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This outstanding team from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center takes an evidence-based approach to lung cancer management and explains these advances in depth. Comprehensive treatment guidelines are provided, the third edition of Lung Cancer...
This outstanding team from the M.D. Anderson Cancer Center takes an evidence-based approach to lung cancer management and explains these advances in depth. Comprehensive treatment guidelines are provided, the third edition of Lung Cancer explores vital issues such as: Lung cancer susceptibility and risk assessment, The pathology and pathogenesis of peripheral lung adenocarcinoma including bronchioloalveolar carcinoma, Screening for early detection, Advances in molecular and genetic markers, The detection and treatment of pre-neoplastic lesions and screening for lung cancer, Novel therapies such as angiogenesis and multi-tyrosine kinase inhibitors. Lung Cancer is a concise summary of advances in lung cancer clinical research and treatment for the clinician and is an invaluable reference for respiratory physicians, medical oncologists, clinical and surgical oncologists.
The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some color illustrations.
The second edition of this book is a concise and timely summary of recent advances and new research in the field of lung cancer emphasizing the biology, diagnosis, and treatment. It studies the factors influencing predisposition and the development of preneoplastic lesions, chemoprevention strategies, surgical methods, and current and future advances in radiation therapy. Editors consist of a surgeon, radiation oncologist and medical oncologist with contributions from an international list of 30 leading experts. New chapters to this edition include: Markers of Susceptibility, Three-Dimensional Conformal Radiotherapy, and Immunologic Approaches. New chapter covering thoracoscopy and its role in procedure and treatment. "...an excellent overview of a wide range of new developments in the clinical management and basic science of lung cancer. It should be essential reading for all practicing specialists in this field..." Review of the first edition from Thoracic Society News.
|1||Markers of Susceptibility||1|
|2||Biology of Preneoplastic Lesions||25|
|3||Familial Predisposition To Lung Cancer||57|
|4||Preoperative Evaluation of the Patient with Lung Cancer||73|
|5||Lung-Sparing Operations for Cancer||87|
|6||Role of Thoracoscopy in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Lung Cancer||105|
|7||Surgery for Small-Cell Lung Cancer||115|
|8||Extended Resections for Lung Cancer||135|
|9||High-Dose-Rate Remote Afterloading Endobronchial Brachytherapy||163|
|10||Three-Dimensional Conformal Radiotherapy in Bronchogenic Carcinoma||181|
|11||Combinations of Radiation Therapy and Chemotherapy for NSCLC||195|
|12||Preoperative and Postoperative Adjunctive Therapy for Resectable NSCLC||207|
|13||New Chemotherapeutic Agents in NSCLC||217|
|15||Molecular Detection of Lung Cancer||253|
|17||Photodynamic Therapy and Thoracic Malignancies||287|
|18||Growth-Factor Receptors as a Target for Therapy||309|
|19||Immunologic and Biologic Approaches to Lung Cancer Therapy||343|
|20||Genetic Manipulations for the Treatment of Lung Cancer||369|
Posted May 17, 2014