Hereditary Colorectal Cancer: Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium on Colorectal Cancer (ISCC-4), November 9-11, 1989, Kobe, Japan
Joji Utsunomiya, Henry T. Lynch
Springer-Verlag, Jan 1, 1990 - Medical - 575 pages
This book provides comprehensive and multidisciplinary coverage of colorectal cancer genetics. It captures the active thinking of many of the most noteworthy investigators on this subject, with more than 70 contributors presenting research from around the world. The topics include genetic heterogeneity, pathology, hereditary colorectal cancer syndrome classification, biomarker research, screening strategies, and the registration of cancer-prone families. This is a timely publication which provides an eclectic approach to the entire field of colorectal cancer genetics.
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The Concept of Hereditary Colorectal Cancer
Historical and Natural Cancer History Facets of the Lynch
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abnormalities activity adenocarcinoma adenomas adenomatous polyps allele allele loss analysis antigen APC gene associated biopsy Bodmer Bussey calcium cancer family syndrome Cancer Res carcinogenesis cell line cellular chemoprevention chromosome clinical colectomy colon cancer colon carcinoma colon tumors colonic mucosa colonoscopy colorectal cancer colorectal carcinomas crypt degree relatives deletion detected diagnosis diet dietary disease effect epithelial cell epithelium examination expression extracolonic familial adenomatous polyposis familial polyposis familial polyposis coli family history FAP patients fiber flat adenomas frequency Gardner's syndrome gastrointestinal high risk histological HNPCC human colorectal increased inherited intestinal juvenile polyposis kindreds labeling index lesions linkage Lipkin locus Lynch HT Lynch syndrome malignant markers molecular mucosa multiple mutations Nakamura neoplasia neoplastic observed oncogene Ornithine Decarboxylase patients with familial pedigree phenotype piroxicam polyamine proliferation ras gene rats rectal rectum reported screening sigmoidoscopy sporadic surveillance Table tissue treatment Utsunomiya Vogelstein