By Gopal Badlani, G. Willy Davila, Martin C. Michel, Jean J. M. C. H. Rosette
This entire quantity covers the full box of basic incontinence starting from present suggestions, to surgical administration, to clinical administration. It encompasses a certain concentrate on the newest diagnostic assessments, new surgical procedure together with laparoscopy, and scientific treatments. extra assurance comprises targeted themes resembling prolapse, male incontinence, and prices and schooling. it's a state of the art reference paintings on continence administration for all urologists and gynecologists.
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Continence: Current Concepts and Treatment Strategies by Gopal Badlani, G. Willy Davila, Martin C. Michel, Jean J. M. C. H. Rosette