Updated and expanded, this second edition of Essentials of Clinical Radiation Oncology provides a succinct and effective review of the most important studies in the field. Organised by disease topic and grouped by body part, each chapter employs structured sections for targeted information retrieval and retention.
Evidence-Based Treatment and Multidisciplinary Patient Care
A practical guide to the management of colorectal, pancreatic, hepatocellular, gastric, and esophageal cancers as well as other cancers of the upper and lower GI tract. The handbook focuses on treatment strategies and approaches to cancerous GI tumors that are transforming the recent oncological landscape.
Now in its second edition, this guide to clinical radiation oncology is the ideal pocket companion for the practicing physician during rounds and other clinical settings. Organized by site-specific diseases, chapters present the must-know key points, including treatment options by stage, technical considerations, and important items for follow-up.
Provides evidence-based approaches to the specific technical aspects of delivering radiation treatment. Easy to read and relevant to general practice, this popular pocket-sized manual leads radiation oncology trainees and clinicians through the basics of radiotherapy planning and delivery for all major malignancies in a step-by-step manner.
The most comprehensive clinical reference on sarcomas available to oncologists. Led by the world's foremost sarcomas experts, the book addresses the general principles of each major medical discipline, provides details on each major sarcoma subtype, and presents the evidence for standard frontline, adjuvant, and novel treatment approaches.
Provides a practical guide to the management of patients with breast malignancies and related non-neoplastic lesions. Written and edited by leading experts, this handbook focuses on the application of conventional and novel treatment strategies to the care of patients with nonmalignant breast disease and all stages of breast cancer.
This book will equip all healthcare professionals, including medical students, chest physicians, radiographers and radiologists, with the techniques and knowledge required to interpret plain chest radiographs.
Provides a step-by-step guide to implementing external beam treatment plans that meet clinical requirements for each major disease site. The book focuses on the technical aspects of treatment planning and the major challenges in creating highly conformal dose distributions, referenced to as treatment plans, for external beam radiotherapy.
A comprehensive guide for the practicing physician and medical physicist in the management of intracranial and extracranial disease. It is a state-of-the-science book presenting the scientific principles, clinical background and procedures, treatment planning, and treatment delivery of SRS and SBRT for the treatment of tumours throughout the body.