Diagnostic Procedures: Diagnostic Procedures Excluding MRI, Nuclear Medicine and Video-Urodynamics.- MRUrography in Children.- Nuclear Medicine.- Video-Urodynamics .- Urinary Tract Embryology, Anatomy and Anatomical Variants.- Genetics in Nephrourology.- Anomalies of Kidney Rotation, Position and Fusion.- Abnormalities of Renal Pelvis and Ureter.- Abnormalities of the Lower Urinary Tract and Urachus.- Lower Urinary Tract Anomalies of Urogenital Sinus and Female Genital Anomalies.- Urinary Tract Problems Associated with Imperforate Anus.- Epispadia - Extrophy Complex.- Renal Agenesis, Dysplasia, Hypoplasia and Cystic Diseases of the Kidney.- Vesicoureteric Reflux.- Upper Urinary Tract Dilatation in Newborns and Infants.- The Postnatal Work-up of Congenital Uronephropathies.- Nonneurogenic Bladder-Sphincter Dysfunction ('Voidig Dysfunction').- Urinary Tract Infection.- Neurogenic Bladder in Infants and Children (Neurogenic Bladder-Sphincter Dysfunction).- Prune Belly Syndrome.- Postoperative Imaging and Findings.- Renal Parenchymal Diseases.- Urolithiasis and Nephrocalcinosis.- Renal Failure and Renal Transplantation.- Renalvascular Hypertension.- The Newborn with Oligoanuria.- Renal Neoplasms .-Urinary Tract Trauma.- Pediatric Genitourinary Intervention .- Clinical Management of Common Nephrourologic Disorders ('Guidelines and Beyond').- Normal Values.- Gadolinium and Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis.- Subject Index.- List of Contributors.
Richard Fotter, MD, Chairman and Professor, Department of Radiology, Head of Division of Pediatric Radiology, University Hospital, Medical University Graz
From the reviews of the second edition: "This second edition of Pediatric Uroradiology ... updates all 29 chapters for technical and theoretical changes in paediatric uroradiology that have occurred over the last few years. ... this is an important and useful text. ... I believe this edition will become and important reference text for paediatric and adult radiologists, general paediatric practitioners, paediatric surgeons, urologists and paediatric nephrologists and will hopefully reach the largest possible circulation." (Giampiero Beluffi, La Radioogia Medica, Vol. 114, March, 2009) "Pediatric Uroradiology more than meets the goals set by its authors who are internationally renowned in the field. Although this book is primarily intended for pediatric radiologists, it will serve as an excellent reference for general pediatricians specialists in the field of pediatric uroradiology, and those who are new to the field. The chapters are well organized ... . The illustrations figures, and tables are of high quality and enhance the text. ... serve as a reference tool for new trainees in pediatric imaging." (Susie Muir, Radiology, Vol. 255 (2), May, 2010)