5 edition of Microspheres and regional cancer therapy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Neville Willmott and John Daly.|
|Contributions||Willmott, Neville., Daly, John M.|
|LC Classifications||RC271.C5 M52 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||245 p. :|
|Number of Pages||245|
|LC Control Number||93020500|
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Yttrium microsphere radioembolization with (90)Y microspheres is a locoregional radiation therapy employed for unresectable hepatic neoplasms by permanently implanting (90)Y-containing microspheres into tumors via the hepatic artery. 1 Non-target delivery of (90)Y microspheres can result in gastrointestinal (GI) symptoms. NCI's Dictionary of Cancer Terms provides easy-to-understand definitions for words and phrases related to cancer and medicine. Late Effects of Childhood Cancer Treatment. Pediatric Supportive Care. Rare Cancers of Childhood Treatment. Childhood Cancer Genomics. NCI Budget Fact Book. Careers at NCI. Visitor Information. Legislative.
Brief description of study. This research registry studies Yttrium Y 90 resin microspheres in collecting data from patients with liver cancer not capable of being removed by surgery (unresectable) for the radiation-emitting Selective Internal Radiation-Spheres (SIR . Patients could have limited extrahepatic disease, such as a few small lung nodules or enlarged regional lymph nodes, at enrollment. Patients were staged by Okuda, Child-Pugh, TMN, and Barcelona Clinic Liver Cancer scores. 6 Patients provided written informed consent both for trial participation and at the time of each procedure.
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Microspheres and Regional Cancer Therapy takes an interdisciplinary approach to the subject of microspheres and regional cancer therapy. It synthesizes laboratory and clinical data to demonstrate the utility of microsphere-based strategies in the treatment of localized solid tumors (particularly in the liver) not amenable to surgery and as a component of strategies for treatment of Cited by: Discusses about microspheres and regional cancer therapy.
This book demonstrates the utility of microsphere-based strategies in the treatment of localized solid tumors (in liver) not amenable to surgery and as a component of strategies for treatment of disseminated disease. Book Descriptions: Microspheres and Regional Cancer Therapy takes an interdisciplinary approach to the subject of microspheres and regional cancer therapy.
It synthesizes laboratory and clinical data to demonstrate the utility of microsphere-based strategies in the treatment of localized solid tumors (particularly in the liver) not amenable to surgery and as a component of strategies for. Cancer microsphere technology is the latest trend in cancer therapy.
It helps the pharmacist to formulate the product with maximum therapeutic value and minimum or negligible range side effects. The goals of this book are 1) to review the theory and practice Microspheres and regional cancer therapy book cancer regional therapies including pharmacology, devices, techniques, and workflow, 2) illustrate the most common procedures performed in the interventional and operating rooms, and 3) discuss data supporting use of CRT.
90 Y microsphere administration is a promising new intraarterially delivered therapy in the armamentarium against liver cancer.
It can deliver up to 15, rad ( Gy) of beta radiation to liver tumors with minimal exposure to normal liver tissue. The book provides a state-of-the-art overview of cancer regional therapy and summarizes the history, current technology, common procedures, and future prospects in this field and includes procedures from many surgical and interventional radiologic disciplines.
Nanotechnology may offer a great advantage in cancer therapy by advanced targeting and controlled release of the anticancer drug.
Even though nanostructures may offer a great advantage in cancer therapy, numerous toxicity-related aspects should be still considered in order to implement the use of anticancer nanosystems in current cancer treatment. Andreas Jordan, Klaus Maier-Hauff, Regional Therapy of Brain Tumors, Regional Cancer Therapy, /, (), ().
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Regional Cancer Therapy, so well put together by the editors Peter M. Schlag and Ulrike S. Stein, presents an overview of today’s realities and tomorrow’s possibilities. Regional cancer therapy models provide ways to make new discoveries about tumor biology and new agents that may be used regionally as well as systemically.
Introduction. Hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) remains a frequent and highly lethal type of cancer. 1, 2 According to the most recent data, the global incidence of HCC is still increasing, although it varies throughout the world; in, global deaths were caused by liver cancer, 9% more than that in (, global deaths).
3, 4 The treatment for HCC is difficult and requires a. In this regard, regional chemotherapy has similarities to radiation therapy, but may be more selective in those situations where tumor and normal tissue in the treated region differ significantly in intrinsic drug sensitivity and blood supply.
tion in microsphere based treatment. ii) Synthetic polymeric microspheres: [4,16] Synthetic polymeric microspheres are widely used in clinical application, moreover that also used as bulk-ing agent, fillers, embolic particles, drug delivery vehi-cles etc.
and proved to be safe and biocompatible but. Cancer microsphere technology is the latest trend in cancer therapy (Requires reference). It helps the pharmacist to formulate the product with maximum therapeutic value and minimum or negligible range side effects.
A major disadvantage of anticancer drugs is their lack of selectivity for tumor tissue alone, which causes severe side effects and. Sirtex Medical is a global healthcare business with offices in the U.S., Australia, Germany and Singapore, working to improve outcomes in people with cancer.
Our current lead product is a targeted radiation therapy for liver cancer called SIR-Spheres® Y resin microspheres. It is the sixth most commonly diagnosed cancer worldwide and the third leading cause of cancer death (2, 3).
Liver transplantation is currently the best treatment for HCC. However, the number of available donors is limited. Thus, hepatic resection remains the treatment of choice for potentially curable disease in most areas of the world (3, 4.
Chapter Biodegradable microspheres for injection or inhalation P.P. DeLuca, M. Kanke and T. Sato Chapter Microsphere systems for intraarticular drug administration J.H. Ratcliffe, I.M. Hunneyball, C.G. Wilson, A. Smith and S.S. Davis Chapter The use of polyphthalamide microcapsules for obtaining extended periods of therapy.
Nanocarriers for drug delivery. Nanomedicine is a rapidly developing area that is revolutionizing cancer diagnosis and therapy. Nanoparticles have.
Purpose: The aim of this prospective study was to assess the safety and tumor response of intra-arterial Y- 90 microspheres for the treatment of surgically unresectable and chemotherapy-refractory liver als and Methods: Forty-six (46) patients with metastatic cancer to the liver from various solid tumors, with tumor progression despite polychemotherapy, were included.
Colorectal cancer (CRC) is the third most common cancer diagnosed among both men and women in the US. The American Cancer Society estimates that approximatelynew cases of colon cancer (55, men women) new cases of rectal cancer (23, men women) were diagnosed in 1 Because the liver is the most frequent site of metastases.
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The incidence.This study is to evaluate the potential use of aclarubicin-loaded gelatin microspheres as an intravascular biodegradable drug delivery system for the regional cancer therapy.
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