By Robert Souhami, Jeffrey Tobias(auth.)
highly acclaimed finished and functional textual content protecting the rules and perform of the administration of cancer
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- Includes up to date info at the most up-to-date thoughts and treatments available
- Comprehensive and useful reference resource of either universal and rarer types of cancer
- Highlights common dilemmas and problems encountered in the course of melanoma management
- Covers arguable themes together with screening, genetic trying out, prevention and AIDS-related cancers
- Provides the reader with basic wisdom approximately oncogenes, epidemiology and staging, via to simple activities of other remedy modalities
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Chapter 1 the fashionable administration of melanoma: An Introductory notice (pages 1–5):
Chapter 2 Epidemiology, medication, remedy Trials and Screening (pages 6–22):
Chapter three Biology of melanoma (pages 23–41):
Chapter four Staging of Tumours (pages 42–56):
Chapter five Radiotherapy (pages 57–75):
Chapter 6 Systemic remedy for melanoma (pages 76–107):
Chapter 7 Supportive Care and Symptom aid (pages 108–122):
Chapter eight scientific difficulties and Radiotherapy Emergencies (pages 123–139):
Chapter nine Paraneoplastic Syndromes (pages 140–149):
Chapter 10 melanoma of the top and Neck (pages 150–173):
Chapter eleven mind and Spinal wire (pages 174–194):
Chapter 12 Tumours of the Lung and Mediastinum (pages 195–215):
Chapter thirteen Breast melanoma (pages 216–235):
Chapter 14 melanoma of the Oesophagus and belly (pages 236–252):
Chapter 15 melanoma of the Liver, Biliary Tract and Pancreas (pages 253–269):
Chapter sixteen Tumours of the Small and massive Bowel (pages 270–282):
Chapter 17 Gynaecological melanoma (pages 283–308):
Chapter 18 Genitourinary melanoma (pages 309–334):
Chapter 19 Testicular melanoma (pages 335–349):
Chapter 20 Thyroid and Adrenal melanoma (pages 350–363):
Chapter 21 melanoma from an Unknown fundamental web site (pages 364–368):
Chapter 22 pores and skin melanoma (pages 369–385):
Chapter 23 Bone and Soft?Tissue Sarcomas (pages 386–404):
Chapter 24 Paediatric Malignancies (pages 405–425):
Chapter 25 Hodgkin's ailment (pages 426–442):
Chapter 26 Non?Hodgkin's Lymphomas (pages 443–468):
Chapter 27 Myeloma and different Paraproteinaemias (pages 469–481):
Chapter 28 Leukaemia (pages 482–498):
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