Nowadays, there is tremendous interest in an integrated imaging approach to urogenital diseases. This interest is tightly linked to the recent technological advances in ultrasound, computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, and nuclear medicine. Significant improvements in image quality have brought numerous clinical and diagnostic benefits to every medical specialty.
This book is organized in nine parts and twenty-seven chapters. The first six chapters review the normal macroscopic and radiological anatomy of the urogenital system. In subsequent chapters, urogenital malformations, lithiasis, as well as infectious and neoplastic disorders of the kidneys, bladder, urinary collecting system, and male and female genitalia are extensively discussed. The pathologic, clinical, and diagnostic (instrumental and not) features of each disease are described, with particular emphasis, in neoplastic pathologies, on primitive tumors and disease relapse. The statics and dynamics of the pelvic floor are addressed as well and there is a detailed presentation of state-of-the-art interventional radiology.
The volume stands out in the panorama of the current medical literature by its rich iconography. Over 1000 anatomical illustrations and images, with detailed captions, provide ample evidence of how imaging can guide the therapeutic decision-making process. Imaging of Urogenital Diseases is an up-to-date text for radiologists, urologists, gynecologists, and oncologists, but it also certainly provides an invaluable tool for general practitioners. Its succinct, well-reasoned approach integrates old and new knowledge to obtain diagnostic algorithms. This information will direct the clinician to the imaging modality best-suited to yielding the correct diagnosis.
Written for: Radiologists, urologists, gynecologists
- Female urogenital diseases
- Genitourinary tract
- Male urogenital diseases
- Radiological anatomy
Foreword.- Preface.- Part I: Anatomy.- Chapter 1 Urinary System: Normal Gross and Microscopic Anatomy.- Chapter 2 Urinary System: Normal Radiologic Anatomy.- Chapter 3 Male Reproductive System: Normal Gross and Microscopic Anatomy.- Chapter 4 Male Reproductive System: Normal Radiologic Anatomy.- Chapter 5 Female Reproductive System: Normal Gross and Microscopic Anatomy.- Chapter 6 Female Reproductive System: Normal Radiologic Anatomy.- Part II: Malformation.- Chapter 7 Clinics and Imaging.- Part III: Urinary System Disease.- Chapter 8 Clinical Approach.- Chapter 9 Diagnostic Imaging.- Part IV: Disease of the Male Reproductive System.- Chapter 10 Clinical Approach to Prostate Disease.- Chapter 11 Diagnostic Imaging of the Prostate.- Chapter 12 Clinical Approach to Testicular Disease.- Chapter 13 Diagnostic Imaging of the Testicle.- Part V: Oncologic Recurrences of the Male Reproductive System.- Chapter 14 Clinical Approach.- Chapter 15 Diagnostic Imaging.- Part VI: Female Pelvic Floor.- Chapter 16 Female Pelvic Floor Dysfunction: Clinics and Imaging.- Part VII: Disease of the Female Reproductive System.- Chapter 17 Endometriosis, Pelvic Pain: Clinics and Imaging.- Chapter 18 Pelvic Inflammatory Disease: Clinics and Imaging.- Chapter 19 Clinical Approach to Uterine Disease.- Chapter 20 Diagnostic Imaging of the Uterus.- Chapter 21 Clinical Approach to Adnexal Disease.- Chapter 22 Diagnostic Imaging of the Adnexa.- Part VIII: Oncologic Recurrences of the Female Reproductive System.- Chapter 23 Clinical Approach.- Chapter 24 Diagnostic Imaging.- Part IX: Interventional Radiology.- Chapter 25 Prostate Biopsy.- Chapter 26 Treatment of Varicocele.- Chapter 27 Drainage and Embolization Techniques.- Subject Index.