By Jerome B. Posner (auth.), Leonard Weiss Sc.D., M.D., Ph.D., Harvey A. Gilbert M.D., Jerome B. Posner M.D. (eds.)
Of these humans demise with melanoma, many die due to metastases. then again, a shockingly small variety of texts were dedicated to this clinically vital subject. the current sequence of monographs originated in discussions, which confident us of the necessity for texts on metasasis which might comprise not just easy and medical observations on people and the place neces sary, on experimental animals but additionally discussions of the state-of-the-art in analysis and remedy. so that it will do so in-depth strategy, for which book was once preceded by means of small workshops, it was once essential to impose barriers at the scope of the subject. Metastasis is hence dis stubborn by way of website, and the sequence is geared up consequently. the 1st quantity within the sequence, Pulmonary Metastasis, was once an multiplied model of a Workshop held at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in 1977. This, the second one quantity, is predicated on an analogous workshop on metastasis to the mind, held on the Memorial Sloan-Kettering melanoma middle in September, 1978. In organiz ing either the workshop and in enhancing this quantity, now we have been excep tionally lucky to obtain the beneficiant cooperation of Dr. Jerome B. Posner, a working towards neurologic oncologist who has given freely of his ex pertise during this really good field.
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Thus, once an area of brain is destroyed by metastatic tumor, even effective treatment of the tumor is not likely to restore the patient's functions. Patients whose optic nerves are invaded by carcinoma of the breast benefit little from destruction of the tumor by radiation therapy. If a patient is already blind when radiation is begun, that patient will remain blind. As an example from elsewhere in the nervous system, when the spinal cord is compressed even by a radiosensitive metastatic tumor, the response to therapy depends on the patient's clinical state at the time therapy is begun (Gilbert et a1.
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Brain Metastasis by Jerome B. Posner (auth.), Leonard Weiss Sc.D., M.D., Ph.D., Harvey A. Gilbert M.D., Jerome B. Posner M.D. (eds.)