A unique practice-oriented survey of how the new surgical, analytical, and biomedical advances are being applied to pediatric urology. Here the practicing urologist will find informative, easy-to-read reviews of the modern evaluation of prenatal hydronephrosis, the standard treatment of reflux vs the newer injectable techniques, and the spectrum of hypospadias treatment along with new developments in bladder exstrophy. Additional updated topics include what's new in undescended testis, the evaluation of difficult duplication anomalies, voiding dysfunction and neurogenic bladders, pediatric stone disease, and the developmental problems associated with genitourinary defects.
Prenatal Diagnosis of Hydronephrosis Marc Cendron Pediatric Urologic Emergencies Dennis S. Peppas Vesicoureteral Reflux David B. Joseph Endoscopic Treatment of Vesicoureteric Reflux Michael P. Leonard and Karen Psooy Hypospadias Aseem R. Shukla, Rakesh P. Patel, and Douglas A. Canning Bladder Exstrophy for the General Urologist: New Discoveries and Modern Management John P. Gearhart and Fernando A. Ferrer The Undescended Testis and Other Forms of Cryptorchidism Richard I. Silver Duplicated Ureters and Ureteroceles Christopher S. Cooper Voiding Dysfunction Barbara V. Wise, Arlene C. Gerson, Kathy Kinsman, and Steven G. Docimo Neurogenic Bladder and Bowel Zachary V. Zuniga, Barbara V. Wise, Kathy Kinsman, and Steven G. Docimo Pediatric Stone Disease: Current Approaches to Diagnosis and Management Ranjiv I. Mathews Developmental Perspectives of Children with Genitourinary Anomalies William G. Reiner Pediatric Genitourinary Oncology Fernando A. Ferrer Index