ABC of Breast Diseases
J. Michael Dixon
Wiley, Feb 13, 2006 - Medical - 120 pages
Covers all the recent advances in screening, helping with the assessment of symptoms, prognosis and treatments of breast diseases
Breast diseases are becoming more and more common and health professionals in almost every field will probably come into contact with a patient who has a breast disorder. This third edition provides an account of the current knowledge on benign and malignant breast conditions and the treatment of them.
It covers all the recent advances in screening and adjuvant treatment, including the new aromatase inhibitor clinical trials and improvements in metastatic disease treatment. New chapters on prognosis and clinical trials have also been added.
Edited and written by experts in the field, this book appeals to a wide readership including general practitioners, practice nurses, breast care nurses, surgeons or oncologists in training, and medical students. It contains such a wealth of knowledge it will also be a valuable source of information for established breast surgeons and oncologists.
Helping to assist the assessment of symptoms, prognosis and treatments of breast diseases.
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