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Main description:

While there are Pediatric Urology texts for Pediatric Urologists and for General Urologists, there are none for Primary Care Physicians.  This book is written specifically for the primary care physician, the initial contact for the many children with urologic conditions.  This text will assist the primary care physician in the recognition of and participation in the care of children with these common problems.  These include both congenital and acquired conditions.  Management may involve medical and/or surgical intervention.  The contributing authors were selected for their internationally recognized expertise and straight forward educational styles. 

Pediatric Urology for the Primary Care Physician will significantly help our primary care colleagues in the evaluation and management of children with genito-urinary problems.


Feature:

This book is written specifically for the primary care physician

Assists in the evaluation and management of children with genito-urinary problems

Written by professionals who are internationally recognized for their expertise and straight forward educational styles in pediatric urology


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While there are Pediatric Urology texts for pediatric urologists and for general urologists, there are none for primary care physicians. This book is written specifically for the primary care physician, the initial contact for the many children with urologic conditions. The text will assist the primary care physician in the recognition of and participation in the care of children with these common problems including both congenital and acquired conditions. Specific chapters are also dedicated to the management of cases that may include medical and/or surgical intervention. The contributing authors of this text were selected for their internationally recognized expertise and straight forward educational styles in the field of Pediatric Urology.

Pediatric Urology for the Primary Care Physician will significantly help our primary care colleagues in the evaluation and management of children with genito-urinary problems.


Contents:

Preface

Chapter 1. Fetal Hydronephrosis                                                  
Andres Silva and Hiep T. Nguyen

Chapter 2. Multicystic Dysplastic Kidney

Kenneth G. Nepple and Christopher S. Cooper

Chapter 3. Renal Agenesis and Associated Anomalies

Mark F. Bellinger

Chapter 4. Renal Duplication Anomalies

Michael Leonard

Chapter 5. Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction in the Pediatric Population

Danielle D. Sweeney and Steven G. Docimo

Chapter 6. Pediatric Renal Trauma

Bertram Yuh, Saul P. Greenfield, and Pierre Williot

Chapter 7. Renal Stones

Serdar Tekgül and H. Serkan Dogan

Chapter 8. Pediatric Renal Tumors

Puneeta Ramachandra and Fernando A. Ferrer, Jr.

Chapter 9. Ureteroceles

Pamela I. Ellsworth and Anthony A. Caldamone

Chapter 10. Megaureter

Steve S. Kim, J. Christopher Austin, and Douglas A. Canning

Chapter 11. Ectopic Ureter

Armando J. Lorenzo and Antoine E. Khoury

Chapter 12. Cystitis

Ilene Yi-Zhen Wong and Linda Dairiki Shortliffe

Chapter 13. Vesicoureteral Reflux

Marco Castagnetti, Waifro Rigamonti, and GianAntonio Manzoni

Chapter 14. Posterior Urethral Valves

Erica J. Traxel and Curtis A. Sheldon

Chapter 15. Bladder Exstrophy for the Primary Care Provider

Thomas E. Novak and Yegappan Lakshmanan

Chapter 16. Daytime Wetting

Julian Wan

Chapter 17. Tumors of the Lower Genitourinary Tract in Children and Adolescents

Armando J. Lorenzo, Joao L. Pippi Salle, and Martin A. Koyle

Chapter 18. Pediatric Hernias and Hydroceles

Steve S. Kim and Howard M. Snyder III

Chapter 19. Retractile Testes

Robert A. Mevorach, William C. Hulbert Jr., and Ronald Rabinowitz

Chapter 20. Undescended Testes

Jack S. Elder

Chapter 21. Testicular Torsion

Sherry Sedberry-Ross

Chapter 22. Testis Tumor

Jonathan Ross

Chapter 23. Adolescent Varicocele

Thomas Tailly and Guy Bogaert

Chapter 24. Phimosis

Robert D. Schwarz and Shubha De

Chapter 25. Paraphimosis

Daniel Lewinshtein and Anne-Marie Houle

Chapter 26. Meatal Stenosis

Brent W. Snow

Chapter 27. Balanitis

Bartley G. Cilento Jr.

Chapter 28. Urethrorrhagia

Patrick C. Cartwright

Chapter 29. Urethral Stricture

Stacy T. Tanaka and John W. Brock III

Chapter 30. Hypospadias

Warren Snodgrass

Chapter 31. Chordee

Israel Franco

Chapter 32. Epispadias

J. Todd Purves, Andrew A. Stec, and John P. Gearhart

Chapter 33. Female External Genitalia for Primary Care Providers

Marvalyn DeCambre

Chapter 34. Ambiguous Genitalia

Luis H. Braga and Joao Luiz Pippi-Salle

Chapter 35. Myelodysplasia: From Birth to Adulthood

Stuart B. Bauer

Chapter 36. Continent Urinary Diversion

Rosalia Misseri and Richard C. Rink

Chapter 37. Managing Pediatric Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction and Associated Constipation in the Primary Care Setting

Nathan Ballek, Joel F. Koenig, and Patrick H. McKenna

Chapter 38. Pyelonephritis

Richard W. Grady

Chapter 39. Nephrologic Aspects of Urologic Disease

James A. Listman and Scott Schurman

Chapter 40. Pediatric Primary Nocturnal Enuresis (Bedwetting)

Max Maizels and Dawn Diaz Saldano


PRODUCT DETAILS

ISBN-13: 9781603272421
Publisher: Springer (Springer New York)
Publication date: December, 2014
Pages: 550
Weight: 949g
Availability: POD
Subcategories: Diseases and Disorders, General Practice, Paediatrics and Neonatal, Urology

MEET THE AUTHOR

Ronald Rabinowitz

University of Rochester Medical College

Department of Urology

Rochester, NY

William C. Hulbert

University of Rochester Medical College

Department of Urology

Rochester, NY

Robert A. Mevorach

University of Rochester Medical College

Department of Urology

Rochester, NY

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“Pediatric primary care providers are often the first to see children with urological abnormalities. Experts in pediatric urology and pediatric nephrology author this book specifically for these physicians. … This book is a must-have in every pediatrician’s office as a quick reference to different urological abnormalities they may encounter in their patients. … Medical students rotating in urology as well as pediatric and junior urology residents will find this book valuable as well.” (Ahmad H. Bani-Hani, Doody’s Book Reviews, March, 2015)