Edited by Freddie C. Hamdy and Ian Eardley. Offering a comprehensive guide to both practising clinicians and students, the Oxford Textbook of Urological Surgery is a practical resource mapped to the curriculum for urological training as approved by the General Medical Council (GMC. residents will find this book a useful guide in the care of urologic patients and to pass urology examination on clinical cases. This initial approach to patients. BOOK REVIEWS M.. R, Lerman, M. I., Zbar, B., Klausner, R D. and Linehan, W. M.: Molecular cloning of the von Rippel-Lindautumor suppressor gene.
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The text pages is divided into 8 sections: In addition to 59 urologists with diverse subspecialty qualifications, contributors include experts in plastic surgery 5 ,radiology 31, pediatric surgery 21, and vascular, orthopedic and general surgery 1 each. There is an obvious effort to incorporate a maximum of potential surgical challenges in a thorough and comprehensible fashion, implemented by liberal illustrations 1, photographs, radiographs and excellent line drawings. As expected, much of the data presented are known from previous publications but to my knowledge there is presently no competing single source of information focusing on these issues nor is there likely to be soon, given the sterling quality of the contributors and thoughtful topic selection.
References are extensive, current and balanced.
Evidence of the effort to be comprehensive is provided by a review of the table of contents, which includes considerations of wound closure and suture techniques, skin graftdflaps, distinctions between adult and pediatric renal trauma, interventional radiology, fistula management, augmentation cystoplasty, continent diversion, bony pelvis injury, several approaches to proximal urethral avulsion and attention to subsequent structuring, vascular impotence, prosthetic and nonprosthetic remedies for incontinence, multiple aspects of urethroplasty, and genital injury and reconstruction.
Criticism of such a review amounts to no more than a cordial variance of perspective or invitation to debate. A few random examples are representative.
It is not my experience that urological injury renal pedicle or ureteral is ever without hematuria but the textbook fairly cites several supporting references. It is recommended that delayed discovery of ureteral injury is best managed by nephrostomy and repair after 3 months without explaining the advantage or need for waiting. In my judgment the chapters on bladder rupture are unnecessarily lengthy and tend to render a simple matter complex.
The scholarly chapter on pelvic ring disruption seems suited to an orthopedic audience but the book does not suffer from its inclusion. The chapter on testicular sonography implies that this modality contributes crucially to the diagnosis of an. Your name. Close Send.