Colorectal cancer is one of the most common cancers in the developed world. Early intervention due to improved screening and advances in treatment has led to a reduction in mortality in recent years, but this malignancy still remains a significant healthcare burden.Table of Contents 1. The clinical presentation of colorectal cancer Sarah Fisher and Ian Daniels2. Pathology for the radiologist Philip Quirke3. Screening for colorectal cancer Steve Halligan4. The surgical approach to colorectal cancer Ian Daniels and R. J. Heald5. Laparoscopic surgery A. Antoniou and Ara Darzi6. Chemotherapy Yu Jo Chua and David Cunningham7. Radiotherapy in colorectal cancer Brian O'Neill and D M Tait8. The changing role of endoluminal ultrasound in rectal cancer Peter Chowdhury, Rhodri Davies and Ashley Roberts9. CT staging Sarah Burton and Gina Brown10. MRI staging Sarah Burton and Gina Brown11. Imaging of metastatic disease Gina Brown12. Patterns of recurrence Naureen Starling and Gina Brown.
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Titolo: Colorectal Cancer
Editore: Cambridge University Press
Edizione: I 2007
Finitura: Copertina rigida