Management of Esophageal Cancer, An Issue of Surgical Clinics, 1st Edition

Authors :
John A. Federico & Thomas Fabian
Date of Publication: 06/2021
This issue of Surgical Clinics focuses on Esophageal Surgery and is edited by Drs. Thomas Fabian and John A. Federico. Articles will include: Epidemiology of premalignant and malignant tumors of the esophagus; Medical and endoluminal treatments of pr ...view more
This issue of Surgical Clinics focuses on Esophageal Surgery and is edited by Drs. Thomas Fabian and John A. Federico. Articles will include: Epidemiology of premalignant and malignant tumors of the esophagus; Medical and endoluminal treatments of pre-malignant lesions and their outcomes; Staging of esophageal malignancies; Surveillance for, and management of, recurrent esophageal malignancy after endoscopic treatment; Surgical treatment for early cancers as style modality; Chemoradiation therapy as definitive treatment for esophageal cancer; Tri-modality approach for esophageal malignancies; Salvage esophagectomy; Consolidation therapy and adjuvant therapy after surgical resection: Immunotherapy or Targeted Therapy?; Palliation of esophageal cancer; Surveillance following treatment of esophageal cancer; Esophageal anastomotic techniques; Management of postoperative complications after esophageal resection; The biologic characteristics and clinical presentation of esophageal cancer; and more!
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This issue of Surgical Clinics focuses on Esophageal Surgery and is edited by Drs. Thomas Fabian and John A. Federico. Articles will include: Epidemiology of premalignant and malignant tumors of the esophagus; Medical and endoluminal treatments of pre-malignant lesions and their outcomes; Staging of esophageal malignancies; Surveillance for, and management of, recurrent esophageal malignancy after endoscopic treatment; Surgical treatment for early cancers as style modality; Chemoradiation therapy as definitive treatment for esophageal cancer; Tri-modality approach for esophageal malignancies; Salvage esophagectomy; Consolidation therapy and adjuvant therapy after surgical resection: Immunotherapy or Targeted Therapy?; Palliation of esophageal cancer; Surveillance following treatment of esophageal cancer; Esophageal anastomotic techniques; Management of postoperative complications after esophageal resection; The biologic characteristics and clinical presentation of esophageal cancer; and more!

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Edited by John A. Federico and Thomas Fabian