Pancreatic Cancer

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James L. Abruzzese
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The MD Anderson Solid Tumor Oncology series presents cutting-edge surgical treatment and medical therapy for specific sites. This volume, Pancreatic Cancer, addresses epidemiology and molecular biology, inherited syndromes, staging, surgical techniques, multimodality therapy, and emerging therapies. The individual chapters focus on narrow, specific topics to produce a reference work of value to those interested in pancreatic cancer from a clinical and translational research perspective. A must-have for surgical oncologists and general surgeons.
Pancreatic Cancer defines the current standard on multimodality care: surgery, chemotherapy, immunotherapy, gene therapy, radiotherapy, and a review of the latest research and clinical trials. A must-have for surgical oncologists and general surgeons.
From the contents:PART I: Epidemiology/Molecular Biology. 1.Molecular Epidemiology 2.Molecular Biology of Pancreactic Cancer 3.Molecular Markers as a Tool for Early Diagnosis of Pancreatic 4. Cell Signaling Pathways in Pancreatic Cancer 5. Pancreatic Stem Cells and the Origin of c Cancer 6. Inherited Pancreatic Cancer Syndromes PART II:7. Radiologic Staging: CT, MRI 8. Endoscopic Staging: EUS,
paroscopic Staging PART III: Surgery/Therapeutic
/Pain Management. 10. Whipple Procedure 11. Regional Lymph
ection 12. Pylorus Preservation vs. Standard
coduodenectomy 13. Vascular Resection and Reconstruction 14. s for Pancreatic-Biliary Reconstruction 15. Local Excision
mpullary Tumors 16. Distal Pancreatectomy 17. Outcomes
and the Surgical Treatment of Pancreatic Cancer 18. c Palliation for Locally Advanced and Metastatic Disease 19. gement PART IV: Multimodality Therapy. 20. Postoperative
Therapy 21. Neoadjuvant Therapy 22. European Adjuvant Trials ant Regional Infusion Therapy 24. Intraoperative Radiation
5. Conformal Radiation Therapy 26. Radiation Sensitizers.- Part V: Emerging Therapies ...

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