Guide to Pediatric Urology and Surgery in Clinical Practice addresses the surgical and urological problems in children that may be encountered in the primary care clinic.
Divided into two sections on urology and surgery, the chapters give a synopsis of a particular condition, its management in primary care, indications for referral and timing of referral. Complications of a particular procedure and its management if presenting to primary care is also discussed. The book is illustrated throughout and key points are provided at the beginning of each chapter for quick and easy reference.
A concise assemblage of all those pediatric surgical and urological conditions commonly encountered in primary care, this book provides a quick reference guide for use in clinical practice.
Prasad P. Godbole, FRCS FRCS(Paed) FEAPU is a Consultant Paediatric Urologist at Sheffield Children's Hospital in Sheffield, UK Martin A. Koyle MD FAAP FRCS (Eng) is a Professor of Urology and Pediatrics at the University of Washington and Chief of the Division of Urology at the Children's Hospital and Regional Medical Center in Seattle, WA, USA. Duncan T. Wilcox MD FRCS(Paed) FEAPU is a Professor of Pediatric Urology at Denver Children's Hospital in Denver, CO, USA
Section I: Pediatric Urology.- Urinary Tract Infection: USA.- Urinary Tract Infection: United Kingdom.- Urinary Tract Infection: Europe.- Urinary Tract Infection: Australasia.- Abnormalities of the Scrotum.- Problems of the Penis and Foreskin.- Hypospadias.- Undescended Testis.- Circumcision.- Disorders of the Female External Genitalia.- Voiding Dysfunction.- Nocturnal Enuresis.- Constipation.- Hematuria and Proteinuria.- Abdominal Pain - Urological Aspects.- Section II: Pediatric Surgery.- External Angular Dermoid and Pilomatrixoma.- Midline Neck Swellings Lateral Neck Lumps.- Torticollis.- Umbilical Disorders.- Surgical Aspects of Abdominal Pain.- Approach to Abdominal Masses.- Gastro-esophageal Reflux Disease.- Rectal Bleeding.- Intestinal Obstruction.- Bile-Stained Vomiting in the Neonate.- Pyloric Stenosis.- Intussusception.- Hemangioma and Lymphangioma.