Cancer of the Breast
William L. Donegan, John Stricklin Spratt
Saunders, Jan 1, 1988 - Breast - 796 pages
"Very readable, comprehensive and up-to-date throughout... A well written, well documented, comprehensive text of breast cancer care" (Annals of Surgery, review of previous edition). This trusted resource offers in-depth coverage of all aspects of breast cancer, from epidemiology and pathology through surgical and non-surgical management to psychological and legal issues. The meticulously updated and revised 5th Edition provides cutting-edge information on genetics, screening, mammography and sonography, lymphatic mapping and sentinel node biopsy, in situ carcinoma and early invasive carcinoma, biologic response modifiers, reconstruction, and much more!
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