Bladder cancer is a common disease, usually managed by surgical intervention. Imaging is used to determine extent of disease and decide the best treatment option – surgery, radiation therapy or chemotherapy. Recent advances in CT, MRI, PET and ultrasound and their role in bladder cancer management are reviewed in this volume.Table of Contents ContributorsSeries ForewordPreface1. The pathology of bladder cancer Charles Jameson2. Clinical features of bladder cancer Sarb S. Sandhu and Alan C. Thompson3. Imaging in the diagnosis of bladder cancer S. L. J. William and S. A. Sohaib4. Radiological staging of primary bladder cancer Camilla Whitten and David MacVicar5. Imaging of metastatic bladder cancer Jonathan D. Berry and David MacVicar6. Surgery for bladder cancer Sarb S. Sandhu and Alan C. Thompson7. External beam radiotherapy for the treatment of muscle invasive bladder cancer S. Lalondrelle and R. Huddart8. The chemotherapeutic management of bladder cancer D. Pudney, J. Stokoe and R. Huddart9. Clinical follow-up of bladder cancer Alan C. Thompson and Sarb S. Sandhu10. Imaging of treated bladder cancer M. Ben Taylor, Suzanne C. Bonington and Bernadette M. CarringtonIndex.
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Titolo: Carcinoma of the Bladder
Editore: Cambridge University Press
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