Books from ICUD Consultations are highly appreciated and often become regarded as the “bible” for that subject.
The Société Internationale D'Urologie can supply copies of the following SIU-ICUD books from the following Consultations.
- Penile Cancer 2008
- Testis Cancer 2009
- Urethra Stricture 2010
- Vesico-Vaginal-Fistula in the Developing World 2010
- Prostate Cancer 2011
- Male LUTS 2012
The price of the books is $135.
Further information is available on the ICUD page of their website: http://www.siu-urology.org/icud.aspx
The European Association of Urology have EAU-ICUD books availalbe to purchase.
- Renal Cell Cancer 2010
- Bladder Cancer 2011
The price of the books is 90 Euro for non EAU members and 70 for EAU members, and they can be ordered through firstname.lastname@example.org
Further information is available from their website https://www.uroweb.org/publications/other-publications/
The following publications are freely available to download from this site.
Incontinence 5th Edition 2013
The 5th International Consultation on Incontinence was held in Paris in February 2012, made possible by the generous support of the European Association of Urology. The four previous ICI Consultations were held as stand-alone meetings. However, by holding the 5th ICI during the annual meeting of EAU this made possible the attendance of a wider range of participants than had previously occurred.
Bladder Cancer 2012: 2nd Edition
Bladder cancer is the second most common malignancy of the genitourinary tract. Its protracted course and requirement for frequent monitoring is responsible for the huge costs involved with the care of patients with BC. It has been stated that it is one of the most expensive cancers. It is a heterogeneous neoplasm and even within some categories there are significant differences in behaviour among different histologic variants. These nuances are critical to proper management. Unlike prostate cancer the level of awareness for this neoplasm is quite low among not only the public but primary care physicians as well. This is one of the primary problems that leads to a delay in diagnosis which may adversely impact survival in men and women with high grade BC.
Kidney Cancer published 2011: 1st Edition
Kidney cancer remains to be an important item in the agenda of medicine. Better understanding of the mechanisms of renal cancer development, advances in surgery, utilization of alternative therapies and development of effective targeted therapies make kidney cancer a hot topic. The International Consultation on Urological Diseases (ICUD) and European Association of Urology (EAU) with the support of European Organisation for Research and Treatment of Cancer (EORTC) Genitourinary Group organized the 2010 International Consultation on Kidney Cancer.
Sexual Medicine: Sexual Dysfunctions in Men and Women published 2010: 3rd Edition
Today we have a clear concept of sexual medicine and how to define this medical discipline. But historically the unification of sexuality and medicine was not a given condition. Medicine was mainly focused on human reproduction and how to prevent and treat sexually transmitted diseases (STD). Hardly any other aspect would have met the interest of medical doctors for centuries. Perhaps the first true medicalization of sexuality, i.e. the fusion of medicine and sexuality, was the dreadful anti-masturbation campaign led by doctors, beginning with Tissot, since the middle of the 18th century.
Urogenital Infections published 2010: 1st Edition
Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are among the most prevalent infectious diseases with
a substantial financial burden on society. Unfortunately, there are no good data concerning the prevalence of various types of UTIs and their impact on the quality of life
of the affected population in Europe.
Testicular Cancer published 2009: 1st Edition
Testicular cancer affects a younger group of men than any other adult urological cancer. Despite the huge advances in management over the last 30 years, it is still a devastating diagnosis for the young man discovered to have a malignant testicular mass. The book deals with the changing prevalence of this form of cancer, brings us up to date on its pathogenesis, and tackles the continued controversies on its management, include the extent of surgery.
Penile Cancer published 2009: 1st Edition
In the majority of developed countries, cancer of the penis is an uncommon disease, but it is a significant health and social problem in regions of Africa, Asia, and South America. Squamous cell carcinoma, the most frequent penile cancer, is a malignancy where the behavior is commonly predictable and cure, in initial stages, may be achieved in many instances by partial or total penectomy.
Stone Disease published 2008: 1st Edition
The goal of the Second International Consultation on stone disease was to bring together global leaders in urolithiasis each of whom, were tasked to examine in detail different aspects of stone disease. This included a wide range of areas from epidemiology and economics, lithotripsy technology, methods of management for ureteral and renal stones, to the latest state-of-the-art in diagnosis and medical strategies for urolithiasis.
Male Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction 2006 Edition
The 6th meeting brought us not only an updated present knowledge for the community, but focused on evidence based facts and widely accepted recommendations with a model to define standards for clinical research in the future. In short, a product that can serve as a reference and guide in the different aspects of Prostatic diseases treatment prepared by a 150 member multidisciplinary and international team.
Prostate Cancer 2006 Edition
These proceedings represent the consensual text and recommendation of the 16 committees that met in Paris at the occasion of the 6th International Consultation on New developments in Prostate Cancer and Prostate Diseases June 24-27, 2005.
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