Imaging In Oncology 2 Volume Set 2/e
Edited by: Janet E. S. Husband, Rodney H. Reznek
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Pub Date: 15 APR 2004
Type: Hardback Book
In recent years there has been recognition of the central role of imaging in the management of patients with cancer. The second edition of this widely acclaimed book builds on the foundations laid down by the first edition, the 1998 winner of the Royal Society's award for the Multi-author Textbook of the Year. The core of Imaging in Oncology, Second Edition deals with the application of imaging in all tumours. An extensively referenced, evidence-based analysis is given of the role of imaging in planning treatment. Experienced opinion is provided as to the advantages and limitations of all relevant imaging modalities including ultrasound, CT, MRI, PET/CT and other nuclear medicine techniques.
Part I: General Principles 1. An Overview of Imaging in Oncology 2. Trends in Cancer Incidence, Survival and Mortality 3. Staging of Cancer 4. Part 1: Multidisciplinary Treatment of Cancer: Part 2: Chemotherapy Part 3: Radiotherapy 5. Assessment of Response to Treatment 6. Second Malignancies Part II: Primary Tumour Evaluation and Staging 7. Lung Cancer 8. Mediastinal Tumours 9. Pleural Tumours 10. Oesophageal Cancer 11. Gastric Cancer 12. Colorectal Cancer 13. Primary Tumours of the Liver and Biliary Tract 14. Renal Tumours 15. Primary Adrenal Malignancy 16. Pancreatic Malignancy 17. Bladder Cancer 18. Prostate Cancer 19. Testicular Germ Cell Tumours 20. Ovarian Cancer 21. Uterine and Cervical Tumours 22. Primary Retroperitoneal Tumours 23. Primary Bone Tumours 24. Soft Tissue Sarcomas 25. Breast Cancer 26. Paranasal Sinus Neoplasms 27. Tumours of the Pharynx, Tongue and Mouth 28. Laryngeal Tumours 29. Thyroid Cancer 30. Primary Tumours of the Central Nervous System 31. Neuroendocrine Tumours Part III: Haematological