From the reviews: "The 22 chapters in this book are authored by a worldwide panel of experts in lower urinary tract and pelvic disease states. The book is distinguished by a wealth of well-done illustrations and photographs, as well as a number of algorithms. ... it is best suited for practitioners who want a rapid read that is comprehensively illustrated with many tables and algorithms. ... I will certainly be asking my medical library to purchase the book." (Viraj Master, Doody's Review Service, March, 2010)
The Atlas of Bladder Disease is the largest and highest-quality collection of images relating to all areas of bladder disease and dysfunction. Images include slides of pathologic and histologic specimens, radiographic images, flow charts, schematic, anatomic illustrations, graphs, tables, and charts. All figures are accompanied by detailed, descriptive legends. This atlas covers all aspects of bladder dysfunction from epidemiology, pathophysiology, and genetics, to imaging, therapy, rehabilitation, and comorbidities. The striking, four-color format combined with the breadth of information it contains make this book an invaluable resource for physicians, urologists, and all professionals involved in the study and treatment of bladder disease.