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Metastasis-Dissemination : Cancer Growth and Progression - Elizier L. Gorelik

Metastasis-Dissemination

Cancer Growth and Progression

By: Elizier L. Gorelik (Editor)

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Published: 1988
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Following a review of general patterns of metastatic spread in man, metastasis to or progression of neoplasms in several organ systems are highlighted. Covers: the central nervous system; esophageal cancer; lung, large intestine, liver, bone, and epithelial neoplasms; endocrine cells; pigmented, sup

`All these articles make instructive reading, and so this volume, too, should find its place on the shelves of every oncologist. Content and outward presentation justify the price.' Pathologic Research and Practice 187, 1991

1. Overview of metastatic spreading.- 2. Pattern of metastasis.- 3. Metastasis to the central nervous system.- 4. Statistics in esophageal cancer progression in man.- 5. Metastatic disease to the lung in the human.- 6. Statistics on lung cancer progression in man.- 7. Progression of cancer of the large intestine.- 8. Liver metastases: Experimental and clinical considerations.- 9. Metastasis to bone in mammals.- 10. Acceleration of metastatic growth after surgical excision of the primary tumor in the experimental animals.- 11. Metastasis of epithelial neoplasms: Progression of neoplasms deriving from lining membranes - A review.- 12. Metastasis of epithelial neoplasms: Desmal epithelia (including vasoformative tissue), epithelia of synovial origin.- 13. Metastases of epithelial neoplasms - Progression of neoplasms deriving from glandular structures: Exocrine glands.- 14. Metastases of epithelial neoplasms: Progression of neoplasms deriving from glandular structures: Endocrine glands - A review.- 15. The normal and abnormal pulmonary neuro endocrine cells.- 16. Progression of neoplasms deriving from pigmented tissues.- 17. Neoplasms metastasis deriving from supporting tissues.- 18. Progression of malignant neoplasms originating directly in connective tissues as such - Mesenchyme, spinocellular, gelatinous, loose, and fibrous connective tissues).- 19. Progression of neoplasms deriving from muscle tissues.- 20. Progression of tumors of the neuronal series.- 21. Tumors of the meninges, neuroglia, choroid plexus and neurohumoral structures.- 22. Metastasis of teratomas.- 23. Psychological influences on metastatic disease progression.- Index of subjects.

ISBN: 9780898389975
ISBN-10: 0898389976
Series: Cancer Growth and Progression
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 308
Published: 1988
Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publishers
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 28.0 x 21.6  x 1.9
Weight (kg): 1.03