The Oxford Specialist Handbook of Urological Surgery returns fully updated for a second edition to guide the reader step-by-step through all types of urological operations. Including both background information on key urological problems and alternative surgical options, this Handbook is designed to guide the trainee through all aspects of urological surgery, from gaining clear and accurate consent to examining risks and complications of procedures.
With each chapter written by subspecialty experts, this Handbook is packed with tips and tricks that offer practical and theatre-based advice gleaned over years of theatre experience to aid the reader. It also includes helpful pointers on aspects of surgery including patient positioning, indications and contraindications, types of incisions, and choice of ideal instrument, alongside aftercare and follow-up for the patient.
Fully updated in accordance with new European guidelines and NICE clinical guidance, with extra topics on technological developments including robotic assisted surgery and a brand new chapter on female urology and incontinence, the Oxford Specialist Handbook of Urological Surgery is an essential resource for all urological trainees and junior doctors.
Table of Contents
1: General principles of urological surgery
2: Basic urological surgical skills and equipment
3: Bladder outlet obstruction and transurethral surgery
4: Surgery for urological cancer
5: Laparoscopic and robotic urological surgery
6: Stone disease
7: Surgery for upper tract obstruction and other ureteric surgery
8: Trauma to the genitourinary tract and other urological emergencies
9: Scrotal and penile surgery
10: Surgery for male factor infertility
11: Uroradiological and other interventions
12: Surgery for disorders of erectile function, ejaculation, and seminal vesicles
13: Management of the neuropathic bladder
14: Paediatric urology
15: Female urology and incontinence surgery
16: Medicolegal aspects of urology