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Brain Oncology Biology, diagnosis and therapy

An international meeting on brain oncology, Rennes, France, September 4–5, 1986, held under the auspices of the Ministry of National Education, the University of Rennes and the Regional Hospital Rennes

  • M. Chatel
  • F. Darcel
  • J. Pecker
Book

Part of the Developments in Oncology book series (DION, volume 52)

Table of contents

  1. Clinico-Pathological Studies

    1. A. J. Voets, A. Keyser, M. Lenders, E. Meijer
      Pages 253-256
    2. C. Allaire, A. Legout, J. Pecker, J. M. Scarabin, B. Vallée, J. M. Brücher et al.
      Pages 267-270
    3. F. Labrousse, C. Fontaine, C. Marche, C. Fallet, C. Vedrenne
      Pages 271-273
    4. Th. Wallenfang, J. Bohl
      Pages 275-282
    5. L. Villette, I. Krivosic, F. Lesoin, A. Autricque, J. Clarisse, J. L. Christiaens et al.
      Pages 283-285
    6. F. Dubois, J. J. Lafitte, M. Rousseaux, F. Lesoin, F. R. Pruvot
      Pages 287-291
  2. Neurosurgical Procedures and Radiotherapy Trends

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 293-293
    2. J. P. Constans, A. Castresana, C. Daumas-Duport, Ch. Haie, O. Missir, C. Munari et al.
      Pages 295-299
    3. B. Irthum, J. Chazal, M. Mohr, A. M. Georget, P. Janny
      Pages 301-304
    4. V. A. Fasano, R. Urciuoli, P. Bolognese, G. Broggi
      Pages 305-307
    5. J. Ph. Maire, M. Dautheribes, N. Causse, D. Celerier, J. Guerin, M. Caudry
      Pages 319-322
    6. J. Ph. Maire, J. Guerin, M. Dautheribes, H. Demeaux, F. Guichard, M. Caudry
      Pages 323-328
    7. J. Ph. Maire, B. Coudin, M. Caudry, J. Guerin
      Pages 329-334
    8. M. Bamberg, M. Stuschke, V. Budach, H. Sack, S. Lufen
      Pages 339-343
    9. H. B. Coakham, A. G. Davies, R. B. Richardson, S. P. Bourne, J. T. Kemshead, J. Fabre et al.
      Pages 349-352
  3. Chemotherapy and Immunotherapy

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 353-354
    2. V. Budach, M. Bamberg, M. Stuschke, G. Czeglarski, S. Duwe
      Pages 373-376
    3. L. Le Moyec, S. Naruse, T. Higuchi, K. Hirakawa, H. Watari, B. P. Roques et al.
      Pages 377-380
    4. C. Remy, J. P. Albrand, S. Lotito, M. Jacrot, A. François, J. Riondel et al.
      Pages 381-384
    5. A. Horaczek, G. Baumgartner, P. Grunert, K. Kitz, E. Knosp, P. Vorkapic et al.
      Pages 385-386
    6. J. Theron, J. Ph. Moulinoux, A. Casasco, V. Quemener, P. Courtheoux, F. Alachkar et al.
      Pages 409-412
    7. F. Mikol, J. Moret, J. Mikol, A. Bouchareine, M. L. Aubin, C. Fisch
      Pages 419-421
    8. D. Gedouin, M. Ben-Hassel, H. Galloux, R. Gadan, J. J. Moreau, G. de Chambenoit et al.
      Pages 427-428
    9. E. Le Gall, M. Roussey, I. Casadevall, H. Jouan, M. Ben-Hassel, G. Le Clech et al.
      Pages 429-431
    10. B. Rama, J. Jansen, H. D. Mennel, E. Dingeldein
      Pages 433-434
    11. K. Fujisawa, T. Kanno, K. Yokoi, N. Suzuki, F. Mitsuyama, V. K. Jain
      Pages 445-448
  4. Back Matter
    Pages 449-459

About this book

Introduction

The International Meeting on Brain Oncology in Rennes was organised in honor of Jean Pecker, to pay tribute to his contribution to the development of neurological sciences and to take stock of the current state of knowledge on brain tumors, a domain in which the role of neurosurgery has been and will continue to be primordial. During the two-day conference, the major themes of brain oncology studies, both fundamental and clinical, were examined: oncogenesis, tumoral markers and immunology, metabolic and diagnosis imaging, prognostic factors and therapeutic strategies. The large number and high quality of participations resulted in a genuinely synthetic view of current advances in research, of which this book presents the essentials. We have attempted both to preserve the richness of scientific exchanges which occurred and to publish a great many oral and poster communications. The book respects the organization of conference sessions, and thus reflects the importance accorded to glial tumor studies. This may seem disproportionate given their frequency of occurrence in proportion to total numbers of intracranial tumor processes, but their gravity and quasi-total resistance to current therapeutic methods are ample justification. Moreover, this is the domain in which hopes of progress are beginning to appear, and it is becoming possible to envisage treatment based on recently established fundamental knowledge.

Keywords

Grading biopsy classification imaging surgery

Editors and affiliations

  • M. Chatel
    • 1
  • F. Darcel
    • 2
  • J. Pecker
    • 3
  1. 1.Department of NeurologyUniversity of RennesFrance
  2. 2.Department of NeuropathologyUniversity of RennesFrance
  3. 3.Department of NeurosurgeryUniversity of RennesFrance

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-3347-7
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1987
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-8003-3
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-3347-7
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