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Rectal Cancer

International Perspectives on Multimodality Management

Czito, Brian G., Willett, Christopher G. (Eds.)

2010, XII, 316 p.

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From the reviews:

“Serve as an excellent resource on the multidisciplinary management of rectal cancer. … The international background of the authors brings immense value to this book. … The chapters are uniformly well-written, clear, and lucid. … This book will be of particular interest to radiation oncologists. … an outstanding source of clinically relevant information on the management of rectal cancer. … relevant for specialists in gastrointestinal oncology, but will also be very useful and accessible for all clinicians and trainees in surgical, medical, and radiation oncology.” (Prajnan Das, International Journal of Radiation Oncology • Biology • Physics, Vol. 79 (4), March, 2011)

“The book deals with the approaches to the patients suffering from rectal carcinoma. The authors analyse precisely all of the problems referring to … rectal carcinoma. They do not deviate from the main topic which makes the book coherent and keeps reader’s attention. There have been used up-to-date information based on facts and clinical evaluation of different studies. … can be considerably helpful to doctors searching for the complex data about rectal cancer and to the specialists who deal with rectal carcinoma therapy.” (V. Usakova and J. Usak, Neoplasma, March, 2011)

 

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