By Michelle Benoit MD, M. Yvette Williams-Brown MD, Creighton Edwards MD
Gynecologic Oncology guide offers a entire but concise, useful consultant for fellows, citizens, expert trainees, and clinicians within the prognosis and administration of gynecologic cancers. The ebook addresses the basics of gynecologic oncology, together with staging, surgical remedies, comorbidity analysis and administration, adjuvant remedies together with chemotherapy and radiation, and survival and palliative care. With a spotlight on particular administration decision-making, the publication offers the elemental info had to consultant the clinician at the ward or within the sanatorium, together with medical learn references, clinical comorbidity algorithms, and directed gynecologic melanoma workups and coverings. In a bullet aspect structure, the booklet presents the assets you must meet the calls for of scientific administration in gynecologic melanoma care. Gynecologic Oncology instruction manual positive aspects: Covers all basics of gynecologic oncology together with, staging, surgical cures, comorbidity analysis and administration, adjuvant cures, and historical past learn facts Examines survivor care and palliative care practices contains scientific research references, scientific comorbidity algorithms, and directed workups and coverings Written in bullet-point layout for speedy reference
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