This book is an Atlas of normal and abnormal cystourethroscopic findings. Each chapter addresses common indications for cystourethroscopy and allows the reader to develop a differential diagnosis. The chapters are succinctly written, referenced and well illustrated with line diagrams. The appendices comprise over 100 color prints of normal and abnormal cystourethroscopic findings, providing a valuable resource for comparison of pathologies. Both gynecologists and urologists will find this Atlas to be a useful clinical tool.