By Jonathan S. Berek MD MMS, Neville F. Hacker AM MD
The Fourth variation of this hugely acclaimed quantity is the main finished, present, and useful reference on gynecologic oncology. It covers all issues appropriate to the care of ladies with breast or reproductive tract malignancies, together with melanoma biology and genetics, tumor markers, screening, radiation treatment, chemotherapy, epidemiology, pre-invasive affliction, preoperative evaluate, clinical administration, severe care, and food. quite a few two-color illustrations make clear tough options and charts and tables help in melanoma staging. This version gains new chapters on wound care, hospice care, and end-of-life matters, precis issues on the finish of every bankruptcy, and a extra readable introductory section.
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