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Oral Cancer - Pathology and Management (2nd Edition)

Table of Contents

Introduction; Biology and oral cancer; Evaluating the patient with squamous cell carcinoma of the mouth; General principles of cancer surgery; Ablative cancer surgery of the mouth and jaws; Neck dissections; General principles of reconstructive surgery; Reconstruction of the mouth and jaws following ablative cancer surgery; Radiotherapy; Other treatment modalities.

Author Information

By Brian Avery, BDS FRCSEd FDS RCS, Consultant Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Middlesbrough General Hospital, UK; and George Dimitroulis, MDSc (Melb) FDSRCS (Eng) FFDRCS (Irel) FRACDS (OMS), Specialist Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon, Private Practice, Melbourne; Consultant Maxillofacial Surgeon, St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

From The Critics
A concise handbook designed for general dental and medical practitioners and junior hospital staff who may encounter patients with oral cancer, which briefly discusses the basic information covered in more comprehensive textbooks written for senior registrars and consultants with special interests in head and neck oncology. Ten chapters include an introduction and discussions of the biology of oral cancer, evaluating squamous cell carcinoma, general principles of cancer surgery, ablative cancer surgery of the mouth and jaws, neck dissections, general principles of reconstructive surgery, reconstruction of the mouth and jaws following ablative cancer surgery, radiotherapy, and other treatment modalities. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.