques. It then proceeds through the entire urinary tract from adrenal gland to external genitalia, discussing anatomy, normal and abnormal development, anomalies and diseases and their treatment.
The fourth edition of this internationally acclaimed, seminal textbook on the subject of clinical pediatric urology is completely updated. World-renowned experts in the field present state-of-the-art developments in all areas of clinical pediatric urology, from diagnosis to treatment and from theory to practice. Clinical Pediatric Urology is clinical in orientation and practical in presentation, covering every illness, diagnostic method and appropriate treatment in pediatric urology from the embryo onwards. Each chapter is lavishly illustrated with full color photographs and medical artwork. Tables, graphs and charts lend further support to the detailed and comprehensive text, all in a single, easily accessed volume. This is a useful and informative reference for students and specialists alike.
Pediatric Urology: Surgical Complications and Management, 2nd edition focuses 100% on the most common problems that can occur during pediatric urologic surgery, and how best to resolve them, ensuring the best possible outcome for the patient. As well as being thoroughly revised with the latest in management guidelines, brand new to this edition are a host of clinical case studies highlighting real-life problems during urologic surgery and the tips and tricks used by the surgeon to resolve issues faced. These will be invaluable for urology trainees learning their trade as well as for those preparing for Board or other specialty exams. Chapters will include problem solving sections as well as key take-home points. In addition, high-quality teaching videos showing urologic surgery in action will be included via the companion website - again proving an invaluable tool for all those seeking to improve their surgical skills. Edited by an experienced and international trio of urologists, they will recruit the world’s leading experts, resulting in a uniform, high-quality and evidence-based approach to the topic. Pediatric Urology: Surgical Complications and Management, 2nd edition is essential reading for all urologists, especially those specialising in pediatric urology and urologic surgery, as well as general surgeons.
A vast number of children in the United States are evaluated and treated for urologic conditions by urologists practicing general urology due to the relatively few fellowship-trained pediatric urologists. Pediatric Urology: A General Urologist’s Guide is written specifically for general urologists as a concise and comprehensive reference of the more common pediatric urologic conditions. Other health practitioners (i.e. pediatrician, family practitioner, residents, medical students, and mid-level providers) will also find this book a key reference. Written by well-respected pediatric urologists, this volume will assist the health care provider to rapidly review the essential aspects of the physical examination, evaluation, diagnostic testing, and management while the patient is still in the office. The chapters are arranged into four sections to allow for easier access to the information: office urology, genitalia, urinary tract, and miscellaneous topics. Furthermore, the first chapter of the book will be dedicated to facts and figures (ex. normal penile and renal lengths based on age, dosing of common medications, and grading system for vesicoureteral reflux) that serves as a single source for this information. Pediatric Urology: A General Urologist’s Guide offers the reader the essential information to assist them in the care of children.
Pediatric Urology is an up-to-date, clinical reference that provides detailed descriptions of the best approaches for the functional, biological, and morphological aspects of the urinary tract before and after birth. John G. Gearhart, Richard C. Rink, and Pierre D. E. Mouriquand cover all areas of the field, including pediatric surgery, radiology, nephrology, endocrinology, biochemistry, and obstetrics. Access the latest research through new chapters on tissue engineering, acute scrotum, and more. The appealing new full-color design, streamlined approach make this an invaluable resource to pediatric urologists, pediatric surgeons, residents and fellows worldwide. Provides detailed descriptions of the best approaches for the functional, biological, and morphological aspects of the urinary tract before and after birth. Includes new chapters on tissue engineering, acute scrotum and disorders of the penis, and perinatal urological emergencies to cover the most up-to-date research in the field. Presents comprehensive coverage in a short, readable, and succinct format so that the material is easy to locate and disseminate. Provides cutting edge coverage from editors at the forefront of the specialty so you know the best available approaches. Eases reference and visual understanding through an all-new full-color design.
This practical evidence-based textbook clearly addresses operativeprocedures and the prevention and management of common and rarecomplications encountered in pediatric urological practices. In the current climate of informed consent and medicolegalaspects of any surgical intervention, it is essential to givepatients and their carers all the information available. With worldrenowned editors and contributors offering their personalexperiences, Pediatric Urology thoroughly explores thisissue and also addresses essential topics including: principles of surgical audit general principles open surgery of the upper urinary tract surgery of the bladder endoscopic surgery of the urinary tract genitalia renal impairment surgery urogenital tumors trauma surgery for urinary incontinence The book is uniquely written for trainees in pediatric surgery,general surgery and pediatric urology as a learning tool forlearning consent and preparation for examinations. It is alsoinvaluable for trainers in the above specialities as an accessiblereference to complement their experience.
The updated edition of this classic three-volume work is a comprehensive reference on all surgical and medical aspects of urology. The first two volumes cover adult urology; the third volume focuses on pediatric urology. Includes expanded coverage of prostate disease, male sexual dysfunction, spinal cord injuries, and more. The CD-ROM provides quick access to the full text of the book, plus video clips of surgical procedures. 2,704.
Pediatric Urology: Evidence for Optimal Patient Management provides pediatric urologists the information needed for state-of-the-art patient care. Chapters are organized around pertinent clinical questions within major areas of pediatric urology, answered using the best available data while also reporting areas for which there is poor evidence. The text includes randomized controlled trials and prospective observational studies, tables that summarize important studies, and figures that illustrate algorithms with best options for management and their expected results. With an easy to use format not found in other volumes, Pediatric Urology: Evidence for Optimal Patient Management is an indispensible and unique resource for experienced pediatric urologists, pediatric surgeons, general urologists with an interest in pediatric urology, as well as fellows and residents in training.