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Decision Making in Radiation Oncology

J. J. Lu

Decision Making in Radiation Oncology

Volume 2

by J. J. Lu

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Published by Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine,
  • Radiotherapy,
  • Oncology,
  • Medical Radiology

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Jiade J. Lu, Luther W. Brady
    SeriesMedical Radiology -- 0
    ContributionsBrady, Luther W., 1925-, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25534470M
    ISBN 109783642163326, 9783642163333

    Medical Imaging Back cover copy Decision Making in Radiation Oncology is a reference book designed to enable radiation oncologists, including those in training, to make diagnostic and treatment decisions effectively and efficiently. Simply digitizing the directive completed and signed by the physician does not necessarily lead to more efficient use. Oncology nurses translate, interpret, and explain cancer care options to patients and caregivers while supporting them in making treatment decisions based on personal goals and relevant data. Detailed guidelines are provided for multidisciplinary cancer management as well as for radiation therapy techniques. Contralateral Prophylactic Mastectomy Contralateral prophylactic mastectomy CPM is the removal of the healthy breast in the treatment of a unilateral cancer.

    Although national rates of BCS for early stage breast cancers are on the rise, rates of mastectomy have increased in young patients for reasons that are unclear. Once imaging studies are completed, additional steps are needed for the cases with multiple imaging Decision Making in Radiation Oncology book in that they need to be geometrically registered to each other so that the derived information can be consolidated into a self-consistent picture of the patient. Most breast cancer patients are at a very low risk for developing a contralateral cancer, and yet the choice for CPM appears to be motivated by fear of developing a new cancer in the healthy breast. Other factors associated with low reconstruction rates include older patient age, advanced disease, presence of comorbidities, and lack of access to reconstructive surgeons 1945 — Although this study was conducted at the time when multidisciplinary care was not as prevalent as it is today, it did demonstrate how multidisciplinary care may influence treatment choices

    Increased awareness of familial breast cancer syndromes may also be affecting mastectomy rates in younger women, who are at higher risk for having a deleterious genetic mutation and therefore may be choosing bilateral mastectomy for the treatment of a unilateral cancer. Figure 9. Once imaging studies are completed, additional steps are needed for the cases with multiple imaging studies in that they need to be geometrically registered to each other so that the derived information can be consolidated into a self-consistent picture of the patient. The quality of the illustrations is very good.


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