All patients with vesico-urethral dysfunction, regardless of the nature of the neurological process causing it, are investigated with the same diagnostic tools.
This well-illustrated text provides the physician, whether qualified or in training, with excellent instruction for conducting thorough, efficient and beneficial examinations of both adults and children using a variety of instruments and tests.
Including surgical and non-surgical treatment options from international experts, Evaluation and Treatment of the Neurogenic Bladder is undoubtedly a useful resource in choosing the best treatments for optimal results.
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Sir Mortimer B Davis-Jewish General Hospital, Montreal, Canada Maisonneuve-Rosemont Hospital, Montreal, CanadaReview:
"This is an outstanding reference text for the urologist who deals with neurogenic patients often or, possibly more importantly, the urologist who only sees such patients rarely. It is comprehensive and very well referenced (with key references seen in tables in some chapters) and well organised, running through pathophysiology, evaluation and treatment sequentially. It will enable the urologist to remind him/herself of the correct management of these conditions where urology and neurology interact. As well as being reminded of management the urologist can find extremely detailed information on the anatomy and physiology and pathophysiology of the condition of interest." -First Prize, Urology Category, 2004 BMA Medical Book Competition "I am convinced that this book should become a standard reading for everyone involved in the care of neurogenic bladder patientsI cannot think of a single item in the overall topic that has not been carefully treated in depth." Tage Hald, Former Chairman of the ICS Standard Committee Promo Copy
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Descripción CRC Press, 2003. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: New. book. Nº de ref. de la librería M1841842060