1. Flank Pain/Renal Colic.- 2. Lower Abdominal Pain/Suprapubic Pain.- 3. Swollen and/or Painful Groin.- 4. Swollen and/or Painful Scrotum.- 5. Empty Scrotum.- 6. Priapism.-7. Swollen Penis.- 8. Penile Ulcer and Balanitis.- 9. Gross (Visible) Haematuria.- 10. Urethral Bleeding.- 11. Hemospermia.- 12. Genitourinary Fever in Adults.- 13. Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms.- 14. Male Dysuria/Prostate Pain.- 15. Female Dysuria/Urinary Tract Infection.- 16. Oliguria.- 17. Erectile Dysfunction.- 18. Male Factor Infertility.- 19. Female Urinary Incontinence.- 20. Male Urinary Incontinence. 21. Enlarged Prostate (On Digital Rectal Examination or Ultrasound).- 22. Renal Stone on USS/X-ray.- 23. Renal Mass.- 24. Raised Prostate-Specific Antigen.- 25. Raised Serum Creatinine/Reduced Estimated Glomerular Filtrate.- 26. Microscopic (Non-Visible) Haematuria.- 27. How to Interpret Findings of a Urine Cytology Test.- 28. Leukocytes in the Urine.- 29. Bacteria in the Urine.- 30. How to Interpret the Results of an MSU Culture Test.
From the book reviews: Selected as "Highly Commended" at BMA Medical Book Awards for 2014. "`I would highly recommend this as a starter or reference text for the target audience. It has comprehensive chapter headings and succinct, yet comprehensive, text. It is very well-written-with clear information in a logical, easily followed sequence. ... This is a compact, yet exhaustive book. It is very well-laid-out and written - an ideal starter or reference text for primary care/general physicians and urology trainees.'" (BMA Medical Book Awards, September, 2014) "Editors Gontero, Kirby and Carson and 35 contributors aimed to address clinical problems in an original way, examined symptoms reported by patients, the clinical or investigational findings and laboratory abnormalities. ... this textbook collected practical information and presented many decisional trees and tables which summarise the essential knowledge in various fields of urology. It will be an excellent and very useful purchase for GP and urologists." (European Urology Today, February-March, 2014) "The aim is to provide solutions and work-up guidelines for primary care providers in order to streamline their efforts and illuminate when urologic consultation is appropriate. The book meets its objective, providing a primer for those on the front lines of medicine. The audience includes any primary care providers -- physicians, nurse practitioners, or physician assistants. Medical students and interns also may benefit from this book as a quick management guide to urologic problems. ... a worthwhile addition to the primary care provider's library." (Deborah Tova Glassman, Doody's Book Reviews, August, 2013)