Adolescent urology and long-term outcomes / Christopher Woodhouse ; contributors, Stuart Bauer [and nineteen others].
- Chichester, England : Wiley Blackwell, 2015.
1 online resource (277 p.)
Genitourinary organs -- Diseases.
- Electronic books.
- Adolescent Urology and Long-Term Outcomes provides urologists and pediatric urologists with a comprehensive and expert clinical guide to the main urologic problems that can occur during adolescence. Fully covering disorders related to sex and genital development, the kidney, bladder, ureta and urethra, Professor Woodhouse, a world-leading expert and global pioneer in this field systematically outlines the best clinical practice in the surgical and medical management of these complex and extremely challenging conditions, as well covering the long-term outcome for the patient. Given the se
- Primary stones in adolescentsTreatment outcomes; Complications; Commentary; Notes; Chapter 4 Prune-belly syndrome; Introduction; The urinary tract; Commentary; Notes; Part II The ureter; Chapter 5 Renal function in adolescents; Mechanisms of renal damage; Long term consequences of reduction in nephron mass; subtotal nephrectomy and renal hyperfiltration; Practical management; Nephrologic clinic practice; End-stage renal disease and transplantation; Notes; Chapter 6 Structural anomalies and reconstruction of the ureter; Duplication of the ureter; Megaureters; Ureteroceles; Ectopic ureters
Ureteric reconstructionCommentary; Notes; Chapter 7 Vesico-ureteric reflux; Introduction; Reflux found after fetal ultrasound, spontaneous resolution with normal kidneys and bladder; Reflux with abnormal kidneys; Reflux corrected by surgery of one sort or another; Reflux unresolved by adolescence with normal or abnormal kidneys; Reflux in adults; Reflux with other bladder/urinary reservoir abnormalities; Reflux after renal transplantation; Reflux and pregnancy; Inheritance and screening; Commentary; Notes; Part III The bladder; Chapter 8 The neuropathic bladder and spina bifida; Introduction
SurvivalRenal function; Hypertension; Renal stones; The bladder; Surgery in adulthood; Latex allergy; Preparation for adulthood; Mobility; Sexual development; Fertility and pregnancy in females; Fertility in males; Partnerships and other social outcomes; Commentary; Notes; Chapter 9 Lower urinary tract replacement and reconstruction; Introduction; Reservoirs; Ileum; Colon; Rectum; Autoaugmentation; Artificial bladders; The conduit; General consequences of lower urinary tract reconstruction; Continence; Renal function; Stones; Histological changes; Perforation; Infection; Neoplasia
Urine testing for pregnancyPregnancy and delivery; Commentary; Notes; Chapter 10 Urinary diversion and undiversion; Introduction; Ileal conduit; Colon conduits; Cutaneous ureterostomy; Urinary undiversion; Commentary; Notes; Chapter 11 Other bladder conditions; Non-neuropathic neuropathic bladder; Enuresis; Ketamine; Commentary; Notes; Chapter 12 Exstrophy and epispadias; Introduction; Mortality; The bladder; Bladder cancer; The kidneys; The Penis; Male sexual function; Females born with exstrophy; Monsplasty (both sexes); Sexual health and contraception; Inheritance of exstrophy
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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- Bauer, Stuart, contributor.
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