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Now a multimedia E-DITION, the internationally renowned Campbell's UROLOGY boasts sweeping revisions that reflect all of the latest knowledge and clinical practices.

This comprehensive volume covers the entire field of uncomplicated incontinence ranging from current concepts, to surgical management, to medical management.

Leading urologists and expert specialists review and summarize for family practitioners the latest thinking about how best to evaluate, diagnose, and treat all the most commonly encountered urological conditions.

The Penn Clinical Manual of Urology reference presents the key clinical information you need to diagnose and treat urologic disorders quickly and effectively.

Brief, well-illustrated chapters combine an easy-to-read format with the comprehensive coverage you demand. This is a unique offering that deserves a place on every urologist's shelf.

Principles and Practice of Urology (Volumes I and II) was created to provide a fresh, practical and concise review of the important urological issues faced in the daily practice.

Robotic Urologic Surgery, Second Edition is an updated and revised technical manual focusing on the various robotic approaches to robotic urologic surgical procedures. This book provides instructions on how to develop a successful robotics program, learn the various techniques, and improve outcomes.

Urology is a portable quick-reference clinical guide to the diagnosis, treatment, and management of urologic symptoms and diseases.

It fits into a pocket and provides the essential information that residents and practitioners need when seeing patients on the wards or in the office. The book is divided into two sections--one on presenting problems and one on diseases.