The Kelalis-King-Belman textbook of clinical pediatric urology

editor-in-chief, Steven G Docimo ; associate editors, Douglas A Canning, Antoine E Khoury

The most established, internationally acclaimed textbook on the subject of pediatric urology, this completely updated fifth edition is published on the thirtieth anniversary of its original launch. Totally revised, and with all-new editors who are at the forefront of clinical and surgical research in pediatric urology, The Kelalis-King-Belman Textbook of Clinical Pediatric Urology presents state-of-the-art of knowledge and common sense practice in all areas of clinical pediatric urology, from diagnosis to treatment. Clinical in orientation and practical in presentation, it covers every disorder and disease, diagnostic method and appropriate treatment in pediatric urology from the embryo onwards. Expanded to cover the latest developments in technology and surgical technique, each chapter is lavishly illustrated with photographs and medical artwork. All in a single, easily accessed volume, tables, graphs and charts lend further support to the detailed and comprehensive text, therefore making this a useful and informative reference for residents and specialists alike.

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  • Section I: Evaluation of the Pediatric Urologic Patient. 1. History and physical examination of the child. 2. Laboratory assessment of the pediatric urologic patient. 3. Fetal urology and prenatal diagnosis. 4. Office ultrasonography. 5. Pediatric renal nuclear medicine. 6. Prenatal and postnatal urologic emergencies. 7. Urinary tract infections in children. 8. Fungal, parasitic, and other inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary tract. 9. Pain management for the pediatric urologic patient. 10. Office pediatric urology. 11. Principles of minimally invasive surgery. 12. Pediatric fluid management. 13. Embryology of the genitourinary tract. Section II: The Adrenal. 14. Adrenal or suprarenal gland development. 15. Radiologic assessment of the adrenal. 16. Adrenal tumors and functional consequences. 17. Surgery of the adrenal. Section III: The Kidney. 18. Basic science of the kidney. 19. Renal vasculature and kidney. 20. Renal anomalies. 21. Fetal and neonatal renal function. 22. Cystic kidney disease. 23. Acute renal failure. 24. Renal transplantation. 25. Renal calculus disease. 26. Endourology for stone disease. 27. Renal parenchymal imaging in children. 28. Assessment of renal obstructive disorders: ultrasound, nuclear medicine, and magnetic resonance imaging. 29. Assessment of renal obstructive disorders: urodynamics of the upper tract. 30. Ureteropelvic junction obstruction and multicystic dysplastic kidney: surgical management. 31. Laparoscopic nephrectomy and pyeloplasty. 32. Wilms' tumor. 33. Surgical approaches for renal tumors. 34. Upper urinary tract trauma. Section IV: The Ureter. 35. The ureter. 36. Ureteral development. 37. The imaging of reflux and ureteral disease. 38. Ureteral anomalies and their surgical management. 39. Megaureter. 40. Ureteral duplication anomalies: ectopic ureters and ureteroceles. 41. Laparoscopic management of duplication anomalies. 42. Vesicoureteral reflux: anatomic and functional basis of etiology. 43. Non-surgical management of vesicoureteral reflux. 44. Surgery for vesicoureteral reflux. 45. Minimally invasive approaches to correct vesicoureteral reflux. 46. Injection therapy for vesicoureteral reflux. Section V: The Bladder and Prostate. 47. Basic science of the urinary bladder. 48. Basic science of prostatic development. 49. Embryology of the anterior abdominal wall, bladder, and proximal urethra. 50. Radiologic assessment of bladder disorders. 51. Urodynamics of the lower and upper urinary tract. 52. Neurologic control of storage and voiding. 53. Neurogenic voiding dysfunction and non-surgical management. 54. Diurnal and nocturnal enuresis. 55. Operations for the weak bladder outlet. 56. Bladder augmentation: current and future techniques. 57. Urinary diversion. 58. The Malone antegrade continence enema (MACE). 59. Minimally invasive approaches to lower urinary tract reconstruction. 60. Genitourinary rhabdomyosarcoma and other bladder tumors. 61. Exstrophy and epispadias. 62. Unusual conditions of the bladder, including bladder trauma, urachal anomalies, and bladder diverticula. 63. Posterior urethral values. 64. Prune belly syndrome. Section VI: Urethra, External Genitalia, and Retroperitoneum. 65. Basic science of the genitalia. 66. Basic science of the testis. 67. Gonads, genital ducts, and genitalia. 68. Intersex. 69. Anorectal malformation and cloaca. 70. Surgery for intersex disorders and urogenital sinus. 71. Hypospadias. 72. Abnormalities of the penis and scrotum. 73. Hernia, hydroceles, testicular torsion, and varicocele. 74. Cryptorchidism. 75. Surgical management of the undescended testis. 76. Testicular tumors. 77. Tumors of the retroperitoneum. 78. Tissue engineering for pediatric urology.

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書名 The Kelalis-King-Belman textbook of clinical pediatric urology
著作者等 Belman, A. Barry
Canning, Douglas A.
Docimo, Steven G.
Kelalis, Panayotis P.
Khoury, Antoine E.
King, Lowell R.
Canning Douglas
Khoury Antoine
書名別名 Clinical pediatric urology
出版元 Informa Healthcare
刊行年月 2007
版表示 5th ed.
ページ数 xxvii, 1396 p.
大きさ 30 cm
ISBN 9781841845043
NCID BA80185352
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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