This pocket guide provides concise discussion on the effective use of PET and PET/CT in patient management for a wide range of clinical conditions. Introductory chapters cover the fundamentals: basic science, patient preparation, and logistical considerations. The body of the guide examines the role of PET in the management of malignancies such as lymphoma, melanoma, and colorectal cancer. Additional chapters discuss use of PET for pancreatic, ovarian, and cervical cancers, sarcoma, and seminoma, and outlines cardiologic and neurologic applications. The final chapter considers the appropriateness, timing, and limitations of PET in common clinical case scenarios. Select images supplement the text.Colorectal cancer is the third most common malignancy in the United States, excluding skin carcinoma, and is the second leading cause of ... See Table 8.1 for the current American Cancer Society colorectal cancer screening guidelines [ 2].
|Author||:||Ronald B. Workman, R. Edward Coleman|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2006-11-24|