Germ Cell Tumours III
- W.G. Jones, Yorkshire Regional Cancer Organisation, Cookridge Hospital, Leeds, UK
- P. Harnden, Department of Histopathology, The General Infirmary at Leeds, Leeds, UK
- I. Appleyard, Airedale General Hospital, Keighley, UK
For consultants, medical staff and laboratory scientists with an interest in epidemiology, aetiology, pathology, molecular genetics, surgery and medical oncology.
- Published: June 1994
- Imprint: PERGAMON
- ISBN: 978-0-08-042198-8
Table of Contents
Selected papers: Embryological mechanisms of maldescent and tumourigenesis (J.M. Hutson et al.). Pathology and cytogenetics of germ cell tumours in children (F. Raafat). Contralateral biopsies in patients with testicular germ cell tumour - the German experience (K.-P. Dieckmann, V. Loy). Molecular genetics in germ cell tumours (R.S.K. Chaganti et al.). The Wilms' tumour 1 gene in testicular cancer patients (K. Heimdal et al.). Chemotherapy of seminoma (A. Horwich). Good risk chemotherapy trials for patients with advanced germ cell tumours: the MSKCC experience (T.A. Murray et al.). Prognostic factors in disseminated non-seminomatous testicular cancer (R. de Wit et al.). Management of central nervous system metastases in patients with disseminated germ cell tumours (C.R. Nichols). Salvage chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplantation: 9-year experience at Institut Gustave-Roussy (S. Culine et al.). Late side effects in patients treated for testicular cancer (N. Aass, S.D. Fosså). Is there any relationship between vasectomy and testicular cancer? (I. Appleyard). Germ cell tumours and carcinoma in situ of the testis detected by fine needle biopsy (J.O. Grosse et al.).
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