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eBook Late Effects of Treatment for Brain Tumors (Cancer Treatment and Research) ePub

by Stewart Goldman,Christopher D. Turner

  • ISBN: 0387771026
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Stewart Goldman,Christopher D. Turner
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2009 edition (August 31, 2009)
  • Pages: 380
  • ePub book: 1421 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1697 kb
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Advocacy for survivors and models for the importance of coordinated late effects programs are also discussed. Advances in cancer therapy have resulted in a dramatic increase in long term survival for patients with a spectrum of cancers. For this reason treatment complications and risk for second malignancies have become critical issues for many individuals.

Medical late effects of brain tumor treatment Neurological complications in adults, Michelle Monje and Patrick Y. Wen . Part III. Psychosocial impact of treatment of brain tumors Neuropsychological impact of treatment of brain tumors, Cinzia R. De Luca. Wen Neurological complications in children, Sonia Partap and Paul Graham Fisher Strokes among childhood brain tumor survivors, Daniel C. Bowers Endocrine late effects: manifestations and treatments, Jason R. Fangusaro and Elizabeth Eaumann Littlejohn Ocular consequences and late effects of brain tumor treatments, Mari?a E. Echevarri?a.

The late effects experienced by childhood brain tumor survivors involve multiple domains. Christopher D Turner.

Most treatment side effects appear during or just after treatment and go. .Late effects of cancer treatment on children’s growth and sexual development.

Most treatment side effects appear during or just after treatment and go away a short time later. But some problems might not go away or might not show up until months or years after treatment. These problems are called late effects Children with brain tumors or with acute lymphocytic (lymphoblastic) leukemia (ALL) are most likely to have late effects in the brain, but children with other cancers may be affected as well. Treatments that can affect the brain include surgery, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy.

Sometimes pain is a side effect of treatment, including neurosurgery and radiation therapy.

In Central Europe, 8-10 cases of this disease per 100 thousand inhabitants are diagnosed each year. Sometimes pain is a side effect of treatment, including neurosurgery and radiation therapy. Finally, patients can still suffer from typical migraine or tension headache.

The impact of tumor biology on cancer treatment and multidisciplinary strategies Published: (2009). Atlas of pediatric brain tumors Published: (2010). Atlas of pediatric brain tumors Published: (2016). Integrative pediatric oncology Published: (2012).

Late Effects of Treatment for Brain Tumors reviews the development of the medical team's awareness of late effects of brain tumor treatment and an overview of brain tumor survivorship. It reviews the late effects by topic and by organ systems, educates, and provides guidelines for follow up and interventions for patient survivorship. Advocacy for survivors and models for the importance of coordinated late effects programs are also discussed.