Enfermedades de la mama, 4th Edition

Enfermedades de la mama, 4th Edition

La 4.ª edición de esta obra, totalmente revisada, actualizada, y ahora en color en todo su contenido, es una referencia obligada para cualquier médico que trate las enfermedades de la mama. Algunos de los mejores expertos resumen los conocimientos actuales sobre las patologías mamarias, incluidos su tratamiento, sus características clínicas, su biología y su epidemiología. Además de la cobertura completa de las neoplasias malignas, se presentan también las neoplasias benignas de la mama en relación con su posterior transformación maligna. La obra repasa los principales ensayos clínicos realizados y resume la información que han aportado sobre la detección y el tratamiento precoz del cáncer de mama, con especial atención a la importancia creciente de la genética y la biología molecular en este campo. En la presente edición han participado más de treinta nuevos autores, se han añadido o reescrito catorce capítulos y se incorporan capítulos con una mayor orientación a la clínica. La obra incluye también la guía desplegable Anatomical Chart Company's Breast Anatomy and Disorders Pocket Guide, que proporciona una visión global con texto e imágenes de la anatomía, los trastornos y el autoexamen de la mama. Gracias a su superficie plastificada, que permite escribir y borrar sobre ella, esta guía sirve de gran ayuda al médico que quiere comunicar conceptos a otros sanitarios, las pacientes y sus familiares.

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ISBN 139788496921627
ISBN 10849692162X
Reward Points 194
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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Author / Editor: Jay R. Harris / Marc E. Lippman / Monica Morrow / C. Kent Osborne
Publisher: LWW
Release Date: 28 Aug 2010
Edition: 4th Edition
Imprint: LWW
Print Book ISBN: 9788496921627
Pages: 1200
Dimensions: 7.05 lb X 8.40 in X 10.70 in

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