Head and Neck Cancer: A Multidisciplinary Approach

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Head and Neck Cancer is the first, truly multi-disciplinary book in this field. The focus is the 2-part approach that any physician treating these patients must follow: maximize the chance for a cure while maintaining a strong emphasis on quality of life. Although the overall incidence of head and neck cancer is not as great as breast or lung, it is a very devastating form of cancer which has tremendous implications not only on the overall health of the patient, but on his or ...

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Overview

Head and Neck Cancer is the first, truly multi-disciplinary book in this field. The focus is the 2-part approach that any physician treating these patients must follow: maximize the chance for a cure while maintaining a strong emphasis on quality of life. Although the overall incidence of head and neck cancer is not as great as breast or lung, it is a very devastating form of cancer which has tremendous implications not only on the overall health of the patient, but on his or her appearance and quality of life. 
The book is a comprehensive textbook that crossed all disciplines and represented a wide spectrum of specialists throughout the country, including surgical, radiation and medical oncologists, as well as dentists, pathologists, radiologists and nurses. The contributor list represents the highest level of multi-disciplinary talent in head and neck oncology in the country
 
Features:
 • True multidisciplinary approach to subject
 • Emphasis on “team approach” – resulting in a functional plan for what is best for the individual patient
 • Addresses every conceivable topic on the subject

 
New to this edition:
 • Completely new Imaging, with emphasis on imaging for diagnostics, image guided therapies, follow up imaging, and novel imaging approaches
 • Overall ~ 25% new illustrations
 • 8 new chapters ; 9 chapters with new authors
 • Less basic science and more clinical diagnostics and management
 • More color images to help with diagnostics and therapeutics
 • Re-organize Section 2 by having each anatomical site have ONE single chapter that merges surgery, radiation therapy and chemotherapy
 • Appropriate revisions to highlight new techniques, and new imaging

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451144871
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 9/3/2013
  • Edition description: Fourth, None
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 992
  • Product dimensions: 8.60 (w) x 11.00 (h) x 1.50 (d)

Table of Contents

SECTION 1 General Principles of Management of Head and Neck Cancer
1 General Principles of Head and Neck Pathology
Bruce M. Wenig and Jean-Marc Cohen
2 Clinical Evaluation of the Head and Neck Cancer Patient
Joshua D. Hornig, Barry T. Malin, and Brendan O’Connell
3 Prognostic Factors in Patients with Head and Neck Cancer
Sung Kim, Benjamin D. Smith, and Bruce G. Haffty
4 Radiologic Evaluation of the Head and Neck Cancer Patient
Jeffrey A. Bennett
5 Novel Radiation Therapy Techniques in the Management of Head and Neck Cancer
Avraham Eisbruch
6 New Approaches: Robotics and Endoscopic Head and Neck Surgery
F. Christopher Holsinger
7 Targeted Agents in Squamous Cell Carcinoma of the Head and Neck
Jonas A. de Souza, Ezra E. W. Cohen, and Everett E. Vokes
8 Multidisciplinary Reconstruction of the Head and Neck: General Principles
Mark L. Urken, Adam S. Jacobson, Daniel Buchbinder, Devin J. Okay, and Cathy L. Lazarus
9 Dental Oncology and Maxillofacial Prosthetics
Theresa M. Hofstede, Jack W. Martin, James C. Lemon, and Mark S. Chambers
10 Interdisciplinary Symptom Management
Diane Serra, Bridget Bennett, Elise Carper, Alice Fox, and Seth Resnick
11 Evaluation and Rehabilitation of Speech, Voice, and Swallowing Functions after Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer
Jan S. Lewin and Katherine A. Hutcheson
12 Human Papillomavirus–Associated Head and Neck Carcinoma
K. Kian Ang and Erich M. Sturgis
13 Chemoprevention
Pierre Saintigny, William N. William Jr., Waun Ki Hong, and Scott M. Lippman
 
Section 2 Site-Specific Principles of Managementof Head and Neck Cancer
14 Management of the Neck
14a General Principles and Management
Kenneth S. Hu, Adam Jacobson, Mark Persky, and Louis B. Harrison
14b Radiologic Imaging Considerations
Jeffrey A. Bennett
14c Surgical Technique
Akash Anand, M. Boyd Gillespie, and Terry A. Day
15 Metastatic Cancer to the Neck from an Unknown Primary Site
15a General Principles and Management
Steven S. Chang and Joseph A. Califano
15b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
15c Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
16 Cancer of the Oral Cavity
16a General Principles and Management
Wayne M. Koch, Edward Stafford, Christine Chung, and Harry Quon
16b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
16c Radiation Therapy Technique
Louis B. Harrison, Rudolph Woode, James Dolan, and Kenneth S. Hu
16d Surgical Technique
Charles S. Coffey and Terry A. Day
17 Cancer of the Oropharynx
17a General Principles and Management
Waleed F. Mourad, Kenneth S. Hu, Walter H. Choi, Bruce Culliney, Zujun Li, Adam S. Jacobson, and Louis B. Harrison
17b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
17c Radiation Therapy Technique
Louis B. Harrison, James E. Dolan, Rudolph Woode, and Kenneth S. Hu
17d Surgical Technique
Vikas Mehta and Robert L. Ferris
18 Cancer of the Larynx
18a General Principles and Management
William M. Mendenhall and John W. Werning
18b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
18c Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
18d Surgical Decision Making and Technique
F. Christopher Holsinger and Andrew J. McWhorter
19 Cancers of the Hypopharynx and Cervical Esophagus
19a General Principles and Management
Tim J. Kruser, Nitin A. Pagedar, Henry T. Hoffman, and Paul M. Harari
19b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
19c Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
19d Surgical Technique
Ramon M. Esclamado and Liana Puscas
20 Cancer of the Nasal Vestibule, Nasal Cavity, Paranasal Sinuses, Anterior Skull Base, and Orbit: Surgical Management
Abtin Tabaee and Mark S. Persky
21 Cancer of the Nasal Cavity and Paranasal Sinus: Radiation Therapy and Chemotherapy Management
21a General Principles and Management
Nancy Lee, Nadeem Riaz, and Allen M. Chen
21b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
21c Radiation Therapy Technique
Louis B. Harrison, James E. Dolan, Rudolph Woode, and Kenneth S. Hu
22 Cancer of the Nasopharynx
22a General Principles and Management
Kenneth S. Hu, Anthony T.C. Chan, Peter D. Constantino, and Louis B. Harrison
22b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
22c Radiation Therapy Technique
Kenneth S. Hu, Louis B. Harrison, James E. Dolan, and Rudolph Woode
22d Surgical Technique
William Ignace Wei and Jimmy Yue Wai Chan
23 Basal and Squamous Cell Skin Cancers
23a General Principles and Management
Louis B. Harrison, Par S. Mehta, Matthew Halpern, and Desiree Ratner
23b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
23c Radiation Therapy Technique
Louis B. Harrison, Rudolph Woode, James E. Dolan, and Waleed F. Mourad
23d Surgical Technique
Marc S. Zimbler
24 Melanoma of the Head and Neck
24a General Principles and Management
Michael E. Kupferman and Michael A. Davies
24b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
24c Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
25 Management of Salivary
Gland Tumors
25a General Principles and Management
Daniel G. Deschler, Kevin S. Emerick, Lori J. Wirth, and Paul M. Busse
25b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
25c Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
26 Primary and Recurrent Disease of the Lateral Skull Base
26a General Principles and Management
Esther X. Vivas, Andrew A. McCall, Paul A. Gardner, and Carl H. Snyderman
26b Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
27 Paragangliomas of the Head and Neck
27a General Principles and Management
Spiros Manolidis, Kenneth S. Hu, and Mark S. Persky
27b Radiation Therapy Technique
William M. Mendenhall
28 Cancer of the Thyroid and Parathyroid
28a General Principles and Management
Bruce J. Davidson, Kenneth A. Newkirk, and Kenneth D. Burman
28b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
28c Surgical Technique
James Kenneth Byrd, Samuel L. Oyer, and Eric J. Lentsch
29 Soft Tissue and Bone Sarcomas of the Head and Neck
29a General Principles and Management
Brian O’Sullivan, Abha A. Gupta, and Patrick Gullane
29b Radiologic Imaging Concerns
Jeffrey A. Bennett
30 Systemic Targeted Therapy for Recurrent and Metastatic Head and Neck Squamous Cell Cancer
Matthew G. Fury and David G. Pfister
 
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