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Ninth edition
Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., 2015
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Tištěné vydání UICC manual of clinical oncology. Ninth edition. Chichester, West Sussex, UK ; Hoboken, NJ : John Wiley and Sons, Ltd., 2015 ISBN 9781444332445
Preceeded by UICC manual of clinical oncology / editor, Raphael E. Pollock. 8th ed. 2004
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Titlepage; Copyright; Dedication; Foreword; Preface; About the Editors; Contributors; PART 1: General principles of cancer diagnosis and management; Chapter 1: Cancer epidemiology; Introduction; Study designs in cancer epidemiology (Box 1.1 and Table 1.1); Global burden of cancer (Fig. 1.1); Risk factors for cancer (Table 1.2); Prevention and cancer control; Conclusion; Recommended reading; Chapter 2: Level of evidence, guidelines and standards; Introduction; Clinical practice guidelines; Clinical standards; Levels of evidence; Creating a high-quality CPG; Conclusions; Recommended reading
NotesChapter 3: Prognosis and classification of cancer; Introduction; Axes of classification and taxonomy; The prognostic factor landscape; Purpose of prognostic factor analysis; Methodological requirements; Taxonomy in prognostic factor discussion; Framework for classification of prognostic factors; Conclusion; Recommended reading; Chapter 4: Principles of cancer staging*; History of the TNM system; General rules of the TNM system; Anatomical regions and sites; TNM clinical classification; Sentinel lymph node; Isolated tumour cells; Histopathological grading
Residual tumour (R) classificationStage grouping; Prognostic grouping; Stage summary; Related classifications; Recommended reading; Chapter 5: Assessment of treatment outcome; Outcome reporting: General overview; Outcome reporting: Specific issues; Assessment of response: General considerations and overview; Assessment of response using anatomical methods; Assessment of response using biochemical markers; Assessment of response using methods for metabolic evaluation of tumours; Assessment of response using patient-reported outcomes; Recommended reading; Chapter 6: Cancer informatics
IntroductionInfrastructure and elements; Data models and interoperability; Informatics: From data to knowledge; Accessing health information; Future horizons; Summary; Recommended reading; Chapter 7: Imaging; General principles; Site-specific imaging studies; Recommended reading; Chapter 8: Pathology; Surgical pathology; Cytopathology; Diagnostic haematopathology; Molecular pathology; Conclusion; Recommended reading; Chapter 9: Principles of surgery; Introduction; Patterns of tumour spread; Resectability and operability; Incorporation of surgery intomultimodality treatment plans
Curative surgical therapy and treatment sequencingNon-curative surgery for cancer; Surgical complications; Quality of surgical care; Postoperative surveillance; New technologies; Recommended reading; Chapter 10: Principles of radiotherapy; Introduction: Radiation oncology and radiation biology in the global picture of oncology; Biological basis of radiation oncology; General principles of radiation oncology; Recommended reading; Chapter 11: Principles of systemic therapy; Types of anticancer drugs; Strategies of systemic cancer treatment
"Provides a concise, accessible and feasible reference to state of art multidisciplinary clinical oncology"--Provided by publisher.
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001479492
(OCoLC)910936389

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