Brain Tumors by Harry S. Greenberg

Brain Tumors

byHarry S. Greenberg, William F. Chandler, Howard M. Sandler

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Written for neurologists and other physicians who participate in the diagnosis and treatment of brain tumors, this book synthesizes the authors' clinical experiences. The first seven chapters provide a foundation for tumor pathology, biology, radiology, and the treatment modalities ofsurgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy. The remaining eight chapters have a common format, reviewing the history, epidemiology, biology, pathology, clinical symptoms, differential diagnosis, treatment, prognosis, and complications of specific tumors.

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Harry S. Greenberg, William F. Chandler, and Howard M. Sandler are all at University of Michigan School of Medicine.
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Title:Brain TumorsFormat:HardcoverPublished:January 1, 1999Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:019512958X

ISBN - 13:9780195129588

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Table of Contents

1. Brain Tumor Classification, Grading, and Epidemiology:Classification and Grading/ Epidemiology2. Brain Tumor Biology:Glial Differentiation/ Angiogenesis/ Blood-Brain Barrier/ Chromosomal Changes/ Growth Factors, Receptors, and Cytokines/ Invasion/ Cell Kinetics and Proliferative Indices/ Drug Sensitivity and Resistance3. Tumor Imaging and Response:Tumor Imaging/ Tumor Treatment and Imaging4. Surgery for Brain Tumors:General Principles/ Open Surgery/ Stereotactic Surgery/ Endoscopic Surgery5. Radiation Therapy for Brain Tumors: Current Practice:Mechanisms of Radiotherapy/ Principles of Radiotherapy/ Tolerance of the Brain to Radiotherapy/ Radiation Necrosis/ Effects of Radiotherapy on Intelligence6. Radiation Therapy of Brain Tumors: Recent Advances and Experimental Methods:Conformal Radiotherapy/ Radiosurgery/ Interstitial Brachytherapy/ Boron Neutron Capture Therapy7. Brain Tumor Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy:Chemotherapy/ Immunotherapy8. Malignant Astrocytoma:History and Nomenclature/ Epidemiology/ Biology/ Pathology/ Clinical Symptoms/ Differential Diagnosis/ Diagnostic Workup/ Treatment/ Prognosis and Complications9. Pilocytic Astrocytoma, Low Grade Astrocytoma, and other Benign Neuroepithelial Neoplasms:Pilocytic Astrocytoma/ Low Grade Astrocytomas/ Other "Benign" Neuroepithelial Neoplasms10. Oligodendroglioma and Olgio-Astrocytoma:History and Nomenclature/ Epidemiology/ Biology/ Pathology/ Clinical Symptoms/ Differential Diagnosis/ Diagnostic Workup/ Treatment/ Prognosis and Complications11. Posterior Fossa Tumors:Medulloblastoma (Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor)/ Ependymoma/ Brainstem Gliomas/ Cerebral Pilocytic Astrocytomas/ Choroid Plexus Papillomas/ Dermoid and Epidermoid Cysts/ Subependymoma12. Primary Central Nervous System Lymphoma:History and Nomenclature/ Epidemiology/ Biology/ Pathology/ Clinical Symptoms/ Differential Diagnosis/ Diagnostic Workup/ Treatment/ Prognosis and Complications13. Pituitary and Pineal Region Tumors:Pituitary Tumors/ Pineal Region Tumors14. Extra-Axial Brain Tumors:Acoustic Neurinoma/ Meningiomas/ Skull Base Tumors15. Brain Metastases:History and Nomenclature/ Epidemiology/ Biology/ Pathology/ Clinical Symptoms/ Differential Diagnosis/ Diagnostic Workup/ Treatment/ Prognosis

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"The usefulness of the book's uniform chapter format such as this allows an individual to pick up the book as a quick reference. This is a very personal and useful book - the product of an experienced brain tumour dedicated multi-disciplinary team. I think this text book provides a goodhistorical overview and broad perspective of the treatment of brain tumours in the last two decades of the 20th Century." -- James R. Perry, Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences, Vol 27, No. 4, Nov 2000