Multiple Myeloma by Thomas MoehlerMultiple Myeloma by Thomas Moehler

Multiple Myeloma

byThomas MoehlerEditorHartmut Goldschmidt

Paperback | May 30, 2013

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Multiple myeloma is currently still an incurable disease, but during the past decade knowledge of its molecular pathogenesis has increased rapidly. This has led to remarkable progress in both diagnosis and therapy, including in particular the approval of novel and first-in-class drugs such as thalidomide, bortezomib, and lenalidomide. This book, written by internationally acknowledged experts, covers a wide range of topics relating to multiple myeloma, including history, epidemiology, pathophysiology, clinical features, staging, and prognostic systems. The principal focus, however, is on therapy, with detailed information on the various promising treatment options which give hope that this cancer will be transformed into a chronic disease or even become curable. Individualized therapy and the variety of supportive treatment options, as described in this volume, will help in achieving this goal, as well as in reducing adverse events and improving quality of life.
Title:Multiple MyelomaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:340 pagesPublished:May 30, 2013Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:3642267998

ISBN - 13:9783642267994

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Table of Contents

History and epidemiology.- Pathophysiology: Molecular biology of plasma cell disorders. Alterations in microenvironment.- Clinical Features: Imaging. Integrated innovative approach for diagnosis and staging.- Therapy: High-dose chemotherapy and ABSCT.- Allogeneic transplantation. Novel Drugs.- Immunotherapeutic approaches.- First-line treatment and maintenance.- Relapse.- Radiotherapy.- Kyphoplasty.- Supportive Therapy.- Appendix: Staging and prognosis systems.