- Breast -- Surgery
- Breast -- Diseases
- A companion to specialist surgical practice
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- Previous ed.: London: W.B. Saunders, 2001.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Ch 1 The role of imaging in breast diagnosis including screening and excision of impalpable lesions Robin Wilson, Douglas Macmillan Ch 2 Pathology and biology of breast cancer (including genomics and proteonomics): what the surgeon needs to know about breast pathology R S Rampaul, S E Pinder, C W Elston, R W Blamey, J F R Robertson, I O Ellis Ch 3 New investigative techniques, ductoscopy, ductal lavage Bill Dooley Ch 4 Breast conserving surgery: the balance between cosmesis and local control John M Dixon Ch 5 Oncoplastic techniques in breast conserving surgery Krishna Clough, Richard Rainsbury Ch 6 The axilla: current management including sentinel node James Kollias, Melissa Bochner Ch 7 Prevention of breast cancer the genetics of breast cancer and risk-reducing surgery Gareth Evans, Andrew Baildam Ch 8 Breast reconstruction Eva Weiler Mithoff Ch 9 Breast cancer treatments of uncommon diseases (to include Pagets disease, treatment to breast cancer during pregnancy, male breast cancer and treatments of other rare neoplasms including chest wall sarcomas) Swati Kulkarni, Monica Morrow Ch 10 Treating ductal carcinoma in situ Nicola L P Barnes, Nigel Bundred Ch 11 Systemic therapy for breast cancer Susan Chua, Ander Urruticoechea, Ian Smith Ch 12 Radiotherapy: new techniques Gill Ross Ch 13 Palliative therapy Janet Hardy Ch 14 Psychosocial issues in breast cancer Lesley Fallowfield, Valerie A Jenkins Ch 15 Benign disease: surgical considerations Steven Thrush, John M Dixon Ch 16 What can we expect from new trials in the next 5 years? Richard Sainsbury Ch 17 Litigation in breast disease Tim Davidson, Thomas Bates Index.
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