Table of Contents

Pediatric urology facts and figures.
Radiographic imaging.
Urinary tract infections.
Voiding dysfunction, urinary incontinence, and urodynamics.
Hematuria: gross and microscopic.
Office procedures.
Genetic diseases and associated urologic manifestations.
Penis and scrotum: congenital and acquired anomalies.
Hypospadias.
Varicoceles, hernias, and hydroceles.
Testicles: undescended, retractile, and ascended.
Acute scrotum.
Hydronephrosis: prenatal and postnatal.
Vesicoureteral reflux.
Urinary tract obstruction.
Tissue engineering and regenerative medicine: current concepts.
Adolescent urology.
Laparoscopy in the pediatric population.
Genitourinary tumors.
Genitourinary trauma. A vast number of children in the United States are evaluated and treated for urologic conditions by urologists practicing general urology due to the relatively few fellowship-trained pediatric urologists. "Pediatric Urology: A General Urologist's Guide" is written specifically for general urologists as a concise and comprehensive reference of the more common pediatric urologic conditions. Other health practitioners (i.e. pediatrician, family practitioner, residents, medical students, and mid-level providers) will also find this book a key reference. Written by well-respected pediatri.