Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 778
Weight: 2880 g
Dimensions: 279 x 216 x 42 mm
Edition: 2003 ed.
From the reviews:
"This book clearly presents the standard of care in common oncologic problems and diseases. ... This book meets the editors' goal by clearly disseminating the current canon of oncologic treatments, allowing a solid oncologic foundation to be built ... . ideal for any senior resident, an invaluable review for oral boards, and the busy practitioner ... . This book is a great addition to the oncology literature ... . It helps define a new breed of clinically-oriented, evidence-based medicine books ... ." (Anders Merg, www.doody.com, February, 2004)
"This book is written in an interesting format. It attempts to give a broad overview over all or almost all tumor entities ... . will be particularly useful for the nonspecialized surgeon ... . The textbook style format is what makes this book easy to read and gives the perfect overview for those who want to look up something ... . cancer surgeons can find useful information for clinical problem solving in situations that cross the borders of individual organs. ... this book is a valuable addition to every surgeon's library." (Michael Gnant, European Surgery, 2004)
"Surgical Oncology ... is highly recommended. It is recommended because it covers the breadth of surgical oncology with excellent accessible algorithms ... . very useful for trainees studying for postgraduate examinations. ... the editors have gathered ... up to date information that summarizes current published work on each cancer site. ... a useful reference book for a general hospital library as well as within an oncological setting. Each section is well referenced ... . the algorithmic approach adopted by these editors and experts is excellent. It is good value for the price ... ." (Jane M. Blazeby, European Journal of Cancer Care, Vol. 13 (1), 2004)
"This book is conceived to provide a guideline in the treatment of every single cancer where surgery might be considered, it mainly deals with the decision-making rather than with the surgical technique. ... The success of the book will be the formula that is chosen for, where the reader can use either the charts with the easy-to-follow algorithms ... to obtain a clear overview about the specific multidisciplinary treatment modalities." (D. Claeys, Acta Chirurgica Belgica, Vol. 104 (1), 2004)
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