Endourology: A Practical Handbook is an accessible, practically orientated book dealing with aspects of endoscopic and percutaneous assessment/management of diseases of the upper urinary tract. With an easy to follow format using bullet/key points, the text pays particular attention to difficult navigational and technical points, which are emphasized and explained using line drawings. Practical 'Dos and Don'ts' lists are also highlighted in text-boxes where relevant.
Extensively illustrated and easy to use, this handbook is aimed at trainee and practicing urologists, and is also of interest to urology nurses, general surgical trainees and radiologists.
Table of Contents
Part I: Equipment and Technical Details 1. Equipment 2. Uretero-renoscopy 3. Percutaneous Access (PCNL). 4. Percutaneous Renoscopy Part II: Clinical Aspects 5. Unexplained Upper Tract Haematuria 6. Unexplained Upper Tract filling defects on IVU 7. Ureteric Calculi 8. Renal Calculi (PCNL) 9. Upper Tract TCC 10. Complications and Management.
'Overall, this is an extremely clear and readable handbook'. - Urology News
'This handbook will spark interest in the aspiring urology house officer or seasoned endourologist. In short, this is a practical and indispensable handbook' - Journal of Endourology