Physicians are used to treating medical problems as they arise. Patients don't usually go to a doctor unless they are feeling ill. But with the biomedical technology breakthroughs of the last few decades, the future of medicine has become proactive, and preventive health care will take center stage. Screening techniques, and the recommendations based on their results, will play a vital role. While no picture can replace experience and no book can replace good training and constant practice, An Atlas of Sigmoidoscopy and Cystoscopy provides key information on screening techniques that can significantly ameliorate or prevent many conditions from becoming serious. It allows non-specialists to gain some initial knowledge about sigmoidoscopy and cystoscopy, helping them to make appropriate referrals and recommendations, and give more patients access to screening exams.The author has assembled information from diverse sources. The words and pictures complement each other, presenting the fundamentals of critically important procedures. From the preoperative consents and other paperwork to intraoperative findings, An Atlas of Sigmoidoscopy and Cystoscopy fills a significant void on your shelf and in this field.