Advanced Therapy of Breast Disease

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PMPH-USA, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 880 pages
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Advanced Therapy of Breast Disease, Second Edition, is designed to provide a concise, current, and comprehensive survey of advanced concepts in the management of both benign and malignant disease of the breast. It is not intended to be a comprehensive review, but rather a unique collection of expert opinions from nationally acclaimed authorities in the field. Where appropriate, controversial approaches are addressed, with opposing types of treatment presented by qualified advocates.
 

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Contents

INFECTIOUS DISORDERS OF THE BREAST
1
CONGENITAL AND ACQUIRED DISORDERS OF BREAST DEVELOPMENT AND GROWTH
13
ETIOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT OF BREAST PAIN
25
NIPPLE DISCHARGE AND DUCTAL SECRETIONS
37
GYNECOMASTIA
44
MANAGEMENT OF BENIGN BREAST LESIONS
50
EPIDEMIOLOGY OF BREAST CANCER
58
BREAST CANCER GENETIC SYNDROMES
75
ADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY
467
PREOPERATIVE SYSTEMIC THERAPY FOR BREAST CANCER
479
OCCULT MICROMETASTASIS IN BONE MARROW AND BLOOD
489
LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER
498
FEASIBILITY OF BREAST CONSERVATION SURGERY
509
SENTINEL NODE BIOPSY AFTER NEOADJUVANT CHEMOTHERAPY
521
CHEST WALL RECONSTRUCTION FOR MALIGNANCIES OF THE BREAST
529
ROLE OF RADIATION THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER
539

GENETIC COUNSELING AND SCREENING
84
QUANTITATIVE RISK ASSESSMENT
97
DUCTAL LAVAGE IN RISK REDUCTION
113
BREAST CANCER CHEMOPREVENTION
120
SURGICAL RISK REDUCTION PROPHYLACTIC MASTECTOMY AND PROPHYLACTIC BILATERAL SALPINGOOOPHORECTOMY
150
RECONSTRUCTION FOLLOWING PROPHYLACTIC MASTECTOMY
161
BREAST CANCER STAGING REVISIONS FOR THE SIXTH EDITION OF THE AMERICAN JOINT COMMITTEE ON CANCER STAGING MAN...
175
ADVANCES IN THERAPY PROGNOSTIC FACTORS IN BREAST CANCER
181
HISTOLOGIC GRADE AS A PROGNOSTIC FACTOR FOR BREAST CANCER
189
BREAST SELFEXAMINATION
193
SCREENING AND EARLY DETECTION
202
DIGITAL MAMMOGRAPHY
213
INTERVENTIONAL ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN THE DIAGNOSIS AND MANAGEMENT OF NONPALPABLE BREAST MASSES FROM BIOPS...
223
MAGNETIC RESONANCE IMAGING
236
DUCTOSCOPY
247
STEREOTACTIC BREAST BIOPSY
250
INDICATIONS AND TECHNIQUES FOR EXCISIONAL BREAST BIOPSY
258
CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF LOBULAR CARCINOMA IN SITU
269
DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN SITU PATHOLOGYITS ROLE IN GUIDING THERAPY
281
DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN SITU IMPORTANCE OF MARGINS
289
SENTINEL LYMPH NODE BIOPSY FOR DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN SITU
300
ROLE OF ADJUVANT ENDOCRINE THERAPY IN DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN SITU OF THE BREAST
305
ROLE OF RADIATION IN THE TREATMENT OF DUCTAL CARCINOMA IN SITU OF THE BREAST
314
ROLE OF MASTECTOMY AND BREAST RECONSTRUCTION
321
BREAST CONSERVATION THERAPY SELECTION CRITERIA
330
SURGICAL MARGIN EVALUATION IN PATIENTS TREATED WITH BREASTCONSERVING THERAPY
341
AXILLARY STAGING
349
SENTINEL LYMPH NODE BIOPSY IN BREAST CANCER THE MD ANDERSON CANCER CENTER APPROACH
361
ROLE OF RADIATION THERAPY IN STAGE I AND II BREAST CANCER
368
MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL RECURRENCE
379
RECONSTUCTIVE STRATEGIES IN BREAST CONSERVATION THERAPY
390
BREAST RECONSTRUCTION WITH IMPLANTS
397
AUTOGENOUS RECONSTRUCTION
413
BREAST RECONSTRUCTION AND RADIATION THERAPY
427
POSTMASTECTOMY RADIOTHERAPY IN OPERABLE BREAST CANCER
439
ADJUVANT HORMONAL THERAPY IN PREMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
451
ADJUVANT HORMONAL THERAPY FOR EARLY BREAST CANCER IN POSTMENOPAUSAL WOMEN
459
MULTIDISCIPLINARY THERAPY FOR LOCALLY ADVANCED BREAST CANCER WITH IPSILATERAL SUPRACLAVICULAR METASTASES
548
2FLUORO2DEOXYDGLUCOSE POSITRON EMISSION TOMOGRAPHY IN BREAST CANCER
551
CHEMOTHERAPY GUIDELINES FOR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
557
ENDOCRINE THERAPY FOR METASTATIC BREAST CANCER
567
MANAGEMENT OF OSSEOUS METASTASES AND IMPENDING PATHOLOGIC FRACTURES
579
MALIGNANT PLEURAL AND PERICARDIAL EFFUSIONS IN BREAST CANCER
594
MANAGEMENT OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM METASTASES IN BREAST CANCER
604
NEUROLOGIC COMPLICATIONS OF BREAST CANCER
610
SURGICAL MANAGEMENT OF LIVER METASTASES
618
BILATERAL BREAST CANCER
629
CANCER OF THE MALE BREAST
639
MANAGEMENT OF BREAST CANCER IN PREGNANCY
650
THE UNKNOWN PRIMARY TUMOR PRESENTING WITH AXILLARY LYMPHADENOPATHY
659
MANAGEMENT OF BREAST CANCER IN THE AUGMENTED BREAST
666
MANAGEMENT OF LOCAL RECURRENCE IN THE RECONSTRUCTED BREAST
672
LYMPHOMA OF THE BREAST
680
SARCOMA OF THE BREAST
687
PAGETS DISEASE
694
CYSTOSARCOMA PHYLLODES
700
TUBULAR MUCINOUS AND MEDULLARY CARCINOMA
705
BREAST CANCER IN MINORITY WOMEN
713
BREAST CANCER IN OLDER WOMEN
727
SURVEILLANCE OF THE EARLY BREAST CANCER PATIENT
743
HORMONE REPLACEMENT THERAPY AND THE RISK OF BREAST CANCER
747
PSYCHOSOCIAL CONSEQUENCES OF BREAST CANCER
752
PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTIONS
759
LYMPHEDEMA
772
PATIENTS PERSPECTIVE
781
REPRODUCTIVE ISSUES
790
MANAGEMENT OF MENOPAUSAL SYMPTOMS
799
ENDOFLIFE CONSIDERATIONS AND COMMUNICATION WITH BREAST CANCER PATIENTS
806
MEDICOLEGAL ASPECTS OF BREAST CANCER EVALUATION AND TREATMENT
819
TARGETED THERAPY FOR BREAST CANCER
830
PERCUTANEOUS MINIMALLY INVASIVE SURGICAL TECHNIQUES IN THE TREATMENT OF BREAST DISEASE
837
MOLECULAR PROFILING OF BREAST CANCER
845
OPTICAL TECHNOLOGIES FOR NONINVASIVE FUNCTIONAL AND MOLECULAR IMAGING
859
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