Shergill, Iqbal S.; Arya, Manit; Patel, Hiten R.; Gill, Inderbir S.
January 2007
Urological Emergencies in Hospital Medicine;2007, preceding p1
Book Chapter
An introduction to the book is presented in which the authors discuss urological emergencies from a significant proportion of all acute medical and surgical admissions, and the diagnosis and management of urological emergencies.


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