Lung Cancer 2021, Part 1, An Issue of Thoracic Surgery Clinics

Author
Edited by Farid M. Shamji, MD, FRCS ©
ISBN
9780323793537
Publication Date
06-08-2021
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In this issue of Thoracic Surgery Clinics, guest editor Farid Shamji brings considerable expertise to the topic of Lung Cancer.


Key Features
  • Provides in-depth, clinical reviews on Lung Cancer, providing actionable insights for clinical practice.
  • Presents the latest information on this timely, focused topic under the leadership of experienced editors in the field; Authors synthesize and distill the latest research and practice guidelines to create these timely topic-based reviews.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
ISBN 9780323793537
Author Information Edited by Farid M. Shamji, MD, FRCS ©, Cardiothoracic Surgeon, Ottawa Ontario Canada
Table of Content How to Design and Foster Thoracic Oncology Multidisciplinary Cancer Conferences
Guiding Principles in the Management of Synchronous and Metachronous Primary Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer
When Is It Safe to Operate for Lung Cancer? Selection of Fiscally Responsible Cardiopulmonary Function Tests for Limited Resection (Wedge Resection and Segmentectomy), Standard Lobectomy, Sleeve Lobectomy, and Pneumonectomy
Management of Air Leaks and Residual Spaces Following Lung Resection
Extended Pulmonary Resection by Sleeve Lobectomy and Carinal Pneumonectomy: Selection and Technique
Role of the Thoracic Radiologist in the Evaluation and Management of Solid and Subsolid Lung Nodules
Recognition and Management of Acute and Late Complications of Pneumonectomy: Clinical Cases and Treatment
Constants and Currents in the Education and Training of General Thoracic Surgeons
Assessment and Rehabilitation of the Compromised Patient Prior to Thoracotomy
Is Small Cell Lung Cancer a Surgical Disease at the Present Time?
Embolotherapy in Bronchial Hemorrhage
Ethics for Thoracic Surgeons in the Management of Lung Cancer
Oligometastatic Lung Cancer Defined by Biology, Science, and Secondary Growths
Implications of Adverse Biological Factors and Management of Solitary Fibrous Tumors of the Pleura
Can Biologic Aggressiveness and Metastatic Potential of Primary Lung Cancer Be Predicted from Clinical Staging Alone?
Publication Date 06-08-2021
Pages 240
Stock Status In Stock
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