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By D. de Moulin

ISBN-10: 9401706018

ISBN-13: 9789401706018

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The 3rd Breast melanoma operating convention of the Breast melanoma Cooperative staff of the ecu association for study on remedy of melanoma, to be held in Amsterdam on April 27-29, 1983, was once the primary reason for scripting this publication. It was once feh brief evaluate of the most pathogenetic conceptions and healing rules that have awarded themselves in regards to mammary melanoma during Western historical past , may also help to attract a extra whole photograph of the place we stand this present day. it isn't effortless to make a decision which principles, even if discarded, deserve but to be remembered and which authors from the prior could be thought of to be actually consultant of the clinical weather in their age. Twenty centuries have produced a great deal of principles and the variety of clinical authors who complex, or rejected, or converted, or revived them, is de facto uncountable. So the historian has to make a selec­ tion and offerings are perforce subjective and open to feedback. In scripting this booklet i attempted to refer to unique assets within the unique language up to attainable. those assets weren't continuously strictly scientific considering I aimed toward putting the matter of malignant breast ailment - which would function a paradigm of melanoma often - in a just a little wider context. For the historical past of medication is not just a historical past of principles, but additionally that of individuals, of associations, of society.

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Non-natural bile did not originate in the liver as did the natural variety, but was a 'combustion product' of other humours as was already explained by Henri de Mondeville some three centuries earlier. 52 In spite of the considerable lapse of time that separated them, Falloppio counted Henri de Mondeville among the 'iuniores', together with Guglielmo, Bruno, Teodorico, Guy and the like. These mediaeval surgeons probably owed their age-old juniorship to the fact that after them no important new theories were proposed in the field of oncology.

He based his pronouncement on post-mortem evidence. Curiously enough, he regarded axillary nodes as haematogenic deposits. 97 In Petit's opinion, however, glandular swellings in the armpit were only a confirrnation of the lymphatic origin of cancer. ll5 The possibility of liver involvement was not yet appreciated in the eighteenth century, although 'intestinal' dissemination was occasionally reported. In 1769 and 1787, respectively, admirable anatomical studies on the lymphatics were published by William Hewson (1739-74) in London, a former pupil of Alexander Momo and John Hunter ll6 and by Paolo Mascagni (1752-1815), professor of anatomy at Siena 117 (Fig.

Very few surgeons reported on their late results. Richard Wiseman (1622-76), surgeon to King Charges 11 and the author of a very popular textbook, remarked that only two patients out of aseries of twelve breast cancer cases were definitely cured by masteetomy. One of them was only 20 years old. Two others died after the operation, the eight others expired under conservative treatment. 75 The first surgeon to aim at healing by direct union was 'a certain empiric' in Berlin in 1698. His patient was a French refugee lady, belonging to the important Huguenot colony in the Prussian eapital.

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