Selected Topics in Clinical Oncology

An in-depth Study of 18 Cancers Usually Neglected in Classical Textbooks

  • Authors
  • J.┬áM.┬áDebois

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xi
  2. J. M. Debois
    Pages 1-10
  3. J. M. Debois
    Pages 11-36
  4. J. M. Debois
    Pages 37-64
  5. J. M. Debois
    Pages 65-120
  6. J. M. Debois
    Pages 121-183
  7. J. M. Debois
    Pages 184-213
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    Pages 214-240
  9. J. M. Debois
    Pages 241-280
  10. J. M. Debois
    Pages 281-294
  11. J. M. Debois
    Pages 295-344
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    Pages 345-391
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    Pages 392-475
  14. J. M. Debois
    Pages 476-502
  15. J. M. Debois
    Pages 503-526
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    Pages 527-546
  17. J. M. Debois
    Pages 547-554
  18. J. M. Debois
    Pages 555-561
  19. J. M. Debois
    Pages 562-586
  20. Back Matter
    Pages 587-596

About this book


By Prof.Dr.A.T.Van Oosterom Head of the Department of Oncology at the Catholic University of Leuven, Belgium The word cancer defines over 180 different diseases. Some occurring quite often and are well known, others are very rare and sometimes so unknown that the diagnosis is not even suspected at operation. In this book, Dr.Debois, a retired radiation oncologist, describes a selected group of cancer types, some of which are difficult to find in the standard textbooks, in a logical format starting with their bibliography, history, incidence, anatomy, clinical presentation, diagnosis and staging, treatment and follow-up. For the general oncologist in the community it gives the appropriate data to understand the described diseases and to familiarize him with the peculiar patient he has identified. The many tables and figures in every chapter contain an enormous amount of data difficult to collect without extensive searches. The mix of historical and new (genetic) data makes reading attractive. In my opinion this book will find his place in the library of every oncologist who wants to know more about the rarer tumors he or she encounters. We know a lot about the common tumors but too little about the diseases described here.


cancer carcinoma oncology tumor

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