4 edition of Advances in cryosurgery found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Chinese Association of Refrigeration (CAR), International Society of Cryosurgery (ISC), International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR).|
|Contributions||Zhongguo zhi leng xue hui., International Society of Cryosurgery., International Institute of Refrigeration.|
|LC Classifications||RD33.4 .I58 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 612 p. :|
|Number of Pages||612|
|LC Control Number||89020117|
The book covers all practical aspects of cryosurgery and also offers a theoretical foundation for practice. Basic principles, equipment, and techniques are described, and procedures are explained step by step for a range of applications, including common benign lesions, vascular lesions, premalignant conditions, and : Springer Berlin Heidelberg. Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Patricia Wong, MD (Private Practice) Description: Since the first edition of this book was published in , there have been many advances in cryosurgery techniques, and now practitioners can precisely measure the temperature of freezing administered to obtain better cure rates. Numerous photographs illustrate the proper Pages:
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The book covers all practical aspects of cryosurgery and also Advances in cryosurgery book a theoretical foundation for practice. Basic principles, equipment, and techniques are described, and procedures are explained step by step for a range of applications, including common benign lesions, vascular lesions, premalignant conditions, and malignancies.4/5(1).
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The book covers all practical aspects of cryosurgery and also offers a theoretical foundation for practice. Basic principles, equipment, and techniques are described, and procedures are explained step by step for a range of applications, including common benign lesions, vascular lesions, premalignant conditions, and malignancies.
This book is an excellent review that updates the advances in the field of cryosurgery. Zacarian emphasizes the fundamentals of cryogenesis and the development of the cryolesion, documents the critical temperatures for normal and malignant cell destruction, and stresses the use of the double or triple freeze-thaw cycle in the treatment of malignant and Author: Edwin C.
Evert. This book aims to fill the gap created by and malignancies. An important feature is the coverage of the latest advances in combination treatments such as topical drugs and cryosurgery, ultrasound and cryosurgery, photography and cryosurgery, cryobiopsy, and immunocryosurgery. Use of cryosurgery as palliative treatment is also discussed, and.
It is well known that the freeze-thaw process can bring about cellular destruction. Surgeons have long tried to harness the destructive capacity of the freezing process for the treatment of liver tumors.
Recent advances in the design of cryosurgical instruments and mass marketing of such instruments have resulted in ready accessibility of this modality for the treatment of liver tumors. “This is by far the most comprehensive book on cryotherapy.
It covers biochemical intracellular and extracellular changes resulting from freezing as well as immunological mechanisms responsible for clearing cancer and warts. Cryosurgery is an operation in which low temperatures are used; the destruction of the tissue occurs application of extreme cold.
Cryosurgery is widely available in gynecologists' offices for the treatment of cervical neoplasias. A limited number of hospitals and cancer centers throughout the country currently have skilled doctors and the necessary technology to perform cryosurgery for other noncancerous, precancerous, and cancerous conditions.
Cryosurgery is an efficient cancer treatment which can be used for non-invasive ablation of some internal tumors such as liver and prostate.
Cryosurgery is typically used for tumors or precancerous lesions found on your skin. However, some tumors inside the body can be treated this way as well. Advances in cryosurgery technology have dramatically reduced the long-term side Author: Brian Krans.
Get this from a library. Advances in cryosurgery: 7th International Congress of Cryosurgery, October, Beijing, China. [Zhongguo zhi leng xue hui.; International Society of Cryosurgery.; International Institute of Refrigeration.;]. This is the eighth volume in the series of “Recent Advances in Surgery” and, as before, covers a broad field.
Several articles are of particular interest to the plastic surgeon and the first of these is a review article on the relief of pain. Newer advances in cryosurgical devices and magnetic resonance imaging have great promise in making cryosurgery a primary therapeutic modality. This paper will review the biologic issues related to the freezing of tissue and their impact on the development of cryosurgical devices, as well as discuss the newest developments at the forefront of Cited by: This book is an excellent and comprehensive review of cryosurgery for the management of benign and malignant tumors of the skin, oral cavity, eyelids, and the head and neck.
The text is directed toward the dermatologist, the head and neck surgeon, the ophthalmologist, and the plastic : Richard L. Anderson. Cryosurgery: advances in the application of low temperatures to medicine* B.
Rubinsky Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of California, Berkeley, CAUSA G. Onik Cryomedical Department, Allegheny General Hospital, Pittsburg, PAUSA Among the many applications of low temperature in medicine, the most significant recent advances have occurred in cryosurgery Cited by: Advances in the design of special cryobiomedical apparatus and a review of the trend of developments in the field of cryosurgery in China are discussed.
The typical structure of two special cryoprobes for treatment deep in the body and the technology of designing these probes are presented in by: 1.
A historical review of the field of cryosurgery is presented, showing how technological advances have affected the development of the field. This is followed by a more in-depth survey of two Author: Boris Rubinsky. Advances in cryosurgery While cryosurgery is not a new modality, the tools used to deliver the required temperature change are evolving, making the target areas very precise.
This enhanced precision reduces collateral tissue damage, leading to faster healing and less scarring. A technique new to breast cancer treatment that I hope will become the worldwide standard of care is cryosurgery (also called cryotherapy or cryoablation). I was fortunate enough to work with two women who had this procedure done by Dr.
Peter Littrup, an interventional radiologist who gained FDA approval for a device he invented and used to. By exploiting recent advances in imaging technology, three novel techniques in percutaneous cryosurgery were pioneered: As the liver and stomach heal rapidly following surgery, we used transabdominal approaches for tumors located in the pancreatic head; whereas transdorsal approaches were adopted for tumors located in the pancreatic body or by: 9.
Like Partridge: Neurological Physiotherapy: Bases of Evidence for Practice, each chapter in Recent Advances in Physiotherapy features a case report provided by a team of clinicians based on details from a real patient.
This book of recent advances provides readers with a way of keeping up-to-date with recent work in the discipline of physiotherapy, based on Reviews: 1.CiteScore: ℹ CiteScore: CiteScore measures the average citations received per document published in this title.
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