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ISBN 9780367360788
April 20, 2021 Forthcoming by CRC Press
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Book Description

Since its first edition, Men's Health has established itself as the essential reference for practitioners across the spectrum of medicine - including those working in urology, andrology, cardiology, endocrinology, family practice and mental health. For this fully updated fourth edition the editors have again assembled an international team of expert authors to write on an encyclopedic range of topics, making this an invaluable resource for any health professional interested in maintaining and improving the health of their male patients.

  • Comprehensive coverage of every aspect of men's health and the gender gap.
  • Includes the latest research on cardiovascular risks.
  • Assesses the specific issues concerning men and cancer.
  • Examines the often overlooked aspects of mental health as it affects men.
  • Incorporates new developments in metabolic medicine and men.

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

Section 1: Men, Male Cancers and Urological Issues

Section editor: Roger Kirby

  1. Global men’s health issues
  2. Alan White

  3. The urologist and gender inequality in life expectancy
  4. Tharu Tharakan, Channa Jayasena, Suks Minhas

  5. Ignorance and uncertainty regarding cancer in Men
  6. Clare Moynihan and Rob Huddart

  7. Prostate Cancer
  8. Roger Kirby

  9. Testicular Cancer
  10. Tom Stonier and Alberto Coscione

  11. Bladder Cancer
  12. Yasin Bhanji, Max Kates, and Trinity J. Bivalacqua

  13. Colorectal Cancer
  14. John Northover and Elaine Burns

  15. Cutaneous melanoma
  16. Daniel Westaby, Hala Aziz, Andrew Furness and James Larkin

  17. Lung Cancer and smoking
  18. Sam Janes and Mamta Ruparel

  19. Hepato-biliary and Pancreas Cancer
  20. Charlie Imber and Dimitri Raptis

  21. Renal cancer
  22. Ben Challacombe and Anna Walsh

  23. Overactive bladder
  24. Heléna Gresty and Jeremy Ockrim

  25. Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia
  26. Tom McNicholas

  27. Prostatitis
  28. Chris Doiron and J. Curtis Nickel

    Section 2: Cardiovascular Risk Reduction

    Section Editor: Michael G Kirby

  29. Hypertension
  30. Michael G Kirby

  31. Heart Failure
  32. Martin Cowie and Arvind Singhal

  33. Lipid lowering therapy
  34. Mike Kirby

  35. Cardiovascular screening for Athletes
  36. Raghav Bhatia, Sarandeep Marwaha, and Sanjay Sharma

  37. Obesity, the metabolic syndrome and men’s health
  38. David Haslam

  39. Myocardial ischaemia and angina
  40. Diana Gorog and Ying Gue

  41. Sexual Health Conversations With Men
  42. Anand Patel

    Section 3: Sexual Health

    Section Editor: Culley Carson III

  43. Diagnosis and management of ejaculatory disorders
  44. Mike Wyllie

  45. Diagnosis and Treatment of Male Infertility
  46. Marc Lucky and Abigail Kwok

  47. Hypogonadism
  48. Maria Satchi and Roland Rees

  49. Peyronie’s Disease
  50. Culley C. Carson III

  51. Surgical Management of Erectile Dysfunction
  52. Culley C. Carson III

  53. Hypospadias
  54. Christopher Woodhouse

  55. Sexually transmitted infection
  56. Hannah Warren

  57. Circumcision
  58. Hugh Whitfield and Angus Whitfield

  59. Genital Piercing
  60. William R Anderson, Simon AV Holmes

  61. Transgender issues
  62. Morley, I. Rashid T, and Morley, R

  63. What I have learnt working in a gender clinic
  64. Jonny Coxon and Leighten Seal

  65. PDE51s
  66. Geoff Hackett

  67. Risk taking behaviour and STIs
  68. Shalini Andrews

  69. Top tips on coping with vaginal dryness for the man
  70. David Edwards

  71. Genital Dermatoses
  72. Mike Dinneen, Chris Bunker, and Eoin Dinneen

    Section 4: Mental Health

    Section Editor: Alan White

  73. Men and Mental Health
  74. Alan Pringle and Mark Pearson

  75. Combat stress and the mental health of veterans
  76. Walter Busuttil

  77. Men and suicide
  78. Alan White and Catherine Ward

  79. Male Body Image
  80. Glen Jankowski

  81. Autistic Spectrum disorders
  82. Tony Attwood

    Section 5: Other Health Issues

    Section Editor: Alan White

  83. Diabetes and Men’s Health
  84. Kate Millar and Michael Cummings

  85. Oesophagitis and peptic ulcer disease
  86. Phil Woodland and Benjamin Charles Norton

  87. Alcohol, addictions and liver disease
  88. Ian Gilmore and William Gilmore

  89. Body building and steroids
  90. Patricia Schartau and Kam Mann

  91. Back Pain
  92. Keith Bush and John Tanner

  93. Spinal cord injuries
  94. John Reynard

  95. Dupuytren’s Contracture in Men
  96. Christopher Roland-Payne and Ivan Bogdanov

    Section 6: Wider Determinants

    Section Editor: Alan White

  97. Men's health policy developments across the world
  98. Peter Baker

  99. History of Men's Health
  100. Jonathan Goddard

  101. The Health of Gay Men
  102. Justin Varney

  103. Race in men's health
  104. Derek Griffith

  105. Men and help seeking
  106. Alan White

  107. Men at Work
  108. Steve Boorman

  109. Men’s Health and the primary care physician

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Editor(s)

Biography

Roger Kirby MA MD FRCS(Urol) FEBU is Professor of Urology, Consultant Urologist and Medical Director of the Prostate Centre, London. he has performed over 2000 radical prostatectomy operations, written over 60 books and published more than 300 scientific papers. He is founder and current editor of the journal Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Diseases and editor of the Trends in Urology and Men's Health. Culley C. Carson III MD is the Rhodes Distinguished Professor in the UNC Department of Urology, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, NC. Dr. Carson specializes in the area of men's health, including the treatment of Peyronie's disease and erectile dysfunction. His research is also focused in the area of men’s health, including erectile dysfunction, peyronie’s disease, and penile prostheses. He has published more than 200 peer review publications and edited several textbooks. Professor Alan White BSc RGN MSc PhD, a Registered Nurse, is the Founder and Co-director of the Centre for Men’s Health at Leeds Beckett University and Chair of the Board of Trustees for the Men’s Health Forum (England & Wales). He has recently headed up an international team of academics for ‘The State of Men’s Health in Europe Report’ for the European Commission. Michael Kirby MBBS LRCP MRCS FRCP is Visiting Professor to the Faculty of Health and Human Sciences, consultant to the Centre for Research In Primary And Community Care (CRIPACC) at the University of Hertfordshire and to the Institute of Diabetes in Older People (IDOP) at the University of Bedfordshire. His clinical work is now at the Prostate Centre in London, where he deals with cardiovascular, metabolic, urologic and endocrine problems. He has published more than 400 clinical papers and 30 books.