Family Medicine pp 1075-1089 | Cite as

Urology

  • Richard Faust Qualliotine

Abstract

Problems of the genitourinary tract include congenital abnormalities, infection, trauma, and neoplasms—all commonly encountered in family practice. Successful management necessitates that the family physician exhibit competence in behavior, concepts, and skills with appropriate consultation or referral when necessary.

Keywords

Family Physician Transitional Cell Carcinoma Testicular Tumor Chronic Prostatitis Undescended Testis 
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