The American Cancer Society's Oncology in Practice. Clinical Management

  • ID: 4290423
  • Book
  • Region: United States
  • 776 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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An in–depth look at over 50 cancer types for a wide range of learners and practitioners.

The American Cancer Society s Oncology in Practice: Clinical Management is a new textbook designed for a wide range of learners and practitioners. It comprehensively addresses diagnosis, treatment, and follow–up of more than 50 types of cancer, taking a balanced, authoritative and, where possible, evidence–based stance.

Edited by leading clinicians in the field, chapters from a stellar list of US and European contributors are written in an easy to understand style by multidisciplinary teams including medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, surgeons, and other specialists, reflecting day–to–day decision–making and clinical practice. This book is an ideal resource for anyone seeking a comprehensive understanding of the field of oncology, with an emphasis on diagnosis and treatment.

Additional aspects of oncology focusing on causes, prevention, staging, symptom management, and survivorship can be found in the companion book The American Cancer Society s Principles of Oncology: Prevention to Survivorship.

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Editorial Board and Reviewers

List of Contributors

Introduction

Section 1 Thoracic Cancers

1 Lung CancerSuresh S. Ramalingam and Fadlo R. Khuri

2 Other Thoracic MalignanciesBrandon H. Tieu, Mehee Choi, Kyle Robinson, and Charles R. Thomas, Jr

Section 2 Digestive System Cancers

3 Esophageal CancerRavi Shridhar, Khaldoun Almhanna, Sarah E. Hoffe, Matthew Biagioli, Domenico Coppola, and Kenneth L. Meredith

4 Gastric AdenocarcinomaRoger H. Kim, Quyen D. Chu, and Benjamin D. Li

5 Small Bowel Cancer (Excluding Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors and Carcinoid)Alireza Hamidian Jahromi, Roger H. Kim, Quyen D. Chu, and Benjamin D. Li

6 Adenocarcinoma of the PancreasQuyen D. Chu, Erkut Borazanci, Roger H. Kim, and Guillermo Sangster

7 Liver CancersCelina Ang, Sonia Reichert, and Randall F. Holcombe

8 Biliary Tract Cancers/CholangiocarcinomasCelina Ang, Sonia Reichert, and Randall F. Holcombe

9 Colon and Rectal CancerLauren Kosinski, Ben George, Kiran K. Turaga, Candice A. Johnstone, and Mohammad Mahmoud

10 Anal CancerCathy Eng, Ravi Shridhar, Emily Chan, Nataly Silva, Liana Tsikitis, Susan Hedlund, Michael D. Chuong, and Charles R. Thomas, Jr

11 Gastrointestinal Stromal TumorsRian M. Hasson Charles, Stanley W. Ashley, and Chandrajit P. Raut

Section 3 Head and Neck

12 Oral Cavity and Oropharyngeal CancerAvinash V. Mantravadi and Michael G. Moore

13 Salivary Gland CancerDaniel Brickman and Neil D. Gross

14 Larynx CancerEmma B. Holliday, Blaine D. Smith, Neil D. Gross, Clifton D. Fuller, and David I. Rosenthal

15 Nasal and Paranasal Sinus CancerEmma B. Holliday, Michael E. Kupferman, Clifton D. Fuller, and Ehab Hanna

16 Nasopharyngeal CancerJamie M. Pawlowski, Emma B. Holliday, and Clifton D. Fuller

Section 4 Urinary System

17 Renal Cell CarcinomaJonathan Mathias and Brian Rini

18 Bladder Cancer and Other Urothelial SitesMichael C. Risk, Ayman Soubra, and Badrinath R. Konety 

Section 5 Female Reproductive Cancer

19 Ovarian, Fallopian Tube, and Primary Peritoneal CancerMichael L. Pearl, Erin E. Stevens, and Joyce Varughese 

20 Uterine Corpus CancerMario Javier Pineda and John R. Lurain

21 Cervical CancerMerieme Klobocista, Mark H. Einstein, and Carolyn D. Runowicz

22 Vaginal CancerChristina Gauthreaux, Anna Kuan ]Celarier, and Carolyn D. Runowicz

23 Vulvar CancerCarolyn D. Runowicz

24 Gestational Trophoblastic DiseaseAlok Pant and John R. Lurain

Section 6 Male Reproductive Cancers

25 Testicular CancerCostantine Albany, Nasser Hanna, and Lawrence H. Einhorn

26 Prostate CancerBobby C. Liaw and William K. Oh

27 Penile CancerDavid Bowes and Juanita Crook

Section 7 Breast Cancer

28 Breast Cancer, Including Brief Discussion of Male Breast CancerElisavet Paplomata and Ruth O Regan

Section 8 Hematologic Cancers

29 Myeloid MalignanciesJoshua F. Zeidner, Darshan Roy, Alexander Perl, and Ivana Gojo

30 Lymphoid Leukemias in AdultsNilanjan Ghosh, Jocelyn L. Wozney, and Michael R. Grunwald

31 Hodgkin Lymphoma in AdultsSatish Shanbhag and Richard Ambinder

32 Non ]Hodgkin Lymphoma in AdultsLoretta J. Nastoupil, Jean L. Koff, Leon Bernal ]Mizrachi, and Christopher R. Flowers

33 Multiple MyelomaGiada Bianchi and Kenneth C. Anderson

Section 9 Skin Cancer

34 MelanomaJustin M. Ko, Alan C. Geller, and Susan M. Swetter

35 Non ]Melanoma Skin CancersH. William Higgins, II and Martin A. Weinstock

Section 10 Endocrine Cancers

36 Thyroid CancerMaria E. Cabanillas, Steven P. Weitzman, Ramona Dadu, Ted Gansler, and Mark Zafereo

37 Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma and PheochromocytomaRobert Dreicer, Moshe C. Ornstein, Kriti Mittal, Jordan Reynolds, Joseph Klink, Christopher Przybycin, and Jorge A. Garcia

38 Pituitary TumorsAdriana G. Ioachimescu and Nelson M. Oyesiku

39 Gastroenteropancreatic Neuroendocrine TumorsJonathan Strosberg

Section 11 Cancer of the Nervous System and Eye

40 Central Nervous System and Peripheral NervesD. Ryan Ormond, Alexandros Bouras, Michael Moore, Matthew Gary, Paula Province Warren, Roshan Prabhu, Kathleen M. Egan, Srikant Rangaraju, Christina Appin, Constantinos Hadjipanayis, Burt Nabors, Alfredo Voloschin, and Jeffrey J. Olson

41 Malignant Tumors of the EyeDevron H. Char and Tia B. Cole

Section 12 Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors

42 Sarcomas of Bone in AdultsMrinal Gounder, Yoshiya Yamada, and Nicola Fabbri

43 Sarcoma of Soft TissueMrinal Gounder, Vinod Ravi, Yoshiya Yamada, Richard Carvajal, and Aimee Crago

Section 13 Cancer of Unknown Primary, Paraneoplastic Syndromes, and Peritoneal Carcinomatosis

44 Cancer of Unknown Primary SiteJohn D. Hainsworth and F. Anthony Greco

45 Paraneoplastic SyndromesLorraine C. Pelosof and David E. Gerber

46 Peritoneal Surface MalignanciesKiran K. Turaga

Section 14 Pediatric and Adolescent Oncology

47 Pediatric CancersStephanie B. Dixon, Lisa M. Force, Pratiti Bandopadhayay, Peter Manley, Carlos Rodriguez ]Galindo, Lewis B. Silverman, and Karen J. Marcus

Index

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