SECTION 1 Upper Urinary Tract
- 1 Blunt Renal Injuries
Lindsay Hampson and Nnenaya Mmonu
- 2 Penetrating Renal Trauma – A Civilian and Military Perspective
- 3 Renal Infections
Brusabhanu Nayak, Nitin Srivastava, and Rajeev Kumar
- 4 Acute Kidney Stone Management
Justin S. Ahn and Jonathan D. Harper
- 5 Traumatic Adrenal Hemorrhage
Hong Truong and Bradley D. Figler
- 6 External Ureteral Trauma
Humberto G. Villarreal and Steven J. Hudak
- 7 Iatrogenic Ureteral injury
Haruaki Kato, Kazuyoshi Iijima, Tomohiko Oguchi, Seiji Yano
SECTION 2 Lower Urinary Tract
- 8 Bladder Injuries
- 9 TRAUMATIC URETHRAL INJURIES
Laura G. Velarde and Reynaldo G. Gómez
- 10 Acute management of urethral stricture
- 11 PROSTATITIS AND PROSTATIC ABSCESS
SECTION 3 External Genitalia
- 12 Fournier’s Gangrene
Kosuke Kitamura and Shigeo Horie
- 13 Traumatic Penile Injuries
Ariel Fredrick and Alex J. Vann
- 14 Priapism
Akash A. Kapadia, Kevin Ostrowski and Thomas J. Walsh
- 15 Traumatic Scrotal and Testicular Injuries
Marios Hadjipavlou and Davendra Sharm
- 16 Testicular Torsion
Alexander J. Skokan and Dana A. Weiss
- 17 Epididymitis and Orchitis
SECTION 4 Pediatric
- 18 Urologic Neonatal Emergencies
Nicolas Fernandez and Nayib Fakih
An ageing population and a predicted shortfall in the number of urologists means that, increasingly, the management of complex urological problems will fall to hospital emergency departments and the surgeries of primary care physicians. With many doctors and medical students now having less exposure to urology, there is a real and urgent need for accessible and practical guidance in managing urologic emergencies.
A Clinical Guide to Urologic Emergencies offers practical guidance to the best practices in diagnosis, treatment and management of patients with urgent urological conditions. Designed to be an extremely useful tool to consult in the clinical setting, it will be a vital source of information and guidance for all clinicians, irrespective of their level of urologic knowledge.
Edited by an outstanding international editor team, this book is particularly aimed at physicians, advanced practice providers, and urology and emergency medicine trainees managing patients in diverse healthcare settings across the globe.
A Clinical Guide to Urologic Emergencies is accompanied by a website featuring video content at www.wiley.com/go/wessells/urologic
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Hunter Wessells, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, USA.
Reynaldo Gómez. Hospital del Trabajador, Santiago, Chile.
Shigeo Horie, Juntendo University School of Medicine, Tokyo, Japan.