From the Hippocratic Oath to the codes of ethics, rules of behavior for physicians have often evolved in reaction to medicine's most egregious practices. Skeletons in the Closet: Indignities and Injustices in Medicine, the 2012 exhibit presented by the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History (and supported by Allergan), explores the most controversial medical experiments of the man's past. This 140-page exhibit book features more than a dozen essays by urologists and medical historians from around the world. Visit the website of the William P. Didusch Center for Urologic History and learn more about the 2012 history exhibit.
This comprehensive, four-volume set includes the course handouts from the 2013 Annual Review Course. Led by the best in urologic academia, the AUA's popular Annual Review Course is an intense four-day course covering the subjects tested by the ABU. Content included covers Anatomy and Embryology, Pediatric Urology, and Urolithiasis, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia and Bladder Stone Disease, Renal Medicine, Renal and Ureteral Tumors, Urologic Trauma, Radiology Practice Test, ABU Process, Neurourology and Neurogenic Voiding Dysfunction, Urinary Tract Infection, and Adrenal, Laparoscopy, Urolithiasis, Prostate Cancer, Testicular Tumors, Bladder Cancer, Pathology Practice Test, Penile and Urethral Cancer, and Urologic Trauma and Infection and Inflammation, Infertility, and Erectile Dysfunction.