Gynecologic Oncology: Clinical Practice and Surgical Atlas
- Author/s: Karlan, Beth Y.; Bristow, Robert E.; Li, Andrew John
- Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
- ISBN: 9780071749268
- Format: Hardback
- Pages: 800 pages
- Publication date: 1 August 2012
- Dimensions: 223mm (Width), 287mm (Height), 35mm (Spine width)
- Weight: 2279g
Offers an examination of basic gynecological oncology topics, including epidemiology, clinical trial design, biostatistics, genetics and biology of gynecologic cancers and diagnostic modalities. This title features coverage of disease sites, from cervical cancer and gestational trophoblastic disease to epithelial ovarian cancers and breast cancer.
Introducing the definitive gynecologic oncology reference and surgical atlas - in one essential text, "Gynecologic Oncology: Clinical Practice and Surgical Atlas" brings together a skill-sharpening reference and full-color atlas to deliver an unmatched introduction to the field. As the most comprehensive, evidence-based gynecologic oncology resource available, this all-in-one resource offers high-yield coverage of the discipline's underlying principles and proven management strategies. Each topic is written by experts and is presented in an easily accessible, consistent presentation that highlights clinical practice guidelines, along with the diagnosis and treatment of specific malignancies. This authoritative coverage is reinforced by the state-of-the-art surgical atlas, which offers a richly illustrated, overview of essential procedures designed to build your knowledge and confidence. This title features a consistent, streamlined presentation for each disease that consists of: Epidemiology, Pathology, Clinical Presentation, Diagnosis, Staging, Treatment, Survival, Key management strategies. It offers thorough examination of basic gynecological oncology topics, including epidemiology, clinical trial design, biostatistics, genetics and biology of gynecologic cancers, and diagnostic modalities. It is instructive; A-to-Z coverage of disease sites - from cervical cancer and gestational trophoblastic disease, to epithelial ovarian cancers and breast cancer and emphasizes evidence-based practice guidelines and critical supporting data. It offers in-depth, hands-on look at clinical management topics. It provides an up-to-date survey of perioperative and critical care; the principles of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and immunotherapies; and, quality of care and quality of life. It features full-color design filled with more than 600 figures, tables, algorithms, color photos, and illustrations. Key points helpfully review the main topics to be covered in specific chapters, while chapter conclusions offer convenient summaries of each chapter's core concepts. Chapter-ending references underscore the book's evidence-based approach.
Section 1: Epidemiology of Gynecologic Cancer, Biostatistics, Clinical Trial Design 1. Epidemiology of Gynecologic Cancer, Biostatistics, Clinical Trial Design 2. Genetics and Biology of Gynecologic Cancers 3. Diagnostic Modalities Section II: Disease Sites 4. Preinvasive Disease of Lower Genital Tract 5. Cervical Cancer 6. Endometrial Hyperplasia and Cancer 7. Uterine Sarcomas 8. Gestational Trophoblastic Disease 9. Vulvar Cancer 10. Vaginal Cancer 11. Management of the Adnexal Mass 12. High-Grade Serous Carcinomas of the Ovary, Fallopian Tube, and Peritoneum 13. Epithelial Ovarian Cancers: Low Malignant Potential and Non-Serous Ovarian Histologies 14. Germ Cell and Sex Cord-Stromal Ovarian Cancers: Part A: Germ Cell Tumors 14. Germ Cell and Sex Cord-Stromal Ovarian Cancers: Part B: Sex Cord-Stromal Tumors 15. Breast Cancer and Related Disease 16. Cancer in Pregnancy 17. Metastases to the Gynecologic Tract Section III:Clinical Management Topics 18. Perioperative and Critical Care (including nutritional support) 19. Principles of Radiation Therapy 20. Principles of Chemotherapy 21. Targeted Therapy and Immunotherapy 22. Integrative Oncology, Quality of Life, and Supportive Care 23. Surgical Instrumentation and Sutures Section IV: Surgical Atlas 24. Ovarian and Fallopian Tube Procedures 25. Uterine Procedures 26. Cervical Procedures 27. Vulvar and Vaginal Excisional Procedures 28. Lymphadenectomy 29. Staging Procedures 30. Cytoreductive Procedures 31. Minimally Invasive Surgery 32. Pelvic Exenteration 32 - Part A. Total pelvic exenteration 32 - Part B. Urinary Diversions 32 - Part C. Vaginal and Vulva Reconstruction 33. Ancillary procedures