The management of soft-tissue neoplasms has always had an aura of mystique due to the relative rarity of these lesions in comparison to the more common cancers occurring in man. There are many variations in technique of the operations employed for these tumors as well. In this volume we have illus trated our own personal preferences in approach to soft tissue sarcomas with the hope it will serve as a useful guide to the surgeon who is faced with one or more of these problems. None of the operations depicted in this manual are original with us but they are procedures and approaches we have found effective for the clinical management of this family of tumors. In presenting this volume we wish to acknowledge our gratitude to our surgical teachers, our present and past associates in surgical oncology, our colleagues in the other oncologic disciplines, and our patients whose treatment is illustrated herein. We are indebted to Dr. Saul Kay, Professor of Pathology, and Dr. James Walsh, Associate Professor of Radiology, for providing the illustrations of histopathology and radiologic imaging in the early chapters. We particularly appreciate the superb artwork of our enthusiastic teammates, Trudy Nicholson and Jane Hurd, as their contribution is the crux of our endeavor. Walter Lawrence Jr., M.D. James P. Neifeld, M.D. Jose J. Terz, M.D. .hemangioendothelioma, 140 histologic types of 140 nasopharyngeal angiofibromas, 146a 148 neuroectodermal, 143 neurofibroma or neurilemmoma, 140 paragangliomas, 143a146 rhabdomyosarcoma, 140, 203a204 sarcomas, 189anbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Soft-Tissue Tumor Surgery|
|Author||:||W.jr. Lawrence, James Neifeld, J.J. Terz|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|