Textbook of Surgical Oncology

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Graeme J. Poston, Daniel Beauchamp, Theo Ruers
CRC Press, Nov 15, 2007 - Medical - 432 pages
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Surgery alone cures more than 60% of those patients whose cancer are amenable to curative treatment. Surgical oncology is not universally accepted as a unified discipline worldwide. There are many reasons for this situation, including the drive to anatomic site specialization, but also the need to provide comprehensive 'general' surgical provision to more isolated and rural communities.
Textbook of Surgical Oncology, written by a highly acclaimed list of international authors, comprehensively covers the role of the surgical oncologist in the management of patients with solid tumors. This book provides a state of the art review of cancer surgery for senior residents approaching certification at the completion of their training as well as providing an up to date reference work for established clinicians in their day to day practice, including those in general surgery, surgical oncology, urologists, gynecologists, thoracic, neurosurgical, radiation oncologist and medical oncologists.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1
1
Chapter 2
5
Chapter 3
11
Chapter 4
21
Chapter 5
33
Chapter 6
41
Chapter 7
49
Chapter 8
61
Chapter 20
239
Chapter 21
249
Chapter 22
259
Chapter 23
271
Chapter 24
287
Chapter 25
295
Chapter 26
303
Chapter 27
311

Chapter 9
77
Chapter 10
93
Chapter 11
105
Chapter 12
113
Chapter 13
127
Chapter 14
147
Chapter 15
157
Chapter 16
165
Chapter 17
189
Chapter 18
205
Chapter 19
217
Chapter 28
327
Chapter 29
339
Chapter 30
353
Chapter 31
363
Chapter 32
369
Chapter 33
379
Chapter 34
393
Index
411
Back Cover
431
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