3 edition of Practical approaches to cancer invasion and metastases found in the catalog.
Practical approaches to cancer invasion and metastases
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||contributors, B.S. Aron ... [et al.] ; edited by A. Robert Kagan with the assistance of Richard J. Steckel ; foreword by Luther W. Brady and H.-P. Heilmann.|
|Contributions||Aron, Bernard S., Kagan, A. Robert 1936-, Steckel, Richard J., 1936-|
|LC Classifications||RC269.5 .P73 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 144 p. :|
|Number of Pages||144|
|ISBN 10||354056375X, 038756375X|
|LC Control Number||93042006|
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Practical Approaches to Cancer Invasion and Metastases: The majority of the patients with metastatic disease will have metastases to bone as the dominant site of metastatic disease primarily from cancers of the breast and lung but other metastatic sites will be common including lung, liver, mediastinal and retro-peritoneallymph node groups Manufacturer: Springer.
Practical Approaches to Cancer Invasion and Metastases A Compendium of Radiation Oncologists’ Responses to 40 Histories. Editors: Kagan, (Ed.) Free Preview. The majority of the patients with metastatic disease will have metastases to bone as the dominant site of metastatic disease primarily from cancers of the breast and lung but other metastatic sites will be common including lung, liver, mediastinal and retro-peritoneallymph node groups as well as brain and spinal cord.
Metastasis is the leading reason for the resultant mortality of patients with cancer. The past few decades have witnessed remarkable progress in understanding the molecular and cellular basis of this lethal process in cancer. The current article summarizes some of the key progress in this area and discusses the role of cell junctions, cell adhesions, epithelial-mesenchymal transition, Cited by: Introduction to Cancer Metastasis provides, in one place, an overview of organ-specific cancer metastasis and the most common sites of cancer metastasis.
Through specific chapters on individual primary cancers, their metastasis, and chapters on common metastatic sites, this volume comprehensively informs readers about the broader knowledge base in cancer metastasis. Anti-EGFR family antibodies. Cetuximab is a recombinant chimeric antibody to EGFR that is presently approved for treatment of metastatic colon cancer and unresectable head and neck cancer, with activity in breast and non-small cell lung cancer.
Trastuzumab is a monoclonal antibody against EGFR-2 (Her2) that prolongs survival in Her2-positive breast cancer. Cancer invasion and metastasis: Interacting ecosystems Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Virchows Archiv (6) July. Our approach permits real-time imaging ranging from whole body tumour progression to single-cell invasion events, and helps us to understand how tumour cell (a) dissociation (b) invasion or (c) progression are controlled and how this is linked to the development of invasive or metastatic cancer.
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Local invasion is also the first stage in the process that leads to the development of secondary tumours or metastases. 4, 7, Metastasis.
Metastasis, from the Greek methistanai, meaning to move to another place, describes the ability of cancer cells to penetrate into lymphatic and blood vessels, circulate through these systems and invade.
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While advances in this area have been made, the process of cancer metastasis and the factors governing cancer spread and establishment at secondary locations is still poorly understood. The current article summarizes recent progress in this area of research, both in the understanding of the underlying biological processes and in the therapeutic strategies for the management of by: Patients with cancer can suffer from a bewildering variety of neurologic signs and symptoms.
The neurologic symptoms are often more disabling than the primary cancer. Symptoms including confusion, seizures, pain and paralysis may be a result of either metastases to the nervous system or one of several nonmetastatic complications of cancer. The physician who promptly. Pain is a very common symptom in metastatic bone disease, either from the disease process itself, local invasion of neural structures, or as a consequence of treatment.
With appropriate management, pain and its associated suffering may ameliorated relatively : Shane E. Brogan, Daniel W. Odell. However, approximately 21% of patients will have regional spread of disease to either pelvic lymph nodes or adjacent structures, and approximately 9% of patients will have distant metastases at.Metastasis occurs when genetically unstable cancer cells adapt to a tissue microenviron-ment that is distant from the primary tumor.
This process involves both the selection of traits that are advantageous to cancer cells and the concomitant recruitment of traits in the tumor stroma that accommodate invasion by metastatic cells.