The detailed illustrations in Hinman's Atlas of UroSurgical Anatomy, supplemented by radiologic and pathologic images, help you clearly visualize the complexities of the genitourinary tract and its surrounding anatomy so you can avoid complications and provide optimal patient outcomes. This medical reference book is an indispensable clinical tool for Residents and experienced urologic surgeons alike.
See structures the way they appear during surgery though illustrations, as well as a number of newly added intra-operative photographs.
Operate with greater confidence with the assistance of this extensively enhanced complement to Hinman's Atlas of Urologic Surgery, 3rd Edition.
New to this Edition
View the anatomy of genitourinary and other organs and their surrounding structures through detailed illustrations, most of which are newly colored since the 1st Edition, conveniently organized by body region.
Understand normal anatomy and selected alterations in normal anatomy more completely through a large collection of newly added clinical, radiologic and pathologic images.
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Anterolateral and Lower Abdominal Body Wall: Structure and Function
Chapter 8: Posterolateral and Posterior Body Wall
Development of the Posterior Body Wall
Posterolateral Body Wall: Structure and Function
Chapter 9: Inguinal Region
Development of the Structures About the Groin
Inguinal and Femoral Regions: Structure and Function
Chapter 10: Pelvis
Development of the Pelvis
Structure of the Pelvis
Chapter 11: Perineum
Development of the Perineum
Section III: Organs
Chapter 12: Kidney, Ureter, and Adrenal Glands
Development of the Kidney, Ureter, and Adrenal Glands
Kidney, Ureter, and Adrenal Glands: Structure and Function
Chapter 13: Bladder, Ureterovesical Junction, and Rectum
Development of the Bladder, Ureterovesical Junction, and Rectum
Bladder and Ureterovesical Junction: Structure and Function
Chapter 14: Prostate and Urethral Sphincters
Development of the Prostate, Seminal Vesicles, and Urethral Sphincters
Prostate, Urinary Sphincters, and Seminal Vesicles: Structure and Function
Chapter 15: Female Genital Tract and Urethra
Development of the Female Genital Tract and Urethra
Female Genital Tract, Urethra, and Sphincters: Structure and Function
Chapter 16: Penis and Male Urethra
Development of the Penis and Urethra
Structure and Function of the Penis and Male Urethra
Chapter 17: Testis
Development of the Testis
The Testes and Adnexae: Structure and Function
By Greg T MacLennan, MD, FRCS(C), FACS, FRCP(C), Professor of Pathology, Urology and Oncology, Division Chief, Anatomic Pathology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, University Hospitals Case Medical Center, Cleveland, Ohio