4 edition of Breast Diseases found in the catalog.
August 21, 1989
Written in English
|Contributions||Fred Kubli (Editor), Dietrich v. Fournier (Editor), H. Junkermann (Editor), M. Bauer (Editor), M. Kaufmann (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||548|
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It is well referenced and well written. This compact book is a great overview of breast diseases. It enables readers to become familiar with this area and provides references for further : Hardcover.
Diseases of the Breast. Completely revised and updated, and now in full color throughout, the Fourth Edition of this definitive reference is a must for all clinicians who treat breast diseases. Leading experts summarize the current knowledge of breast diseases, including their clinical features, management, underlying biologies, and epidemiologies/5(6).
The ABC of Breast Diseases provides comprehensive guidance to the assessment of symptoms, and how to manage all common breast conditions and provides guidelines on referral. It covers congenital problems, breast infection and mastalgia, before addressing the epidemiology, prevention, screening and diagnosis of breast cancer/5(6).
"This is an excellent reference for fellows and other clinicians caring for patients with breast disease. Its main advantages over similar books are the breadth of coverage as well as the quality of information and analysis.
The previous edition was published four years ago, a long time in the rapidly changing field of breast oncology, 5/5(4). In addition to complete coverage of malignant breast diseases, benign diseases are discussed in relation to subsequent breast cancer development.
The book reviews all major clinical trials and summarizes the information they provide on early detection and management of breast cancer.