Urological Cancers in Clinical Practice / edited by Jonathan Waxman

Urological oncology constitutes 20% of all malignant disease, and includes renal, bladder, prostate and testicular cancer. This is an area of medical and scientific interest, where advances in clinical practice and translational research have led to significant changes in the way that patients are managed.The book summarizes developments in all areas of urological cancer including clinical and molecular advances. The aim of the book is to educate urologists and oncologists so that they are able to understand scientific developments within urological oncology and be up to date with clinical practice in this area. The book includes within its ambit both guidelines for clinical practice and synopses of advances in science research.This practical handbook provides a distillation of current practice and research for oncologists and urologists in clinical practice.

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Person: Waxman, Jonathan [Author]
Format: eBook
Language(s):English
Publication:London : Springer-Verlag London Limited, 2007
Subjects:Oncology
Urology
Medicine
Urologische Onkologie
Notes:Includes bibliographical references and index
Physical description:Online-Ressource : v.: digital
Reproduction:Online-Ausg., 2007, Springer eBook Collection. Medicine, Electronic reproduction; Available via World Wide Web
ISBN:978-1-84628-507-3
DOI:10.1007/978-1-84628-507-3
Basic Classification: 44.88 Urologie, Nephrologie
44.81 Onkologie
Further information:Inhaltsverzeichnis