Full Author: A.J. Evans, Consultant Radiologist, A.R.M. Wilson, Consultant Radiologist, R.W. Blamey, Consultant Surgeon, J.F.R. Robertson, Consultant Surgeon, I.O. Ellis, Consultant Histopathologist & C.W. Elston, Consultant Pathologist all at The Nottingham Breast Unit, City Hospital, Nottingham, UK.
Description: A superb, highly practical atlas which will show, through 50 case studies, how a multidisciplinary approach to investigation and management of breast disease can lead to a more effective and efficient outcome. It presents common conditions only and each case takes a structured format: symptoms, physical signs, imaging investigation and appropriate cytology.
Features: OUTSTANDING FEATURES: * Practical, systematic guidance in breast disease management from world experts. * High quality mammograms. * Illustrations of relevant pathology. * Investigation algorithms included.
Contents: CONTENTS: Introduction. Cases. Section I: Symptomatic Malignant. Case 1: Symptomatic Carcinoma. Case 2: Breast Conservation. Case 3: Wide Local Excision. Case 4: Quadrantectomy. Case 5: Oestrogen-Receptor-Positive Invasive Breast Carcinoma. Case 6: Breast Lump. Case 7: Nipple Discharge. Case 8: Nipple Inversion. Case 9: Haemorrhagic Carcinoma. Case 10: Lobular Carcinoma. Case 11: Contralateral Carcinoma. Case 12: Carcinoma Co-existing with Fat Necrosis. Case 13: Carcinoma in Pregnancy. Case 14: Primary Carcinoma in the Elderly. Case 15: Subcutaneous Mastectomy for Extensive DCIS. Case 16: Paget's Disease. Case 17: Carcinoma Mimicking Mondor's Syndrome. Case 18: Angiosarcoma. Case 19: Male Breast Cancer. Section II: Symptomatic Benign. Case 20: Simple Cyst. Case 21: Juvenile Fibroadenoma. Case 22: Epidermal Cyst. Case 23: Oil Cyst. Case 24: Galactocele. Case 25: Phylloides Tumour. Case 26: Recurrent Phylloides Tumour. Case 27: Granulomatous Mastitis. Case 28: Fibromatosis (Desmoid Tumour). Case 29: Rib Chondroma. Case 30: Silicone Granuloma. Case 31: Breast Abscess. Case 32: Gynaecomastia. Section III: Screening. Case 33: Bilateral Screen-Detected Spiculate Masses. Case 34: Screen-Detected Architectural Distortion. Case 35: Screen-Detected Architectural Distortion. Case 36: Screen-Detected DCIS with Occult Invasion. Case 37: Screen-Detected Benign Calcifications. Case 38: Screen-Detected Cyst. Case 39: Screening--Fibroadenoma. Case 40: Hamartoma. Case 41: Screen-Detected Papillary Lesion. Case 42: Screen-Detected Papillary Lesion. Case 43: Screen-Detected Haematoma. Case 44: Interval Cancer. Case 45: False Negative Interval Cancer. Section IV: Post-Treatment Problems. Case 46: Recurrent DCIS. Case 47: Single Spot Local Recurrence. Case 48: Multiple Spot Local Recurrence. Case 49: Diffuse Dermal Local Recurrence. Case 50: Axillary Recurrence. Index.