Cancer radiology -- Breast cancer -- Thyroid and parathyroid tumours -- Oesophageal cancer -- Gastric cancer -- Liver and biliary cancers -- Cancers of the pancreas -- Small bowel and rare GI cancers -- Colorectal cancer -- Anal cancer -- Renal cancer -- Bladder and upper urinary tract cancer -- Prostate carcinoma -- Testicular cancer -- Soft tissue sarcoma.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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How should surgeons deal with cancer patients? The cornerstone of effective treatment is a multidisciplinary collaboration between many specialties in which surgeons are not only concerned about operative accessibility and technique but rather have a deep understanding of the fundamental biology of the malignancy they are dealing with and appreciate the reach of multi-modal treatment. This handbook is a practical reference for today's surgeons who actively manage cancer patients in both the acute and out-patient setting. It covers all the key areas, from initial presentation and diagnosis, inve.