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The Journal of Clinical Urology (JCU), formerly British Journal of Medical and Surgical Urology, is a clinically orientated journal of urology and is an official publication of the British Association of Urological Surgeons. To reflect recent major changes in the field of urology, in particular the increasing importance of non-surgical management, considerable input is expected from medical urology as well as from the more surgically focused aspects of the specialty.
The journal covers the whole scope of urology in five sections to align it with the BAUS specialist sections: oncology; endourology; female neurological and urodynamic urology; andrology and genito-urethral surgery; and academic/basic science. It publishes high-quality original audit and research, commissioned reviews, comment articles and relevant case reports, with the overall aim of being readable, educational and clinically relevant to everyday urological practice. The audience is primarily consultant and trainee urologists, but in the longer term it will attract specialists in fields allied to urology including uro-radiology, uro-oncology, genito-urinary medicine and nursing.