Synopsis of Gynecologic Oncology
The completely revised and updated 5th Edition brings you practical evidence- and outcome-based guidance for understanding, recognizing, and managing gynecologic neoplasms and related conditions. Includes the latest advances in chemotherapy, tumors of the lower genital tract, breast disease, current related statistics, and radiation therapy.
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Etiology and Detection of Gynecologic Cancer 1 Premalignant and Related Disorders of
Tumors of the Vulva
Tumors of the Vagina
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