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The Evidence for Urology Hardcover – 10 Feb 2005
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'The Evidence for Urology' has been awarded first prize in the Urology category of the 2005 BMA Medical Book Competition. The judges said, "This is an excellent book which reviews the evidence for a number of complex urological questions which are raised by trainees, consultants and sometimes by patients. It is brilliantly laid-out with the right amount of emphasis in each chapter. There are summary points at the end of each chapter which guide the clinician appropriately. The evidence is up to date and well-reviewed, providing a good summary as well as a launching platform for further reading. I would recommend this book to consultants and trainees alike, especially to those coming up to specialty examinations."
Approximately 45 chapters written by leading international authorities. Each chapter analyses the available literature to produce an authoritative statement about the management of urological disorders. The book includes a concise summary of the best available scientific evidence providing up-to-date information.See all Product description
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11 May 2006
Covered most of the essential questions raised in the day to day management of patients in urology. Most chapters gave balanced and objective reviews of the subject discussed. A standardised format of presentation in the main text might further improve the consistency of quality. The summary page for each chapter,however, was standardised, well organised and most informative.
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