Volume nine in this ten volume series critically reviews approaches towards cancer management in man at the levels of: detection, diagnosis, surgery, radiology, chronobiology and endocrine treatment. See following entry. Annotation copyright Book News, Inc. Portland, Or.
1. Selected diagnostic methods.- 2. Breast cancer diagnostic imaging.- 3. Stagnation of the treatment quota for certain neoplasms: A. Critical evaluation of contemporary anticancer methods.- 4. Stagnation of the treatment quota for certain neoplasms: B. Change in cancer treatment suggested by the analysis of metastatic growth.- 5. Neoplasm staging.- 6. From marker bioperiodicities, over marker rhythms, toward human cancer chronotherapy.- 7. Mammography.- 8. Thermography instead of mammography?.- 9. The chronobiologic pilot study with special reference to cancer research: Is chronobiology or, rather, its neglect wasteful?.- 10. Morphometry in cancer diagnostics.- 11. Principles and practice of surgical oncology: The influence of present day concepts of tumor biology.- 12. Radiation oncology.- 13. Hypoxic cell radiosensitizers.- 14. Heavy charged particles in cancer treatment.- 15. Intraoperative radiotherapy.- 16. Oxygen multistep immunostimulation as a simple process against cancer metastasis.- 17. Cancer multistep therapy: Principles and state of the art.- 18. Photosensitizers as diagnostic and therapeutic tools in oncology.- 19. Chronobiology, radiobiology and steps toward the timing of cancer radiotherapy.- 20. Endocrine therapy of breast cancer.- 21. Selected aspects of biological cancer therapy.- 22. Immunotherapy.- Index of subjects.
Series: Cancer Growth and Progression
Number Of Pages: 296
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.8
Weight (kg): 0.77