Campbell's Urology

Campbell's Urology

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Since it first published in 1954, Campbell's Urology has established a universal reputation as the "bible of urology." The meticulously revised, updated, and expanded New Edition-now encompassing 4 volumes-continues to be the most comprehensive, up-to-date urology textbook in the world. Hundreds of internationally recognized contributors address every aspect of the specialty in complete detail, including operative and pediatric urology. The result is a single resource that readers can consult for current, reliable answers on any subject in urology.

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  • Hardback | 860 pages
  • 250.2 x 296.4 x 230.9mm | 14,515.12g
  • Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Saunders (W.B.) Co Ltd
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • Revised
  • 8th Revised edition
  • 2933 illus
  • 0721690580
  • 9780721690582

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"Meredith Campbell would be proud of this newest edition...Nearly 4000 pages of practical information [cover] every aspect of urology...With the introduction of new techniques and minimally invasive approaches, we need these volumes to bring us up to speed." "JAMA" "Everything a physician needs to know about urologic disease is contained in these pages. All Urologists should have Campbell's Urology in their office as a definitive reference. Also recommended to all Health Science libraries as a general reference text.""The Electric Review, January-February 2005" "The fact that Campbell's has been around for five decades evidences how invaluable this text has become to the medical community. Aside from its value to practicing physicians, Professors of Medicine have used the book as a teaching tool to help residents begin to explore the sub-specialty of Urology. The 8th edition should only continue the tradition of using Meredith Campbell's treatise to instruct aspiring physicians.""The Electric Review, March-April 2005"

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