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Recent Concepts in Sarcoma Treatment

Proceedings of the International Symposium on Sarcomas, Tarpon Springs, Florida, October 8–10, 1987

  • James R. Ryan
  • Laurence O. Baker

Part of the Developments in Oncology book series (DION, volume 55)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-X
  2. David C. Dahlin
    Pages 1-6
  3. J. A. M. van Unnik, J. M. Coindre, G. Contesso, Ch. E. Albus-Lutter, T. Schiodt, T. Garcia Miralles et al.
    Pages 7-13
  4. Andrew G. Huvos
    Pages 14-17
  5. José Costa, Serge Leyvraz
    Pages 18-21
  6. Lennart Angervall, Lars-Gunnar Kindblom
    Pages 22-26
  7. P. Picci, G. Bacci, R. Capanna, M. Avella, N. Baldini, P. Ruggieri et al.
    Pages 27-29
  8. William F. Enneking
    Pages 30-39
  9. Bruce Mackay
    Pages 40-47
  10. John J. Brooks
    Pages 48-58
  11. Steven I. Hajdu
    Pages 59-64
  12. Marvin M. Romsdahl
    Pages 69-75
  13. Dempsey S. Springfield
    Pages 89-93
  14. Herman D. Suit, Henry J. Mankin, Christopher G. Willett, Mark C. Gebhardt, William C. Wood, Steven Skates
    Pages 94-103
  15. Man H. Shiu, Basil S. Hilaris, Murray F. Brennan
    Pages 104-114
  16. Frederick Eilber, Armando Giuliano, James Huth, Joseph Mirra, Gerald Rosen, Donald Morton
    Pages 115-122
  17. Alan R. Baker, Alfred E. Chang, Eli Glatstein, Steven A. Rosenberg
    Pages 123-129
  18. Laurence H. Baker
    Pages 130-135
  19. Harold M. Maurer
    Pages 136-143
  20. P. Picci, G. Bacci, F. Gherlinzoni, R. Capanna, M. Mercuri, P. Ruggieri et al.
    Pages 144-148
  21. Vivien Bramwell, J. Rouessé, W. Steward, A. Santoro, J. Buesa, H. Strafford-Koops et al.
    Pages 156-163
  22. J. Treuner, M. Keim, E. Koscielniak, D. Bürger, M. Herbst, K. Winkler et al.
    Pages 164-167
  23. Karen H. Antman
    Pages 174-182
  24. A. T. Van Oosterom, A. Santoro, J. Rouessé, H. T. Mouridsen, W. P. Steward, R. Somers et al.
    Pages 183-190
  25. Nael Martini, Patricia M. McCormack
    Pages 197-200
  26. George A. Omura
    Pages 201-209
  27. Douglas J. Pritchard
    Pages 235-238
  28. Michael A. Simon
    Pages 239-240
  29. R. Capanna, N. Guernelli, A. Briccoli, G. Bacci, P. Picci, R. Biagini et al.
    Pages 241-244
  30. Ralph C. Marcove, Andrew G. Huvos, Paul A. Meyers, Brenda Caparros-Sison, Gerald Rosen
    Pages 245-249
  31. Mark C. Gebhardt, Henry J. Mankin
    Pages 250-260
  32. R. S. Benjamin, S. P. Chawla, C. Carrasco, A. K. Raymond, T. Fanning, S. Wallace et al.
    Pages 269-274
  33. Norman Jaffe, A. Kevin Raymond, Alberto Ayala, Humberto Carrasco, Kuniaki Sesaki, Sidney Wallace et al.
    Pages 275-282
  34. Michael P. Link, Jonathan J. Shuster, Allen M. Goorin, Angela Miser, W. H. Meyer, Judith E. Kingston et al.
    Pages 283-290
  35. P. Picci, G. Bacci, R. Capanna, E. Madon, G. Paolucci, M. Marangolo et al.
    Pages 291-295
  36. C. Kalifa, N. Mlika, J. DuBousset, G. Contesso, D. Vanel, J. Lumbroso
    Pages 301-305
  37. J. M. V. Burgers, M. van Glabbeke, C. Kalifa, P. A. Voute, A. van Oosterom, A. Busson et al.
    Pages 306-312
  38. Kiyoo Furuse
    Pages 313-319

About this book

Introduction

There have been significant advances in the treatment of sarcomas in the past several years. Further, different clini­ cal treatment programs are being advocated in different areas including surgery alone, surgery with preoperative or post­ operative chemotherapy, surgery with different radiotherapy modalities, with each investigator espousing his own treat­ ment program. On the other side, there is the question of whether these treatment programs are offering better results or whether the natural history of sarcomas has changed. The International Symposium on Sarcomas was held at Innisbrook Resort, Tarpon Springs, Florida, October 8-10, 1987. This was the first international symposium to date involving all of the disciplines treating sarcomas including pathologists, orthopaedic surgeons, general surgeons, medical oncologists, pediatric oncologists, and radiation oncol­ ogists. The Symposium brought together a number of special­ ists working in the clinical field of sarcomas for a presen­ tation of their specific treatment programs and their results. The presentations were followed by panel discussions to stimulate educational debate as to the different forms of treatment for sarcomas and to formulate some conformity in control of disease, control of spread, and ultimate function for the patient. James R. Ryan, M.D.

Keywords

Grading Staging Tumor biopsy diagnosis electron microscopy surgery

Editors and affiliations

  • James R. Ryan
    • 1
  • Laurence O. Baker
    • 2
  1. 1.Department of Orthopedic SurgeryWayne State University School of MedicineDetroitUSA
  2. 2.Department of Internal Medicine, Division of Hematology-OncologyWayne State University School of MedicineDetroitUSA

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-2691-2
  • Copyright Information Springer Science+Business Media B.V. 1988
  • Publisher Name Springer, Dordrecht
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-94-010-7714-9
  • Online ISBN 978-94-009-2691-2
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