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Cancer in Children

Clinical Management. Ed.: International Union against Cancer
 Taschenbuch
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ISBN-13:
9780387072616
Einband:
Taschenbuch
Seiten:
320
Autor:
Harris J. G. Bloom
Gewicht:
558 g
Format:
244x170x mm
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

General Chapters.- 1. Aetiology and Epidemiology.- 2. Pathology.- 3. Surgery (General Principles).- 4. Radiation Therapy.- 5. Cancer Chemotherapy.- 6. Infections in Children with Malignant Disease.- 7. General Care.- 8. Clinical Presentation and Diagnosis.- 9. Facilities for Paediatric Cancer Cases and Children's Tumour Registration.- Special Chapters.- 10. Tumours of the Central Nervous System.- 11. a) Retinoblastoma.- b) Other Tumours of the Eye and Orbit.- 12. Tumours of the Sympathetic Nervous System.- 13. Leukaemia.- 14. Malignant Lymphomas.- 15. Burkitt's Sarcoma.- 16. Histiocytosis.- 17. Bone Tumours.- 18. Soft Tissue Sarcomas.- 19. Teratomas in General and Tumours of the Reproductive Organs.- 20. Tumours of the Kidney.- 21. Skin Tumours.- 22. Liver Tumours.- 23. Tumours of Head and Neck.- 24. Miscellaneous Tumours.
With the fall in mortality from infectious diseases, the· impact of childhood cancer in the Western World has increased to become the second commonest cause of death in the age group 1-14 years, being surpassed only by accidents. However, even in those countries in which paediatric cancer is attracting increasing interest, the disease is relatively uncommon, and the number of cases seen by any one physician, even in a large general hospital, is often limited to one or two a year. The widely held view by parents and even by many doctors that cancer in childhood is usually untreatable and inevitably fatal is no longer tenable. With improvement in the therapeutic response or in the actual survival rates of children with such lesions as Wilms' tumour, brain tumours, rhabdomyosarcomas, Ewing's sarcoma, retinoblastoma, lym phoma and even leukaemia, there is a real hope of achieving a substantial reduction in the mortality of childhood cancer. Paediatric oncology is, in fact, providing a vigorous stimulus to the much wider field of cancer treatment and research, and is demonstrating the advantages of a multi-disciplinary cooperation in the management of this disease.

General Chapters.- 1. Aetiology and Epidemiology.- 2. Pathology.- 3. Surgery (General Principles).- 4. Radiation Therapy.- 5. Cancer Chemotherapy.- 6. Infections in Children with Malignant Disease.- 7. General Care.- 8. Clinical Presentation and Diagnosis.- 9. Facilities for Paediatric Cancer Cases and Children's Tumour Registration.- Special Chapters.- 10. Tumours of the Central Nervous System.- 11. a) Retinoblastoma.- b) Other Tumours of the Eye and Orbit.- 12. Tumours of the Sympathetic Nervous System.- 13. Leukaemia.- 14. Malignant Lymphomas.- 15. Burkitt's Sarcoma.- 16. Histiocytosis.- 17. Bone Tumours.- 18. Soft Tissue Sarcomas.- 19. Teratomas in General and Tumours of the Reproductive Organs.- 20. Tumours of the Kidney.- 21. Skin Tumours.- 22. Liver Tumours.- 23. Tumours of Head and Neck.- 24. Miscellaneous Tumours.
With the fall in mortality from infectious diseases, the· impact of childhood cancer in the Western World has increased to become the second commonest cause of death in the age group 1-14 years, being surpassed only by accidents. However, even in those countries in which paediatric cancer is attracting increasing interest, the disease is relatively uncommon, and the number of cases seen by any one physician, even in a large general hospital, is often limited to one or two a year. The widely held view by parents and even by many doctors that cancer in childhood is usually untreatable and inevitably fatal is no longer tenable. With improvement in the therapeutic response or in the actual survival rates of children with such lesions as Wilms' tumour, brain tumours, rhabdomyosarcomas, Ewing's sarcoma, retinoblastoma, lym phoma and even leukaemia, there is a real hope of achieving a substantial reduction in the mortality of childhood cancer. Paediatric oncology is, in fact, providing a vigorous stimulus to the much wider field of cancer treatment and research, and is demonstrating the advantages of a multi-disciplinary cooperation in the management of this disease.
Autor: Harris J. G. Bloom
ISBN-13:: 9780387072616
ISBN: 0387072616
Verlag: Springer, Berlin, Springer US
Gewicht: 558g
Seiten: 320
Sprache: Englisch
Auflage 2. Aufl.
Sonstiges: Taschenbuch, 244x170x mm, 151 SW-Abb., 8 Farbabb.