1. Urinary Tract Infection: USA.- 2. Urinary Tract Infection: United Kingdom.- 3. Urinary Tract Infection: Europe.- 4 Urinary Tract Infection: Australasia.- 5. Abnormalities of the Scrotum.- 6. Disorders of Male External Genitalia.- 7. Disorders of Male External Genitalia: Hypospadias, Epispadias, Concealed Penis, and Urethral Disorders.- 8. Disorders of Male External Genitalia: Undescended Testis.- 9. Disorders of Male External Genitalia: Circumcision.- 10. Disorders of the Female External Genitalia.- 11. Disorders of Elimination: Voiding Dysfunction.- 12. Disorders of Elimination: Nocturnal Enuresis.- 13. Disorders of Elimination: Constipation.- 14. Hematuria and Proteinuria.- 15. Abdominal Pain: Urological Aspects.- 16. External Angular Dermoid and Pilomatrixoma.- 17. Neck Swellings/Lumps: Midline Neck Swellings.- 18. Neck Swellings/Lumps: Lateral Neck Lumps.- 19. Neck Swellings/Lumps: Torticollis.- 20. Umbilical Disorders.- 21. Surgical Aspects of Abdominal Pain.- 22. Approach to Abdominal Masses.- 23 Gastro-Esophageal Reflux Disease.- 24 Rectal Bleeding.- 25 Intestinal Obstruction.- 26 Unique Considerations in the Neonate and Infant: Bile-Stained Vomiting in the Neonate.- 27 Unique Considerations in the Neonate and Infant: Pyloric Stenosis.- 28 Unique Considerations in the Neonate and Infant: Intussusception.- 29 Hemangioma and Lymphangioma.
This extensively revised second edition provides a quick reference guide to pediatric surgical and urological problems encountered in the primary care clinic. Chapters cover recent updates in the field and give a synopsis of a particular condition, its management in primary care, indications for referral, and timing of referral.
Guide to Pediatric Urology and Surgery in Clinical Practice features a concise collection of pediatric surgical and urological conditions commonly encountered in primary care, and is a valuable resource for primary care practitioners, medical students, pediatricians and residents in pediatrics.
Professor Prasad Godbole is a Consultant Paediatric Urologist at the Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust, U.K. He has a special interest in reconstructive Urology and Paediatric urinary stone disease. He is an Honorary Professor in the Faculty of Health and Well Being at Sheffield Hallam University. He has published widely in peer reviewed journals and authored many chapters in textbooks. He has a strong track record in research and has edited 5 textbooks in Pediatric Urology. He has also completed an MBA in Medical Leadership and Healthcare Management and an LLM in Healthcare Ethics and MedicoLegal Law. He completed his fellowship training at Great Ormond Street Hospital in London.
Professor Duncan Wilcox trained at the University of London and completed his residency there. He completed his fellowship in Pediatric Urology at the University of London at Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital. Special areas of interest are hypospadias surgery, genitourinary problems in patients born with imperforate anus and patients with spinal defects. He is an investigator in a number of clinical outcome studies specifically involving hypospadias, undescended testicles and patients with hydronephrosis. He has a long term research interest in the clinical problems associated with patients born with imperforate anus and works closely with the Pediatric Surgeons at The Children's Hospital in Denver, Colorado to provide comprehensive multidisciplinary care to these patients.
Professor Martin Koyle joined SickKids in Toronto as the Head of the Division of Urology, and the University of Toronto as a Professor of Surgery in July of 2011. He was previously Division Chief at Seattle Children's and the University of Washington in Seattle, Washington, where he held the Michael Mitchell Endowed Chair in Paediatric Urology. After completing his medical school education in Winnipeg, Canada, at the University of Manitoba, he undertook residency and fellowship training at Los Angeles - USC Medical Center, Harvard University and in San Francisco. Koyle completed an M.Sc in Quality Improvement and Patient Safety (QIP) at IHPME at the University of Toronto where he remains on faculty, in addition to being a core faculty member of C-QuIPS (Centre for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety). During his more than a third of a century in academic urology, Professor Koyle has been known for his many innovations and contributions, specifically to the fields of paediatric urology and transplantation, as well as leadership and quality improvement and patient safety.