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Squamous Cell Cancer of the Neck

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Part of Contemporary Issues in Cancer Imaging

Vincent Vander Poorten, Sandra Nuyts, Pierre R. Delaere, F. Dubrulle, R. Souillard, D. Chevalier, P. Puech, Lawrence E. Ginsberg, Vincent F. Chong, Ann D. King, Robert Hermans
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  • Date Published: November 2008
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  • isbn: 9780511434297

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  • Part of the bestselling Contemporary Issues in Cancer Imaging series, this book provides crucial imaging information on disease extent in head and neck malignancies. A thorough knowledge of the loco-regional anatomy of this complex area and a proper understanding of the natural disease spread pattern are prerequisites in the interpretation of these imaging studies. After an introductory chapter on epidemiology and clinical signs, this book reviews the pertinent imaging findings for each of the major anatomical subsites. Emphasis is on CT and MRI, but PET and ultrasound are also discussed where appropriate. Reviews on modern surgical and radiotherapeutic techniques are included, helping the reader to understand post-treatment tissue changes and how to differentiate these from tumor recurrence or treatment complications.

    • Reviews pertinent imaging findings, enabling the reader to distinguish normal structures from abnormal lesions
    • Describes use of imaging from a multidisciplinary point of view to help identify relevant findings
    • Discusses the use of different imaging modalities, thus helping the reader to make the most appropriate choice
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    • Date Published: November 2008
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511434297
    • contains: 180 b/w illus. 12 colour illus. 10 tables
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    Series foreword
    Preface to Squamous Cell Cancer of the Neck
    1. Epidemiology, pathology, and clinical presentation Vincent Vander Poorten
    2. Radiotherapy and chemoradiotherapy of the neck Sandra Nuyts
    3. Surgery of the neck Pierre R. Delaere
    4. Laryngeal and hypopharyngeal cancer F. Dubrulle, R. Souillard, D. Chevalier and P. Puech
    5. Oral cavity and oropharyngeal cancer Lawrence E. Ginsberg
    6. Nasopharyngeal cancer Vincent F. Chong
    7. Neck and distant disease Ann D. King
    8. Posttreatment imaging Robert Hermans
    Index.

  • Editor

    Robert Hermans, University Hospital Leuven, Belgium
    Robert Hermans is Professor, Department of Radiology, University Hospital Leuven, Belgium.

    Contributors

    Vincent Vander Poorten, Sandra Nuyts, Pierre R. Delaere, F. Dubrulle, R. Souillard, D. Chevalier, P. Puech, Lawrence E. Ginsberg, Vincent F. Chong, Ann D. King, Robert Hermans

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