- Steve Payne, MS, FRCS, FEBUrol., Department of Urology, Manchester Royal Infi rmary, Manchester, UK
- Kieran O’Flynn, MB, FRCSI(Urol.), Department of Urology, Salford Royal Foundation Trust, Manchester, UK
- Ian Eardley, MA, MChir, FRCS(Urol.), FEBUrol., Department of Urology, St James’s University Hospital, Leeds, UK
Imaging and Technology in Urology: Principles and Clinical Applications is a practical and user-friendly consolidated source book for urologists, and urologists in training, regarding the basic science of imaging modalities used on a day-to-day basis in urological practice. Similarly, the intention is to provide an introduction to the technology that is used in the practice of urological surgery and the management of urological patients in the clinical setting. This knowledge is one of the eight separate disciplines examined in the oral component of the knowledge examination for independent, consultant, practice in urology in the UK. The book is also valuable to urologists and urological trainees outside of the UK and in other surgical specialities.
- Being a consolidated source book, this book provides a wealth of information in a clinical situation and is sufficient to fulfil requirement for post-graduate exams
- The books small chapters and facing page construction allows for accessible information at a glance, meaning its simple layout is useful as a revision guide for urologists in training, as well as a point of reference in other areas of urology
- The illustrations consist simply of line diagrams and clinical radiographs, with a maximum of 4 per section, presenting an easy understanding of applied physics, as will be encountered in clinical scenario testing in post-graduate exams