Urology Flashcards

Urology Flashcards

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The Urology Flashcards app has 1500+ flashcards on various topics in Urology.

This comprehensive set of flashcards will be constantly updated with up-to-date information in the field of Urology.

Some of the topics covered:

- Basic Urology
- Congenital
- Testicular
- Radiology
- Infections
- Infertility


About the authors:

1) Dr Ranjith Ramasamy is a resident in Urology at the New York-Presbyterian Hospital, Weill Cornell Medical College. He completed his undergraduate education at Rutgers University and went to UMDNJ-Robert Wood Johnson Medical School. He has an interest in male infertility and has published several manuscripts. He has a passion for teaching, cricket and was a former television news anchor.

2) Dr. George JS Kalligal is a staff Urologist at Martin Army Community Hospital. He completed a BS and MPH at the University of Michigan, and attended medical school at Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia. He completed Urology residency at Tripler Army Medical Center in Honolulu and awaits the start of his Urologic Oncology Fellowship in 2012. He enjoys surfing and golf, when weather permits.

Tags: urology flashcards, flashcards for andrology.

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Comments and ratings for Urology Flashcards
  • (74 stars)

    by manasaa srinivasan on 17/05/2014

    Very useful for preparations

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    by vishwanath hanchanale on 07/03/2014

  • (74 stars)

    by Abhay Singh on 24/02/2014

    If shuffle could be removed would be ideal as it makes it impossible to study while walking

  • (74 stars)

    by sibi chakravarthi on 15/12/2013

    Can you up update more questions

  • (74 stars)

    by Vijayendra Kanwar on 05/12/2013


  • (74 stars)

    by Milton Ma on 15/08/2013

    This app has a clean UI and very intuitive about urology topics. Highly recommended!

  • (74 stars)

    by Jason Scovell on 14/08/2013

    These urology flashcards are the best around. These are appropriate for both residents and medical students. They are both clinically relevant and complete. It must have for anyone interested in urology.