Oxford Handbook of Oncology / Edition 1

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The new addition to the Oxford Handbook series, the Oxford Handbook of Oncology, will serve as a practical guide to clinical consultation in oncology, covering the scientific basis as well as diagnosis, investigation, management and palliative care issues in cancer. Key information is provided in an easy-to-use format and each section is designed to give the reader sufficient background, understanding vocabulary in the topic to allow further in-depth study. Diseases are dealt with systematically and the bulk of the text is dedicated to specific malignancies emphasizing the more common malignancies. This pocket handbook will appeal to medical staff (both junior and senior) in oncology/palliative care and related disciplines which have a significant amount of malignant disease.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780192630353
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
  • Publication date: 1/28/2002
  • Series: Oxford Handbooks Series
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 704
  • Product dimensions: 7.20 (w) x 4.00 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Meet the Author

University of Aberdeen

Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

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Table of Contents

Preface
List of contributors
Abbreviations
Pt. 1 Background
1 Multidisciplinary approach to cancer 2
2 Epidemiology of cancer 3
3 Biology of cancer 11
4 Pathology of cancer 37
5 Aetiology of cancer 49
6 Staging of cancer 63
Pt. 2 Principles of treatment
7 Surgical oncology 83
8 Principles of radiation oncology 93
9 Principles of chemotherapy 135
10 Hormone therapy 181
11 Immunotherapy of cancer 189
Pt. 3 Principles of prevention and care
12 Cancer prevention and screening 207
13 Clinical trials 221
14 Principles of palliative care 227
15 Psychosocial aspects of cancer 249
Pt. 4 Specific types of cancer
16 Thoracic cancer 261
17 Breast cancer 295
18 Colorectal cancer 323
19 Anal cancer 339
20 Upper gastrointestinal cancer 349
21 Endocrine cancers 375
22 Genitourinary cancers 389
23 Gynaecological cancer 417
24 Head and neck cancer 443
25 Tumours of the central nervous system 469
26 Skin cancer 481
27 Haematological malignancies 489
28 Bone and soft tissue malignancies 515
29 Cancer of unknown primary site 531
30 Paraneoplastic syndromes 543
31 AIDS-related malignances 559
Pt. 5 Emergencies in oncology
32 Spinal cord compression 573
33 Bone marrow suppression 583
34 Superior vena cava obstruction 591
35 Raised intracranial pressure 599
36 Stridor 605
37 Acute blood loss 611
38 Obstruction 619
39 Biochemical crises 625
Pt. 6 The way forward
40 Novel therapeutic strategies 637
41 Gene therapy for cancer 655
Pt. 7 Appendices
1 NCIC common toxicity criteria (CTC) grading system 667
2 Nomogram for determination of body surface area 681
Index 683
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