cystoscopy, J stent insertion and bladder biopsy, through to more complex surgery such as cystectomy and PCNL. It describes indications for surgery, diagnostic work-up, surgical technique, routine post-operative care together with the approach to management of complications of urological surgery. The trainee
urologist will find it an invaluable source of information, particulary as a last minute reminder of how to perform a particular operation.
- Paperback | 864 pages
- 106 x 185 x 32mm | 439g
- 29 Jan 2009
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- Numerous halftone photographs, line and text illustrations
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About John Reynard
Stephen Mark FRACS UROL, trained for his fellowship at Duke University, USA and Bristol. He is the consultant and head of the department of Urology at Christchurch Hospital, New Zealand.
Kevin Turner MA DM FRCS (Urol) qualified from Oxford University in 1993 and trained in urological surgery in Oxford, Edinburgh and Melbourne. His main clinical and research interests are uro-oncology. In 2002 his DM thesis was given the European Association of Urology Thesis Award and in 2004 he was elected to the office of Hunterian Professor of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Noel Armenakas trained at the University of Athens School of Medicine, Greece, before moving to the US to continue postgraduate education in many various facilities there. He is currently the Clinical Associate Professor for the Department of Urology, Cornell University Weill Medical College, New York.
Mark Feneley is Senior Lecturer in Urological Oncological Surgery at the Institute of Urology, University College London and Honorary Consultant Urologist at University College London Hospitals (UCLH). He graduated and qualified in Medicine at Cambridge University. In 1997 he received his MD at Cambridge University and Hunterian Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. After completing higher Urological training in 1998 at St Bartholomews and Royal London Hospitals, and a two
year fellowship at the James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute, The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, he was appointed as Consultant Urologist in Nottingham, until moving in 2002 to UCLH, London. He maintains academic interests and research in urological oncology, with extensive
publications in books and peer reviewed journals, and a commitment to training as a University Teacher and Examiner. The Middlesex Hospital, London.
Mark Sullivan is a Consultant Urological Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer at The Churchill Hospital, Oxford, UK. He trained in Urology at The Royal Free and University College Hospitals, London and Churchill Hospital, Oxford. He also underwent uro-oncolgy and laparoscopic fellowships at Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne, Australia and North Hampshire Hospital, Basingstoke, UK respectively. His special interests are in laparoscopic urology, uro-oncology and