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TitleThe Causation and Clinical Management of Pelvic Radiation Disease [electronic resource] / edited by P. F. Schofield, E. W. Lupton
ImprintLondon : Springer London, 1989
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Descript XVIII, 153 p. 77 illus. online resource


Material for this book was gathered in the early 1980's in Manchester, where a higher incidence than usual of complications in the gastro-intestinal and urinary tract was observed. Part I describes the principles and methods of radiotherapy for pelvic tumours, pathological features and radiological analysis of bowel and urinary tract changes. Parts II and III are devoted to clinical assessment and management, where the need for a multi-diciplinary approach is emphasized


1 General Principles -- 1 Radiotherapy Techniques -- 2 Pathology of Radiation Injury -- 3 Radiology of Radiation Injury -- 2 Bowel Disorders -- 4 Clinical Features of Radiation Bowel Disease -- 5 Experimental Findings in Radiation Bowel Disease -- 6 Treatment of Radiation Bowel Disease -- 3 Urinary Tract Disorders -- 7 Predisposing Factors, Clinical Features, Investigations: Radiation Urinary Tract Disease -- 8 Treatment of Radiation Urinary Tract Disease -- 9 Conclusions and the Future

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