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This text is a standard oncology text. It presents treatment by stage and strives to create a balanced approach by including a surgeon, medical oncologist and radiation oncologist as an author for each chapter. Information about the molecular biology of each cancer is also presented.
This handbook is written in outline form, covering each gynecologic disease site and includes diagnosis, workups, staging and treatment. Includes a nice chapter at the end which explains common biostatistical tests often included in clinical trials.
This book discusses the role of nuclear medicine in the diagnosis, staging, and treatment of patients with specific cancers. It presents the incidence, pathophysiologic and clinical & aspects of the disease, the use of nuclear imaging in diagnosis, staging requirements, management of specific tumors, and surveillance after primary treatment of cancers.