Principles and Practice of Radiotherapy Techniques in Thoracic Malignancies by Gokhan OzyigitPrinciples and Practice of Radiotherapy Techniques in Thoracic Malignancies by Gokhan Ozyigit

Principles and Practice of Radiotherapy Techniques in Thoracic Malignancies

byGokhan OzyigitEditorUgur Selek, Erkan Topkan

Hardcover | April 14, 2016

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This evidence-based guide on the use of radiotherapy in patients with common malignancies of the lung, esophagus, and thymus will help radiation oncologists to deliver optimal care within a multidisciplinary setting. Detailed information is provided on all aspects, from delineation of tumor volumes and organs at risk based on four-dimensional CT simulation through to the various advanced radiotherapy techniques, including stereotactic ablative radiotherapy (SABR), intensity-modulated radiation therapy (IMRT), tomotherapy, volumetric modulated arc therapy (VMAT), and proton therapy. Contouring, treatment planning, and treatment delivery are documented in a range of everyday cases, with illustrations of slice-by-slice delineations on planning CT images and finalized treatment plans based on detailed acceptance criteria. Numerous practical tips are highlighted, and relevant information is included on surgical techniques and systemic therapies. The book will facilitate decision making in the management of patients with common thoracic malignancies and assist in overcoming the challenges encountered in daily clinical practice.

Gokhan Ozyigit graduated from Hacettepe University Faculty of Medicine (English) in 1996 and then obtained ECFMG Certification in the USA. In 2001 he completed his Residency at the Department of Radiation Oncology at Hacettepe University. He later became a Research Fellow at the Departments of Radiation Oncology at Washington Universit...
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Title:Principles and Practice of Radiotherapy Techniques in Thoracic MalignanciesFormat:HardcoverDimensions:533 pagesPublished:April 14, 2016Publisher:Springer NatureLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:3319287591

ISBN - 13:9783319287591

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Table of Contents

1. Selection criteria for definitive treatment approach in thoracic malignancies of Radiation

Oncology perspectives

2. Guidelines for the delineation of primary tumor target volume in lung cancer

3. Guidelines for the delineation of lymphatics target volumes in lung cancer

4. Stereotactic ablative body radiotherapy for early stage and metastatic

NSCLC

5. Stereotactic radiosurgery for metastatic NSCLC

6. Surgical staging and advanced surgical techniques in early stage NSCLC

7. Modern radiotherapy techniques in locally advanced NSCLC

8. Radiochemotherapy and fractionation in locally advanced NSCLC

9. Systemic therapy in the management of NSCLC & SCLC

10. Modernradiotherapy techniques in limited and extensive stage SCLC

11. Cranial prophylaxis in

SCLC and NSCLC

12. Translational research and immunotherapy in lung cancer

13. Target volume delineation guidelines in esophageal cancer

14. Surgery and advanced surgical techniques in esophageal cancers

15. Modern radiotherapy tehniques in esophageal cancers

16. Systemic therapies in esophageal cancers

17. Target volume delineation guidelines in thymic malignancies

18. Surgery in thymic malignancies

19. Modern radiotherapy techniques in thymic malignancies

20. Systemic therapies in thymic malignancies

21. Target volume delineatio

n guidelines in malignant pleuralmesothelioma

22. Surgery in malignant pleural mesothelioma

23. Modern radiotherapy techniques in malignant pleuralmesothelioma

24. Systemic therapies in malignant pleural mesothelioma

25. Radiation induced toxicity and related strategy on lung, heart,

esophagus, and cord

26. Stereotactic ablative and intensity modulated proton therapy for thoracic

malignancies

27. Quality assurance of modern radiotherapy techniques