Urologic Textbooks & Pocket Guides
We have listed below many of the key surgical textbooks that students, residents and attendings need to have access to. Use the Book Search to find titles that you don't see here.Thursday, August 17, 2017
Campbell's Urology (CD-ROM for 4 Volume Set) by John L. Cameron: This is the standard text for urology. It comes with the CD-ROM set also. You need to get it is you go into urology. Otherwise forget about it.
Campbell's Urology (4-Volume Set) by Meredith F. Campbell (Editor), Patrick C. Walsh (Editor), Alan B. Retik I. 2002 Edition (8th)
Atlas of Urologic Surgery by Frank Hinman, Paul H. Stempen (Illustrator), Stephanie Donley (Editor) I. 1998 Edition: B. Saunders. Univ. of Calfornia School of Medicine, San Francisco. Atlas of surgical technique for urologists. Extensive halftone line drawings with commentary. Previous edition: c1989. 171 contributors, 125 U.S. DNLM: Urogenital System--surgery--atlases.
Urology Pocket Guides
Smith's General Urology by Emil A. Tanagho (Editor), Jack W. McAnich (Editor), Jack W. McAninch The top single-volume resource in urology--the ultimate reference for fourth-year medical students, residents, urologists, and primary care physicians. In a well-illustrated, easy-to-follow format, this book provides the ready-to-use information needed for the diagnosis and treatment of urologic diseases. Includes a brand-new chapter on laparoscopic surgery and bacterial infections of the genitourinary tract, plus the insights of seven new contributing authors.
Urology Secrets by Martin I. Resnick, Andrew C. Novick (2003) Only the cover carries the subtitle: Questions you will be asked on rounds, in the clinic, at the bedside. For students & residents. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
Urology (House Officer Series) (2001) A concise source of clinical information for medical students and residents. It focuses primarily on the information needed to make a diagnosis and decide on a treatment, not on surgical techniques or how to do particular procedures. References have been omitted to keep the manual small and portable, but a list of suggested readings includes the major urologic texts. The author is a urologist in private practice and associated with the U. of Louisville (KY) School of Medicine.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
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