Basics of Cryosurgery

  • Nikolai N. Korpan

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XXII
  2. Basic Principles of Cryosurgery

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 3-8
    3. Nikolai N. Korpan, Jaroslav V. Zharkov
      Pages 9-11
  3. Experimental Aspects of Modern Cryosurgery

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 13-13
    2. A. M. Granov
      Pages 15-23
    3. Shunichi Ikekawa
      Pages 25-30
    4. Shigeo Tanaka, Tetsuo Ohkuma, Zenichiro Ishii
      Pages 31-37
  4. Clinical Cryosurgery

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 45-45
    2. Rodney P. R. Dawber
      Pages 47-87
    3. J. C. Almeida Gonçalves
      Pages 89-115
    4. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 117-150
    5. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 151-169
    6. Omar Maiwand
      Pages 171-192
    7. Douglas Chinn
      Pages 193-208
    8. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 209-229
    9. H. W. Bart Schreuder
      Pages 231-251
    10. Marco Scala
      Pages 285-288
    11. Shigeo Tanaka
      Pages 289-293
    12. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 301-302
    13. Nikolai N. Korpan
      Pages 303-305
    14. Georgij G. Prokhorov
      Pages 307-315
    15. Irina R. Khramova
      Pages 317-317
  5. Back Matter
    Pages 319-330

About this book


and collaborators succeeded in proving met. We became acquainted during a their existence in the laboratory. General Meeting of the Board of Directors Cryosurgery is an alternative choice for of the European Society of Cryosurgery; I the treatment of selected patients with in­ was very impressed with his intelligence, ternal tumors. 1. S. Cooper, as long ago as energy and determination. He is an inno­ vative researcher, a scientist and a therapist, 1963, suggested the use of cryosurgery for the destruction of primary and metastatic with a good sense of leadership. Professor tumors of the liver, because cryosurgery Korpan has dedicated himself especially to has several well-known advantages over the study of the surgical treatment of the liver, bile ducts and pancreas, has pub­ classic surgery: 1) it is effective in inducing tumor cell necrosis; 2) it spares more nor­ lished many papers and is the author of mal tissue than resection, with less risk of three books. Co-founder in 1997 and vice hemorrhage and dissemination of cancer president of the European Society of Cryo­ cells; 3) it makes the treatment of unresec­ surgery, he is also founder and presi­ table tumors possible, particularly those dent of the Vienna International Institute involving large vessels; 4) it allows re­ for Cryosurgery. Also an inventor, he has treatment; 5) it may induce an immuno­ devised 31 patents, some of which are stimulating effect against residual cancer.


Chirurgie Cryochirurgie Kryochirurgie Onkologie cryosurgery oncology surgery

Editors and affiliations

  • Nikolai N. Korpan
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of Surgery, Evangelical Hospital Vienna-WaehringVienna International Institute for CryosurgeryViennaAustria

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