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The Effect of Laser Induced Thermal Ablation on...
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The Effect of Laser Induced Thermal Ablation on Liver Tumours ab 78.99 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medizin,

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Methods of Cancer Diagnosis, Therapy and Prognosis
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This third volume in the series Methods of Cancer Diagnosis, Therapy and Prognosis discusses diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of Gastrointestinal Cancers. Both standard and emerging therapies for these cancers, written by expert oncologists/pathologists in this field, are included.This fully illustrated volume* Includes various aspects of esophageal cancer, gastric cancer, and pancreatic cancer* Highlights the methodologies used for diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of these different cancers* Explains the molecular mechanisms underlying these cancers* Discusses the evaluation of FDG-PET/CT fusion imaging, endoscopic ultrasound and imaging, and the role of microRNA in prognosis* Details the classification of colon and gastric histological samples* Highlights treatments, including radiofrequency ablation and surgical debulking, endoscopic submucosal dissection, laparoscopic gastrectomy of gastric cancer and pancreaticoduodenectomy* Reviews use of radiotherapy and chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer patients* Discusses a large number of imaging modalities for diagnosing these cancers and assessing the different treatmentsProfessor Hayat has summarized the problems associated with the complexities of research publications and has been successful in editing a must-read volume for oncologists, cancer researchers, medical teachers and students of cancer biology.Each year, tens of millions of people are respectively. The following data indicate diagnosed worldwide with cancer, and the burden (seriousness) of gastrointestinal more than half of these patients eventu- cancer, liver cancer, and colorectal cancers ally die from this disease. The severity of globally and in the United States. (Table 1) the burden of cancer becomes really clear Surgical and molecular therapies and pr- by knowing that there were ? 10, 862, 496 nostic markers for gastrointestinal stromal new cancer cases (excluding skin cancer) tumors are discussed in this volume. Role in the world in 2002, and the number of of anticancer drugs and monoclonal an- deaths caused by this disease in the same bodies specific for these tumors are also year was ? 6,723,887 (GLOBOCAN). discussed. Imaging modality assessing the The number of deaths due to cancer in the effect of anticancer imatinib on these tumors United States was estimated to be 559, 650 is included. Diagnostic and prognostic (Am. Cancer Soc. ). Cancer is caused by markers of clinical outcomes using che- both external factors (tobacco, chemicals, therapy and hormone replacement therapy radiation, and infectious organisms) and for gastric adenocarcinoma are detailed. internal factors (inherited mutations, hor- Also, are discussed immunohistochem- mones, immune conditions, and mutations try of esophageal cancer progression, and that occur from metabolism). diagnostic and therapeutic methodologies All cancer types caused by cigarette for biliary tumors.

Anbieter: buecher
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Methods of Cancer Diagnosis, Therapy and Prognosis
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This third volume in the series Methods of Cancer Diagnosis, Therapy and Prognosis discusses diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of Gastrointestinal Cancers. Both standard and emerging therapies for these cancers, written by expert oncologists/pathologists in this field, are included.This fully illustrated volume* Includes various aspects of esophageal cancer, gastric cancer, and pancreatic cancer* Highlights the methodologies used for diagnosis, therapy, and prognosis of these different cancers* Explains the molecular mechanisms underlying these cancers* Discusses the evaluation of FDG-PET/CT fusion imaging, endoscopic ultrasound and imaging, and the role of microRNA in prognosis* Details the classification of colon and gastric histological samples* Highlights treatments, including radiofrequency ablation and surgical debulking, endoscopic submucosal dissection, laparoscopic gastrectomy of gastric cancer and pancreaticoduodenectomy* Reviews use of radiotherapy and chemotherapy for pancreatic cancer patients* Discusses a large number of imaging modalities for diagnosing these cancers and assessing the different treatmentsProfessor Hayat has summarized the problems associated with the complexities of research publications and has been successful in editing a must-read volume for oncologists, cancer researchers, medical teachers and students of cancer biology.Each year, tens of millions of people are respectively. The following data indicate diagnosed worldwide with cancer, and the burden (seriousness) of gastrointestinal more than half of these patients eventu- cancer, liver cancer, and colorectal cancers ally die from this disease. The severity of globally and in the United States. (Table 1) the burden of cancer becomes really clear Surgical and molecular therapies and pr- by knowing that there were ? 10, 862, 496 nostic markers for gastrointestinal stromal new cancer cases (excluding skin cancer) tumors are discussed in this volume. Role in the world in 2002, and the number of of anticancer drugs and monoclonal an- deaths caused by this disease in the same bodies specific for these tumors are also year was ? 6,723,887 (GLOBOCAN). discussed. Imaging modality assessing the The number of deaths due to cancer in the effect of anticancer imatinib on these tumors United States was estimated to be 559, 650 is included. Diagnostic and prognostic (Am. Cancer Soc. ). Cancer is caused by markers of clinical outcomes using che- both external factors (tobacco, chemicals, therapy and hormone replacement therapy radiation, and infectious organisms) and for gastric adenocarcinoma are detailed. internal factors (inherited mutations, hor- Also, are discussed immunohistochem- mones, immune conditions, and mutations try of esophageal cancer progression, and that occur from metabolism). diagnostic and therapeutic methodologies All cancer types caused by cigarette for biliary tumors.

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The Effect of Laser Induced Thermal Ablation on...
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The Effect of Laser Induced Thermal Ablation on Liver Tumours ab 78.99 EURO

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Lasers and Thin Films: Pulsed Laser Deposition ...
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Over the past few years, the Pulsed Laser Deposition (PLD) technique has emerged as one of the simplest and most versatile methods for the deposition of thin films of a wide variety of materials. The stoichiometric removals of constituent species from the target during the ablation, as well as the relatively small no of control parameters, are two major advantages of PLD over some of the other physical deposition techniques. Magnetic materials encompass a wide variety of materials, which are used in a diverse range of applications. They are used for the storage of data on audio and video tape as well as on computer disks. In the field of medicine, they are used in body scanners. The single crystal like thin films of Barrium hexaferrite (BaFe12O19) were deposited on sapphire (Al2O3) substrate using Pulse Laser Deposition technique. The effect of external magnetic field on the film deposition was investigated. Crystallographic orientation andtexture were determined using X-Ray diffractometer. Diffuse reflectance spectra, absorption edge and band gap energy were determined by spectrometer. Magnetic parameters (coercivity and remanance) were deduced from Vibrating Sample Magnetometer.

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The Effect of Laser Induced Thermal Ablation on...
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Laser thermal ablation (LTA) is an in situ ablative techniquethat induces heat destruction of liver tumours. Despite increasingclinical use of LTA, reports of long-term outcomes and limitationsof treatment in specific cohorts of patients with liver tumours arelacking. In addition, the mechanisms of action of therapy are notfully understood. This book highlights some of the clinical resultsand limitations of LTA in the treatment of colorectal livermetastases and examines its mechanisms of action. Overall, there isa high incidence of local tumour recurrence following thermalablation due to incomplete tumour destruction and regional andextrahepatic tumour recurrences. The mechanisms of action ofthermal ablation appear to be multifactorial with interplay ofseveral factors. An understanding and manipulation of the processesmay further ensure complete tumour destruction and reduce local anddistal recurrences. This may encourage more widespread use of thistechnology for the treatment of liver tumours. This book should beespecially useful for health professionals and researchers with aninterest in the ever expanding field of thermal ablation of livertumours.

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Two-Dimensional Computer Model of Human Atrial ...
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A finite-element model of a two-dimensional slice of human atrial tissue for the study of the electrograms and propagation of action potentials is presented. Action potential propagation is described by a reaction-diffusion model coupled with the complex Courtemanche et al. atrial cell model. The effects of recording electrode size and location on electrograms are presented. Action potential propagation as a result of atrial fibrillation ablation therapy is also modeled by defining a lesion area with decreased electrical conductivity. The effect of electrical conductivity and geometry of the lesion was also studied. It is shown that the success rate of atrial fibrillation ablation therapy is primarily correlated with the creation of continuous ablation lines and also the formation of fibrous tissue.

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Growth and Reproduction of South Indian Fresh W...
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The increasing demand for high-protein food from aquatic sources and the necessity to find an alternative for fisheries have given rise to a world-wide expansion of crustacean aquaculture. The bottleneck in crustacean aquaculture industry is the limited availability of quality seed. Eyestalk ablation technique is now practiced in the shrimp farms world-wide to induce spawning. The limitation with eyestalk-ablation-induced reproduction is the poor quality of the seed produced and high mortality in the brood stock. To overcome the above problems, one important task for the aquaculture biotechnologists will be finding the alternatives for eyestalk ablation that can accomplish the same increase in productivity. For a long time, biogenic amines have been considered as neurotransmitters and regulate a variety of functions including reproduction in crustaceans. This study aims at elucidating the effect of dopamine, serotonin and melatonin on ovarian maturation and growth in the fresh water edible crab, Oziotelphusa senex senex. This book provides valuable information to those working for hatchery industry and scientists working in the area of aquaculture and also to the interested layman.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Shrimp Farming Trial On The Red Sea Coast Of Sudan
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The present study was designed to assess and document the first commercial shrimp farming operation in the Sudanese Red Sea coast and its possible effect on future expansion of this practice in the country. Also, the study aimed at discussing the major impacts associated with such expansion as well as the necessary measures needed for a responsible shrimp farming along the Red Sea coast.In Sudan, aquaculture has been recognized long time ago by the government as potential area of interest. However, most of the focus was given to freshwater aquaculture and this is limited to extensive tilapia culture in the vicinity of Khartoum,capital. The only marine aquaculture practice is oyster, Pinctada margaritifera, culture in the northern Red Sea coast which was initiated in 1979. The first commercial shrimp farming in Sudan was initiated by Baabood Company in 2002. The total farm area is 20 ha and it is located 40 km south of Portsudan on the Red Sea coast. P. monodon and P. indicus, are spawned in the hatchery using the technique of unilateral eyestalk ablation of females to achieve ovarian maturation and spawning.

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