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Urological conditions are prevalent and account for up to one third of all surgical admissions to hospital. Outside of hospital care urological problems are a common reason for patients needing to see their general practitioner. Urological malignancy is increasingly important within an ageing population. The ABC of Urology provides a comprehensive review of current practice in urology and is a structured and practical guide to the diagnosis, treatment and management of the most common urological conditions. This new third edition has been fully revised and expanded with additional chapters and improved coverage of renal and testis cancer, management of haematuria, laparoscopy, trauma and new urological advances. Prostate, bladder, renal and penile cancers are also covered in detail and new techniques and procedures for safer and effective treatment options are featured. The ABC of Urology is the ideal reference for general practitioners and general practitioner trainees, junior doctors and practice nurses, medical students and all primary health care professionals working to provide the best possible care for patients with urological conditions. Contents Contributors Preface 1 Assessment of the Urological Patient Deborah Skennerton 2 Guidelines for the Management of Haematuria Daniel Swallow 3 Bladder Outflow Obstruction James Allan 4 Urinary Incontinence Janine Nethercliffe 5 Urological Emergencies& William Finch 6 Subfertility and Male Sexual Dysfunction Helen Hegarty 7 Management of Adult UTI Richard Cetti and Suzie Venn 8 Prostate Cancer Stephen EM Langley and Simon RJ Bott 9 Bladder Cancer Alan Thompson and Pippa Sangster 10 Renal Cancer Esther McLarty, Jonathan Aning and Simon J Freeman 11 Testis Cancer Jessica Wrigley, Anne Y Warren and Danish Mazhar 12 Urinary Stone Disease Farooq Khan 13 The Role of Laparoscopy in Urology Nimish Shah and Richard Johnston 14 Paediatric Urology Peter Cuckow 15 Urological Trauma Tamsin Greenwell 16 Penile Cancer and Gender Reassignment Nim Christopher and Majid Shabbir Index