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Renda, Andrea

Multiple Primary Malignancies

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Table of contents

1. Nosography
Andrea Renda, Nicola Carlomagno

2. Epidemiology: Data from Cancer Registries
Maurizio Montella, Carlotta Buzzoni, Anna Crispo

3. Bioinformatics in MPM: Using Decision Trees To Predict a Second Tumor Site
Alberto Cavallo, Concetta Dodaro

4. Carcinogenesis
Nicola Carlomagno, Francesca Duraturo, Gennaro Rizzo, Cristiano Cremone, Paola Izzo, Andrea Renda

5. Iatrogenic Second Tumors
Pietro Lombari, Loredana Vecchione, Antonio Farella, Sebastiano Grassia, Fernando Vita, Giuseppe Catalano, Marco Salvatore, Andrea Renda

6. Immunodeficiency and Multiple Primary Malignancies
Michele Santangelo, Sergio Spiezia, Marco Clemente, Andrea Renda, Arturo Genovese, Giuseppe Spadaro, Concetta D’Orio, Gianni Marone, Stefano Federico, Massimo Sabbatini, Eliana Rotaia, Pierluca Piselli, Claudia Cimaglia, Diego Serraino

7. Multiple Primary Malignancies and Human Papilloma Virus Infections
Stefania Staibano, Massimo Mascolo, Lorenzo Lo Muzio, Gennaro Ilardi, Loredana Nugnes, Concetta Dodaro, Andrea Renda, Gaetano Rosa

8. The Hereditary Syndromes
Nicola Carlomagno, Luigi Pelosio, Akbar Jamshidi, Marius Yabi, Francesca Duraturo, Paola Izzo, Andrea Renda

9. Multifocal and Multicentric Tumors
Carlo Werra, Ivana Donzelli, Mario Perone, Rosa Di Micco, Gianclaudio Orabona

10. The Cancer Spectrum Related to Hereditary and Familial Breast and Ovarian Cancers
Matilde Pensabene, Rosaria Gesuita, Ida Capuano, Caterina Condello, Ilaria Spagnoletti, Eleonora De Maio, Flavia Carle, Stefano Pepe, Alma Contegiacomo

11. The Role of Genetic Predisposition and Environmental Factors in the Occurrence of Multiple Different Solid Tumors. The Experience of the University Hospital of Sienna
Francesco Cetta, Armand Dhamo, Annamaria Azzarà, Laura Moltoni

12. “Sporadic” Colorectal Tumors in Multiple Primary Malignancies
Concetta Dodaro, Enrico Russo, Giuseppe Spinosa, Luigi Ricciardelli, Andrea Renda

13. Multiple Primary Malignancies: “Non-codified” Associations
Alessandro Scotti, Alessandro Borrelli, Gioacchino Tedesco, Francesca Di Capua, Cristiano Cremone, Michele Giuseppe Iovino, Andrea Renda

14. Laboratory for Patients at Risk of Multiple Primary Malignancies
Marcello Caggiano, Angela Mariano, Massimiliano Zuccaro, Sergio Spiezia, Marco Clemente, Vincenzo Macchia

15. Multiple Primary Malignancies: Role of Advanced Endoscopy To Identify Synchronous and Metachronous Tumors of the Digestive Tract
Giuseppe Galloro, Luca Magno, Giorgio Diamantis, Antonio Pastore, Simona Ruggiero, Salvatore Gargiulo, Marcello Caggiano

16. Diagnostic Imaging Techniques for Synchronous Multiple Tumors
Vincenzo Tammaro, Sergio Spiezia, Salvatore D’Angelo, Simone Maurea, Giovanna Ciolli, Marco Salvatore

17. “DNA-Guided” Therapy
Nicola Carlomagno, Luigi Pelosio, Akbar Jamshidi, Francesca Duraturo, Paola Izzo, Andrea Renda

18. Chemoprevention
Pietro Lombari, Gaetano Aurilio, Fernando Vita, Giuseppe Catalano

19. Conclusions
Andrea Renda

Keywords: Medicine & Public Health, Surgery, Cancer Research, Human Genetics, Medicine/Public Health, general, Abdominal Surgery

Author(s)
Publisher
Springer
Publication year
2009
Language
en
Edition
1
Series
Updates in Surgery
Page amount
309 pages
Category
Medicine, Health Care, Mode
Format
Ebook
eISBN (PDF)
9788847010956

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