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Pancreatic Cancer, Cystic Neoplasms and Endocrine Tumors. Diagnosis and Management

  • ID: 3089518
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  • 456 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Pancreatic Cancer, Cystic Neoplasms and Endocrine Tumors: Diagnosis and Management


Edited by Hans G. Beger, Germany; Akimasa Nakao, Japan; John P. Neoptolemos, UK; Shuyou Peng, China; and Michael Sarr, USA.



Pancreatic Cancer, Cystic Neoplasms and Endocrine Tumors: Diagnosis and Management is a modern, expertly crafted and clinically focused guide to the diagnosis, management and best–practice care of patients suffering from pancreatic cancer, cystic neoplasms and endocrine tumours.

Packed with outstanding figures and with reference to the leading society guidelines, its main focus is on the many endoscopic and radiologic diagnostic techniques, medical and surgical management of both full–blown cancer and other tumors, and the risks of each form of treatment.  Also covered in detail are issues of tumor recurrence and long–term outcome of treatment.

Brought to you by highly skilled national and international leaders in the specialty and an experienced editor team, this is an invaluable guide to practicing gastroenterologists and surgeons in the hospital and clinical environment, as well as oncologists and endocrinologists managing patients with pancreatic tumorous lesions.

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Section 1: Ductal Adenocarcinoma of the Pancreas

1. Histologic Classification and Tumor Staging of Pancreatic CancerAkio Yanagisawa and Eiichi Konishi

2. What We Know about Carcinogenesis of Ductal Adenocarcinoma of the PancreasC. J. Bruns, H. Niess, B. Schwarz, A. Kleespies, M. K. Angele and K.–W. Jauch

3. Familiar Cancer of the PancreasDetlef K. Bartsch, Volker Fendrich and Peter Langer

4. Clinical, Laboratory and Radiologic Presentation of Pancreatic CancerSusumu Hijioka and Kenji Yamao

5. Standards of Oncologic Pancreatic SurgeryZhi Ven Fong and Keith D. Lillemoe

6. Extended Resection for Pancreatic Cancer: Risk and BenefitsAkimasa Nakao

7. Risk/Benefit of Total Pancreatectomy for Pancreatic Cancer: Are There Indications?Ake Andrén–Sandberg and Ralf Segersvard

8. Is There a Benefit for Additional Arterial Resection of Ductal Cancer of the Pancreas?Satoshi Hirano and Takahiro Tsuchikawa

9. Who Benefits from Ultra–Radical Pancreatic Cancer Extirpation?Akimasa Nakao

10. Risk and Results of Pancreatic Cancer ResectionNorbert Hüser, Volker Assfalg and Helmut Friess

11. Pancreatic Cancer: The Role of Bypass ProceduresJ.A.M.G. Tol, O.R.C. Busch, T.M. van Gulik and D.J. Gouma

12. Evidence of Adjuvant Chemotherapy of Ductal Pancreatic CancerAsma Sultana, Christopher Halloran, Daniel Palmer, Paula Ghaneh Trevor Cox and John P Neoptolemos

13. Neoadjuvant Chemo– and Radio–Chemotherapy: Is There a Survival Advantage for Pancreatic Cancer PatientsSusan Tsai, Ben George, Kathleen K. Christians and Douglas B. Evans

14. Standards of Palliative Chemotherapy and Chemoradiotherapy of Local Advanced Pancreatic Cancer, Side Effects and Survival BenefitsHana Algül and Roland M. Schmid

15. Management of Local and Distant Recurrence after Pancreatic Cancer ResectionTakuji Okusaka, Kenji Hashimoto, Tomoko Katsui Taniyama, Hideki Ueno, Chigusa Morizane, Shunsuke Kondo, Shuichi Mitsunaga, Satoshi Shimizu, Izumi Ohno, Hideaki Takahashi and Masafumi Ikeda

16. Survival 3–, 5– and 10–years after Adjuvant Regional and Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy in Resectable Pancreatic Cancer Patients: an Institutional ExperienceOsamu Ishikawa, Hiroaki Ohhigashi and Hidenori Takahashi

17. Non–ductal Primary Malignancies of the Pancreas: Acinus Cell CarcinomaMarius Distler and Robert Grutzmann

18.Non–ductal Primary Malignancies of the Pancreas: Metastatic MalignanciesVictor Zaydfudim, Michael B. Farnell and Michael G. Sarr

Section 2: Periampullary Cancers

19. Histopathology of Tumor of the Ampulla of VaterLi–rong Chen

20. Clinics of Periampulary CancerCai Xiujun

21. Adenoma of the Papilla of Vater and Endoscopic ManagementTakao Itoi and Shujiro Tsuji

22. Controversies about Local or Regional Treatment of Adenoma of the Papilla of Vater: Japanese ExperienceTakehiro Ota, Masakazu Yamamoto and Ken Takasaki

23. Cancer of the Papilla: Surgical ManagementHans G. Beger Q L Qiao and B Poch

24. Evidence of Surgical Management of Distal Common Bile Duct CancerYingbin Liu and Wenguang Wu

25. Evidence of Surgical Management of Duodenum CancerRory L. Smoot and Florencia G. Que

26. Survival and Chance of Cure after Surgery, Adjuvant and Palliative Chemotherapy of Periampullary TumorsHao ran Qian and Shu You Peng

Section 3: Cystic Neoplastic Lesion of the Pancreas

27. Histologic Classification and Staging of Cystic Neoplastic Lesions of the PancreasRondell Graham and Tom Smyrk

28. Clinical Presentation of Cystic Neoplasms of the PancreasMasao Tanaka

29. EUS and Cystic Fluid Analysis of the Pancreas: Evidence of Diagnostic MeasuresWon Jae Yoon and William R. Brugge

30. Natural History of IPMN: Adenoma/Carcinoma Sequence in IPMNMasanori Sugiyama and Yutaka Suzuki

31. What are the Pathologic Criteria that Justified Observational Management in Patients with Cystic Naoplastic Lesions of the Pancreas?Klaus Sahora, and Carlos Fernández–del Castillo

32. Indication for Operative Intervention of Cystic Neoplasms of the PancreasGeorge H. Sakorafas and Vassileios Smyrniotis

33. Surgical Management of IPMN Lesions of the PancreasMarcus C.B. Tan and Peter J. Allen

34. Surgical Management of MCN Lesions of the PancreasKlaus Sahora and Carlos Fernández–del Castillo

35. Surgical Management of SCA of the PancreasGiuseppe Malleo, Claudio Bassi and Roberto Salvia

36. Surgical Management of SPsN of the PancreasSong Cheol Kim

37. Limited Oncologic Resection or Major Surgery of Cystic Neoplasms of the Pancreas?Hans G Beger, Yang Yinmo, and Akimasa Nakao

38. Enucleation of Cystic Neaplasia of the Pancreas?Janak A. Parikh and C. Max Schmidt

39. Long–Term Outcome after Observation and Surgical Treatment of the Cystic Neoplasms of the PancreasGiuseppe Malleo, Roberto Salvia and Claudio Bassi

Section IV: Endocrine Neoplasms of the Pancreas

40. Classification of Endocrine Tumors of the PancreasJ. J. Mukherjee and K. O. Lee

41. Clinical Manifestation of Endocrine Tumors of the PancreasK. O. Lee

42. Evidence of Hormonal, Laboratory, Bio–Chemistric and Instrumental Diagnostics of Endocrine Tumors of the PancreasC.E.D.Ng, J. J. Mukherjee and K.O. Lee

43. Evidence of Medical and Radionucleotide Treatment of Endocrine Tumors of the PancreasDavid C.E. Ng., J. J. Mukherjee and K.O. Lee

44. Insulinoma: Evidence of Surgical TreatmentY. P. Mou

45. Gastrinoma: Evidence of Surgical TreatmentR. Y. Qin

46. Rare Endocrine Tumors of the Pancreas: Evidence of ManagementJiang Tao Li, Shu You Peng and De Fei Hong

47. Long–term Outcome after Clinical Management of Endocrine Tumors of the PancreasBin Xu and Jian Wei Wang

Section V: Chronic Pancreatitis with Inflammatory Tumor of the Pancreas

48. Chronic Pancreatitis with Inflammatory Mass in the Pancreatic HeadUlrich F. Wellner and Tobias Keck

49. Chronic Tropical Pancreatitis: Clinical syndromes, natural course management principlesSavio G. Barreto and Shailesh V. Shrikhande

50. Laboratory, Endoscopic and Radiologic Diagnostic of Chronic Pancreatitis with Inflammatory Mass in the HeadJ. Enrique Domínguez–Munoz, Julio Iglesias–Garcia and José Larino–Noia

51. Autoimmune Pancreatitis : How to Recognize this Entity and Avoid Surgical TreatmentRaghuwansh P. Sah and Suresh T. Chari

52. What is the Place of Interventional–Endoscopic Treatment in Chronic Pancreatitis/Inflammatory Tumor of the Pancreatic Head?Yoshiki Hirooka and Hidemi Goto

53. When to Change from Conservative to Surgical Management in Alcoholic Chronic and Tropical Chronic PancreatitisShailesh V. Shrikhande and Savio G. Barreto

54. Duodenum Preserving Pancreatic Head Resection of Chronic Pancreatits with Inflammatory MassHans G. Beger and Qiao Qilu

55. Major Resection for Chronic PancreatitisJohn C. McAuliffe and John D. Christein

56. Short–term and Long–term Outcome after Interventional and Surgical Treatment of Chronic Pancreatitis with Inflammatory MassVolker Assfalg, Norbert Hüser and Helmut Friess

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Hans G. Beger
Akimasa Nakao
John P. Neoptolemos
Shu You Peng
Michael G. Sarr
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