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• Section 1
1.1: Pathogenesis of urinary tract infection,
1.2: Antimicrobial agents,
1.3: Hospital acquired urinary tract infection,
1.4: Cystitis/pyelonephritis,
1.5: Renal and retroperitoneal abscess,
1.6: Tuberculosis and parasitic infestations involving the urogenital system,
1.7: Inflammation: Prostatitis syndrome,
1.8: Inflammation: Epididymitis and scrotal abscess,
1.9: Fournier's,
1.1: Sexually transmitted diseases,
1.11: Painful bladder syndrome/Interstitial cystitis,
• Section 2
2.1: Epidemiology of stone disease,
2.2: Kidney stones: types and predisposing factorsa,
2.3: Evaluation of stone former,
2.4: Prevention of calcium oxalate stone formation,
2.5: Prevention of other non-calcium stones,
2.6: Stone fragmentation techniques: Extracorporal shock wave lithotripsy,
2.7: Intracorporeal techniques of stone fragmentation,
2.8: Kidney stones: presentation and diagnosis,
2.9: Watchful waiting for stone disease,
2.10: Retrograde intrarenal surgery: Flexible ureterorenoscopy,
2.11: Kidney stone treatment: Percutaneous nephrolithotomy (PCNL),
2.12: Open stone surgery for kidney stones,
2.13: Medical therapy (dissolution therapy),
2.14: Ureteric stones: Presentation and diagnosis,
2.15: Ureteric stones: Acute management,
2.16: Ureteral stones: Indications for intervention,
2.17: Surgical treatment options for ureteric stones: Techniques and complications,
2.18: Management of ureteric stones in pregnancy,
2.19: Bladder stones,
2.2: Upper urinary tract obstruction,
2.21: The principles of endourology,
2.22: Principles of laparoscopic and robotic urological surgery,
• Section 3
3.1: Anatomy, neurophysiology and pharmacological control mechanisms of the bladder,
3.2: Urodynamics,
3.3: Urinary incontinence principles,
3.4: Assessment of urinary incontinence,
3.5: Stress urinary incontinence,
3.6: Pelvic organ prolapse,
3.7: Urgency incontinence and OAB,
3.8: Urinary fistula,
3.9: Urethral diverticula,
3.1: Faecal incontinence,
3.11: Urinary retention in women,
3.12: Spinal cord injury,
3.13: Non-traumatic neurourology,
• Section 4
4.1: Principles of reconstructive urology,
4.2: Upper urinary tract reconstruction,
4.3: Lower urinary tract reconstruction,
4.4: Urethral strictures,
4.5: Upper urinary tract trauma,
4.6: Lower urinary tract trauma,
4.7: Genital trauma,
4.8: General principles of trauma,
• Section 5
5.1: Bladder outflow obstruction,
5.2: Retention in men,
5.3: Benign prostatic hyperplasia,
• Section 6
6.1: Epidemiology of prostate cancer,
6.2: Molecular biology of prostate cancer,
6.3: Prostate Cancer: Pathology,
6.4: Prostate-Specific Antigen and Biomarkers for Prostate Cancer,
6.5: Screening for prostate cancer,
6.6: Clinical features, assessment and imaging of prostate cancer,
6.7: Prostate cancer: treatment of localised disease,
6.8: Focal therapy for prostate cancer,
6.9: High risk prostate cancer,
6.1: Technology and prostatectomy,
6.11: Metastatic disease in prostate cancer,
6.12: Novel therapies and emerging strategies for the treatment of patients with castration-resistant prostate cancer (CRPC),
6.13: Bladder and upper urinary tract cancer,
6.14: Molecular biology of bladder cancer,
6.15: Pathology of bladder and upper urinary tract tumours,
6.16: Screening for bladder cancer,
6.17: General overview of bladder cancer,
6.18: The investigation of haematuria,
6.19: Low and intermediate risk non-muscle invasive bladder cancer,
6.2: Bladder cancer: high-grade non-muscle invasive disease,
6.21: Muscle invasive bladder cancer (pT2-4),
6.22: Chemotherapy in the treatment of invasive and metastatic bladder cancer,
6.23: Squamous cell bladder cancer,
6.24: Adenocarcinoma of the bladder,
6.25: Urothelial carcinomas of the upper urinary tract,
6.26: The aetiology, epidemiology, clinical features and investigation of kidney cancer,
6.27: Genetics and molecular biology of renal cancer,
6.28: Pathology of renal cancer and other tumours affecting the kidney,
6.29: Treatment of localized renal cell cancer,
6.3: Ablative technologies for renal cancer,
6.31: Kidney cancer: Treatment of locally advanced and low volume metastatic disease,
6.32: Treatment of metastatic renal cancer,
6.33: Testicular cancer,
6.34: Pathology of testicular tumours,
6.35: Testis cancer,
6.36: Penile cancer,
6.37: Adrenocortical cancer,
6.38: Treatment of adrenal tumours,
• Section 7
7.1: Infertility: Assessment,
7.2: Surgical treatment of male infertility,
7.3: Sperm retrieval,
7.4: Vasectomy,
7.5: The management of fertility in spinal cord injury,
7.6: Mechanism of penile erection,
7.7: Pathophysiology and assessment,
7.8: Medical therapy,
7.9: Surgical therapy,
7.1: Ejaculatory disorders,
7.11: Priapism,
7.12: The ageing male,
7.13: Peyronie s Disease, congenital curvature, and chordee: Epidemiology, pathophysiology, evaluation, and treatment,
7.14: Male genital injury,
7.15: Scrotal swelling,
7.16: Penile reconstruction,
7.17: Penile augmentation,
• Section 8
8.1: Prenatal diagnosis and perinatal urology,
8.2: Urinary tract infection in children,
8.3: Vesico ureteric reflux,
8.4: Disorders of the kidney and upper urinary tract in children,
8.5: Disorders of the urethra,
8.6: Neuropathic bladder and anorectal anomalies,
8.7: Urinary incontinence and bladder dysfunction,
8.8: Abnormalities of the bladder,
8.9: Hypospadias,
8.1: Disorders of the prepuce,
8.11: Undescended testis and inguino-scrotal conditions in children,
8.12: Disorders of sex development,
8.13: Urological malignancies in children,
• Section 9
9.1: Renal function,
9.2: Acute kidney injury,
9.3: Chronic kidney disease and dialysis,
9.4: Obstructive uropathy,
9.5: Kidney transplantation,
• Section 10
10.1: Ionising radiation and radiation protection,
10.2: Ultrasound,
10.3: CT,
10.4: Magnetic resonance imaging in urology,
10.5: Interventional radiology,
10.6: Radioisotopes in urology,

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• Professor Freddie Hamdy joined Oxford in October 2008. Professor Hamdy is Head of the Nuffield Department of Surgery, Nuffield Professor of Surgery, Professor of Urology and Honorary Consultant Urological Surgeon at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals as well as Fellow of Balliol College. He has spent the past 10 years as founding Chair of Urology and was Director of the Division of Clinical Sciences, then Head of Oncology at the University of Sheffield. Professor Hamdy has authored over 200 peer-reviewed articles, and raised to date over £40m in peer-reviewed grants. He is a member of the British Association of Urological Surgeons, British Medical Association, European Association of Urology, American Urological Association, Association of Academic European Urologists and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Urologie (German Urological Society).
• Mr Ian Eardley trained in Urology in London, Cambridge and Norwich and has been a Consultant in Urology at St James University Hospital, Leeds since 1993. Mr Eardley has written or co-authored seven urological textbooks and published over 200 chapters and scientific papers. He was Treasurer, then President of the European Society for Sexual Medicine, and is an Associate Editor of the Journal of Sexual Medicine. His research interests relate to sexual dysfunction, penile cancer and urinary tract infection. He was the Director of the Office of Education for the British Association of Urologists between 2002 and 2006, Chairman of the Specialty Advisory Committee in Urology between 2007 and 2009 and Surgical Director of the Intercollegiate Surgical Curriculum Programme between 2009 and 2011. Mr Eardley is the current Chairman of the Joint Committee for Surgical Training.