Endoscopic Approaches to Cancer Diagnosis and Treatment
The progress and widespread application of endoscopy has made it possible to diagnose and treat cancer in any organ with a tract or cavity. During the past few years, rapid strides in endoscopic techniques have been made, with the successful application to cancerous areas of high-frequency electric currents, lasers, ultrasonography and semi-conducting electronics combined with the use of computers.
- Hardback | 172 pages
- 156 x 234mm | 950g
- 28 Nov 1990
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
History of endoscopic diagnosis and treatment, T.Takemoto et al; recent advances in endoscopic diagnosis of esophago-gastric cancer, S.Takusu; new progress in endoscopic diagnosis by electronic endoscope, S.Fukuchi and Y.Hoshihara; percutaneous transhepatic cholangioscopy, Y.Nimura; recent advances in endoscopic treatment, Y.Oguro; radical endoscopic treatment for early gastric cancer, T.Takekoshi et al.