The minimally invasive techniques of lithotripsy and laparoscopy have eliminated many of the traumatic procedures of urology. However, reconstructive urology continues to involve major surgical procedures and remains the largest component of the discipline. Reconstructive urology is concerned with the correctioon of congenital defects and those caused by malignancy and trauma, as well as incontinence. Many of these conditions often require a considerable amount of surgery and a wide view of the genitourinary system which is only available through traditional surgery. This book is a reference of the work to date on reconstructive urology. It provides detailed coverage of every aspect of the field, from functional anatomy to surgical techniques.