This book is an academic and practical guide to the diagnostic methods and management strategies for both common and rare scrotal diseases. Chapters focus on the normal anthropometric measures of the scrotum as a unique organ and the latest relevant advancements in the field. Techniques including scrotal reconstruction for congenital abnormalities, trauma, and cancer-related extirpation are all covered. Critical tools and methods related to aesthetics are also detailed. Emphasis is also placed on identifying common pitfalls and how to avoid them, ensuring that the reader is fully equipped to deal with a range of scenarios.
Normal and Abnormal Scrotum describes how to approach diagnosing and managing the entire range of scrotal diseases, making it essential for all general practitioners, pediatricians, urologists, and pediatric and aesthetic surgeons who encounter these patients in their day-to-day practice.
• Covers how to ensure optimal aesthetic outcomes in challenging surgical scenarios
• Describes common pitfalls and ways to avoid them
• Provides instructional videos and useful illustrations