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About this book
Combining both operative day case urology and diagnostic urology into a practical and comprehensive summary of the most common ‘day case’ urological procedures, The Handbook of Office Urological Procedures is a concise and relevant guide for urological residents, consultants, general practitioners with special interest in urology and nurses, written by leading international experts in the field.
This book provides a handy reference guide for all qualified urologists across the world, who find themselves doing more office-based urology work, such as diagnostic testing and minor surgical procedures. With the increased emphasis on this type of practice, outlining common test protocol as well as short-stay surgery, this title offers the latest information and advice of the current climate in urology.
Covering a wide spectrum of topics, in a format that charts each case from diagnosis through to suggested out-patient care, this work is ideal as both a learning tool for aspiring urologists, as well as a useful reference guide for experienced practitioners.
Key issues which are covered include:
- Cystoscopy (flexible and rigid)
- Suprapubic catheterization
- Transrectal ultrasound scan and biopsy
- Urethral dilation