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The pediatric head and neck melanoma sufferer necessitates a multidisciplinary crew of experts to supply an optimum continuum of care. This A-Z consultant presents useful, in-depth details for all doctors fascinated about the evaluate and remedy of those sufferers. Written in a simple to persist with structure, every one access comprises illustrative figures to help in pathological and radiographical analysis, in addition to dependent dialogue of evaluate and multimodality management.
The alphabetical structure removes redundancy and permits the busy surgeon to speedy find suitable details. Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors is perfect for younger physicians in addition to attending physicians trying to extend their knowledgebase to a few of the subspecialties all for the multidisciplinary care in their patients.
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Extra resources for Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors: A-Z Guide to Presentation and Multimodality Management
The most frequently used type of radiotherapy in cancer management is external beam therapy. The indications for radiotherapy in the management of tumors of the head and neck in children are dependent upon the diagnosis as well as other factors. These factors include the age of the child, the stage or extent of disease and in some tumor types, the resectability. The reader is referred to the individual chapters for the specific indications for radiotherapy in the management of the many tumor types covered in this book.
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Dose Oral cavity (excluding PTV) Mean dose < 40 Gy Each cochlea (GOAL, not hard constraint) No more than 5 % get 55 Gy or more Eyes Max. dose < 50 Gy Lens Max. dose < 25 Gy Glottic larynx Mean dose < 45 Gy Esophagus/postcricoid Mean dose < 45 Gy Parotids (note: submandibular and sublingual Mean dose in at least 1 gland < 26 Gy and/or glands dose reduced as much as possible) 20 cc < 20 Gy and/or 50 % < 30 Gy PRV planning organ at risk volume: margin surrounding critical structure to ensure that dose is not exceeded 4 Radiotherapy 35 Fig.
Pediatric Head and Neck Tumors: A-Z Guide to Presentation and Multimodality Management by Behroze Adi Vachha MD, PhD, Sanjay P. Prabhu MBBS, FRCR (auth.), Reza Rahbar, Carlos Rodriguez-Galindo, John G. Meara, Edward R. Smith, Antonio R. Perez-Atayde (eds.)