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    • Amarin, Zouhair O. (2015)
      Hysterectomy is a very common type of surgery and can be a life-saving operation for some women with certain types of cancer or torrential uterine haemorrhage. It can also improve the quality of life for women who experience ...
    • Veis, Martin; Antos, Roman (2012)
      Urology & urogenital medicine
    • Zaghal, Ahmad; Rahman, Nishat (2020)
      Male circumcision is one of the oldest and the most common procedures in the world; it is performed for both medical and non-medical reasons. Circumcision is a relatively simple procedure; however, if not done properly, ...
    • Kapur, Sandip; Afaneh, Cheguevara; Aull, Meredith J. (2012)
      Despite significant accomplishments to date, kidney transplantation is a relatively young field in medicine. Due to the armamentarium of agents available to effectively suppress the immune system, the past decade has seen ...
    • Donkov, Ivo (2011)
      Urethral reconstructive surgery has always been a challenging part for urologist since the dawn of our speciality. In this book leading experts in lower urinary reconstructions from all over the world present their views ...
    • Chaudhury, Koel; Chakravarty, Baidyanath (2012)
      This book provides an insight into the emerging trends in pathogenesis, diagnosis and management of endometriosis. Key features of the book include overviews of endometriosis; endometrial angiogenesis, stem cells involvement, ...
    • Pedrosa Nunes, Kenia (2012)
      Erectile dysfunction is a widespread problem, affecting many men across all age groups and it is more than a serious quality of life problem for sexually active men. This book contains chapters written by widely acknowledged ...
    • Kommu, Sashi S.; Gill, Inderbir S. (2020)
      Kidney cancer imposes a significant cancer burden and its incidence continues to rise globally. Mortality in advanced kidney cancer remains high despite oncological, surgical and multimodal optimisation. Genetic associations, ...
    • Kommu, Sashi S. (2012)
      Urology is currently the most rapidly expanding surgical superspecialty. The reason for this exponential propulsion of this field, especially over the last two decades, is the dual role of scientific breakthroughs and the ...
    • Al-Hendy, Ayman; Sabry, Mohamed (2012)
      This book is intended for the general and family practitioners, as well as for gynecologists, specialists in gynecological surgery, general surgeons, urologists and all other surgical specialists that perform procedures ...
    • Friedler, Shevach (2012)
      The field of In Vitro Fertilization is a relatively new field in medicine, constantly on the move. This field is an exquisite example of the vast power in the complementary use of basic research with clinical practice and ...
    • Pang, Ran (2020)
      Lower urinary tract dysfunction (LUTD) is an umbrella diagnosis that covers the abnormalities of anatomy and function in the bladder, urethra, and, in men, the prostate. People with LUTD face a number of social, mental, ...
    • Bashamboo, Anu; David McElreavey, Kenneth (2012)
      Male infertility is a multifaceted disease where genetic, epigenetic and environmental factors all contribute to the development of the phenotype. In recent years, there has been an increasing concern about a decline in ...
    • Wu, Wei; Ziglioli, Francesco; Maestroni, Umberto (2020)
      Male reproductive health is an important area affecting men's overall health and well-being. Infertility is a worldwide problem that affects approximately 15% of married couples. Half of these cases can be traced to male ...
    • Herold, Alexander; Schiedeck, Thomas (2019)
      This is the standard textbook for every medical or surgical coloproctologist from the German Society for Coloproctology. In two volumes, it covers the full anatomy of the colon from the ileocecal valve to the anus. Each ...
    • Herold, Alexander; Schiedeck, Thomas (2019)
      This is the standard textbook for every medical or surgical coloproctologist from the German Society for Coloproctology. In two volumes, it covers the full anatomy of the colon from the ileocecal valve to the anus. Each ...
    • Nelius, Thomas (2013)
      Urinary tract infections (UTI) continue to be under the most common bacterial infections worldwide. Diagnostic and treatment have substantial financial burden on society. In the USA, UTIs are responsible for more than 7 ...
    • Alhasso, Ammar (2012)
      Management strategies are framed within a multidisciplinary team structure and as such a range of specialists ranging from psychologists, specialist nurses, gynaecologists and urologists author the chapters. There are some ...
    • Tenke, Peter (2011)
      Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most common bacterial infections worldwide, and they are also the leading cause of hospital-acquired infections. Therefore, the appropriate management of UTIs is a major medical ...