Rare gynecological cancers kill all too commonly Gynecological cancer is a frightening prospect for women. It is terrifying also for physicians who need, but often canat find, guidance on how to investigate and appropriately treat the tumors. Rare cancers provide greater challenges as information can be harder to find and more difficult to verify. Rare Gynecologic Cancers: Diagnosis and Management brings together all you need to know on these life-threatening diseases. Straightforward summaries of pathophysiologic processes lead to the investigations that will improve your diagnostic accuracy. This provides the basis for you to identify effective treatment strategies for your patients. Written by a world-leading team of Editors and Authors and covering cancers of the ac Ovaries ac Uterus ac Vulva ac Vagina ac Cervix Rare Gynecologic Cancers: Diagnosis and Management will guide you to the best life-saving treatment for your patients.With most other primary tumors, the likelihood of ovarian tumors being metastatic is higher, and a metastasis should always be ... that form huge metastases in the ovaries is also occasionally thought to argue against ovarian spread when it does not. ... in the ovary can be somewhat challenging, as the small cells of this sarcoma may grow diffusely and superficially resemble a granulosa cell tumor.
|Title||:||Uncommon Gynecologic Cancers|
|Author||:||Marcela del Carmen, John O. Schorge, Robert H. Young|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2014-11-11|