From the reviews of the second edition:
“This is a practical, concise review of normal anatomy and of anatomic and functional abnormalities of the lower urinary tract. … The audience includes any medical practitioner who manages patients with lower urinary tract disorders. The book is comprehensive and clearly written, making it an excellent everyday reference for urology and radiology residents, nurse practitioners, and practicing radiologists and urologists. … Each chapter contains many figures, tables, and diagrams. … This is a welcome addition to the urologic and radiologic literature.” (Patrick J. Shenot, Doody’s Review Service, June, 2010)
“This is the second edition of this softcover book. It is a very practical book authored and edited by a uro-radiologist. … There are 14 chapters covering various radiological aspects of the lower urinary tract. … it will however be useful for those who would like a general overview. The main features of the book are the numerous tables and pictures with radiological interpretation. The book would serve as an excellent reference for trainee urologists, radiologists and healthcare professionals … .” (ICS News, Vol. 7 (1), January, 2011)
This book is a practical text covering the imaging techniques and the range of urodynamic problems the trainee and practising urologist is likely to encounter including; congenital abnormalities of the bladder, functional abnormalities of the bladder, intraluminal abnormalities and staging of bladder cancer. The urethra and lower urinary tract are also dealt with. Although these disorders are covered in the major reference works, there is a need for a practical, accessible, user friendly text which provides clear and unambiguous guidelines on the best practice available.