New PDF release: An atlas of gynecologic oncology
By J. Richard Smith, Giuseppe Del Priore, Robert L. Coleman, John M. Monaghan, John Curtin
(Martin Dunitz) manhattan Univ., long island urban. Atlas for postgraduates serious about the surgical administration of gynecological malignancy. contains a complete description of the vast majority of investigative and surgeries required of the gynecological oncologist. supplies transparent written and pictorial guide. comprises colour hand-drawn illustrations and photographs.
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Elevated levels are seen in pregnancy and in benign liver disease. Serum levels are raised in most patients with liver tumours and in some with gastric, pancreatic, colon and bronchogenic malignancies (Onsrud 1991). In women with endodermal sinus tumours and embryonal carcinomas, AFP is a reliable marker for monitoring response to therapy and detecting recurrences (Chow et al 1996, Zalel et al 1996). It also accurately predicts the presence of yolk sac elements in mixed germ-cell tumours (Olt et al 1990).
Multivariate analysis identified preoperative CA125 levels as the most powerful prognostic factor for survival, the risk of dying of disease being 6 times higher in patients with CA125 elevation. Postoperative CA125 levels and measurements taken during chemotherapy have been found to be significant prognostic indicators. It is important to state here that in the immediate postoperative period CA125 levels can be elevated as a result of abdominal surgery (Yedema et al 1993a) and measurements should be postponed until just before chemotherapy is begun.
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An atlas of gynecologic oncology by J. Richard Smith, Giuseppe Del Priore, Robert L. Coleman, John M. Monaghan, John Curtin