Urology In-Service and Board Review – The Essential and Concise Study Guide is designed to help improve urology residents’ in-service scores and to provide a concise review for busy urologists who plan to take the board examinations. This book is also valuable in every day urology care whereby the physician can avoid sorting through the myriad of urologic literature and quickly and concisely determine patient treatment pathways with up-to-date information that is drawn from reputable urological guidelines sources.
The authors, Jason Fisher, DO and Tarek Pacha, DO, expertly condense the essential urological concepts into a single, reliable reference source. Every aspect of this study guide was designed to achieve rapid results in the shortest amount of time. Most material is presented in a bullet point format so that the reader can gather high-yield information without being bogged down by minutiae. Bold and italicized text draws attention to important topics, while “High-Yield Boxes” highlight vital information. 100+ tables and figures condense complex information to improve memory recall during actual testing situations. Complex disease treatment algorithms, such as testicular and prostate cancer, are included.
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Forward by Richard Santucci, MD
Chapter 11: Penile Tumors Example Page
Chapter 18: Urinary Dynamic Studies Example Page
Chapter 20: IC – Prostatitis – CPPS Example Page
Chapter 27: 46 XX DSD Masculinized Female Example Page
Chapter 33: Renal Transplant Example Page
Chapter 35: Syndromes Example Page
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Embryology
Chapter 2: Anatomy
Chapter 3: Urogenital Anomalies
Chapter 4: Urologic Radiology
Chapter 5: Adrenal Tumors
Chapter 6: Renal Tumors
Chapter 7: Renal Pelvis and Ureteral Tumors
Chapter 8: Bladder Tumors
Chapter 9: Prostate Cancer
Chapter 10: Urethral Tumors
Chapter 11: Penile Tumors
Chapter 12: Testicular Tumors
Chapter 13: Primary Retroperitoneal Tumors
Chapter 14: Pediatric Tumors
Chapter 15: Pediatric Urology
Chapter 16: Bladder Physiology and Neurogenic Bladder
Chapter 17: Bladder Dysfunction and Urinary Tract Fistulas
Chapter 18: Urinary Dynamic Studies (UDS)
Chapter 19: Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH)
Chapter 20: Interstitial Cystitis / Prostatitis / Chronic Pelvic Pain Syndrome
Chapter 21: Urinary Tract Calculi
Chapter 22: Urethral Disease
Chapter 23: Upper Urinary Tract Trauma
Chapter 24: Lower Genitourinary Trauma
Chapter 25: Sexual Dysfunction
Chapter 26: Infertility
Chapter 27: Intersexuality / Disorders of Sexual Development (DSD)
Chapter 28: Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Chapter 29: Infections
Chapter 30: Hydronephrosis
Chapter 31: Nephrology
Chapter 32: Renovascular Hypertension
Chapter 33: Renal Transplant
Chapter 34: Surgery
Chapter 35: Syndromes
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Drs. Fisher and Pacha have put together an excellent, concise, study resource for the Urology residents and the Urologists studying for the Boards. This book contains high yield information on the subjects often seen during the tests without the minutiae and avoid losing the forest through the trees!
Steve Miller, D.O.
Pleasantly surprised to see that someone finally did it right. This concise bullet point style high yield study guide is precisely what any URO resident needs in preparation for in-service exam. Combined with review of SASP questions, this has become my primary tool in studying for the upcoming annual exam. Great book!!!