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Radiation Oncology Management Decisions 3rd Edition by Chao, Wolters Kluwer | Lippincott Williams and Wilkins

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General Information  
Author(s)Chao
PublisherWolters Kluwer | Lippincott Williams and Wilkins
ISBN9781605479118
Pages880
BindingSoftbound
LanguageEnglish
Publish YearMay 2011

Description

Wolters Kluwer | Lippincott Williams and Wilkins Radiation Oncology Management Decisions 3rd Edition by Chao

Ideal for on-the-spot consultation, this pocket manual, Radiation Oncology: Management Decisions, provides easily accessible information for residents and practitioners in radiation oncology. It presents the most essential information that is immediately required in the clinical setting. The first eight chapters of the book focus on key basic concepts; the remaining 46 chapters describe treatment regimens for all cancer sites and tumor types. Includes coverage of pain and palliation, and covers all latest therapeutic techniques. This edition includes expanded information on image-guided therapy, 3D techniques, and 4D protocols. The updated cancer staging guidelines have been used throughout the manual. In addition, there is a brand-new chapter devoted to QUANTEC dosage recommendations.


Key Features:-

  • Addresses cancer management at all anatomic sites
  • Covers all latest therapeutic techniques
  • Includes information on pain and palliation
  • Practical illustrations cover anatomy and pathology
  • Covers treatment planning and patient positioning