5 edition of Neurological complications of therapy found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Allen Silverstein.|
|LC Classifications||RM103 .N48 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||466 p. :|
|Number of Pages||466|
|LC Control Number||81071801|
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Neurologic Complications of Cancer Therapy provides comprehensive coverage of the recognition and management of neurologic symptoms related to cancer therapy. The book includes sections on systemic therapy discussed by both agent and adverse event.
The section on adverse events is particularly valuable to clinicians, allowing them to consult by symptom in cases where multiple agents have been administered and the source of the complication Author: David Schiff, Eudocia Quant Lee. The book also discusses neurological complications related to treatments such as radiation and chemotherapy.
Bringing clinical trial knowledge from the bench to the bedside, this volume is an essential reference for the practicing oncologist and cturer: CRC Press. Neurological Complications of Cancer (Neurological Disease and Therapy): Medicine & Health Science Books @ The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Neurologic Complications of Cancer Therapy by Eudocia Quant Lee MD, MPH, David Schiff MD, Patrick Y.
Wen MD | at Barnes Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Thank you for your : The systemic therapy section includes coverage of immunologic agents, biologics, and targeted therapies. The book also features sections on the complications of radiation therapy, complications of surgery and high-dose chemotherapy, and stem cell ogic Complications of Cancer Therapy Features: A widely recognized.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Neurological complications of therapy. Mount Kisco, N.Y.: Futura Pub. Co., (OCoLC) Document Type. Book chapter Full text access Chapter 36 - Ependymomas, neuronal and mixed neuronal–glial tumors, dysembroblastic neuroepithelial tumors, pleomorphic xanthoastrocytomas, and pilocytic astrocytomas Neurological complications of chemotherapy to the central nervous system.
General and neurological complications of targeted therapy. https. Introduction. Patients with neurological malignancies are subject to developing a unique set of complications that require emergent evaluation and treatment. With the increasing incidence of cancer in the general population and improved survival, these emergencies will be more frequently encountered.
Neurological adverse events associated with anti–PD-1 therapy have a diverse phenotype, with more frequent neuromuscular complications. Although rare, they will likely be encountered with increasing frequency as anti–PD-1 therapy expands to other cancers.
The time of onset is unpredictable, and evolution may be rapid and by: Pages - The neurologic disorders that relate to renal disease are summarized. Attention is focused particularly on uremic encephalopathy, uremic neuropathy, restless legs syndrome, uremic myopathy, stroke, optic neuropathy, and the neurologic complications of nephrotic syndrome, dialysis.
Neurologic complications can be difficult to identify, diagnose appropriately, and measure. In addition, neurotoxicity Neurological complications of therapy book be delayed and patients may experience tumor-related mortality before the diagnosis of treatmentrelated : Kristin Bradley, H.
Ian Robins. Neurological complications are the most feared complications of conventional angiography, and typically relates to embolism due to disruption of atherosclerotic plaques (thrombus and/or plaque fragments), dissections (thrombus), or iatrogenic flushing of air.
Book Description Neurological Complications of Systematic Cancer and Antineoplastic Therapy provides an in-depth review of common manifestations related to neurology that occur in patients with systemic cancer.
These include brain metastases, spinal cord compression, cerebrovascular events, and leptomeningeal disease. Book Description. Emphasizing new and emerging therapies in each chapter, this reference provides essential information for clinicians to provide accurate diagnoses and select the most appropriate treatment regimens for patients with primary and metastatic brain tumors and neurological complications of cancer.
Summary. Neurological Complications of Systematic Cancer and Antineoplastic Therapy provides an in-depth review of common manifestations related to neurology that occur in patients with systemic include brain metastases, spinal cord compression, cerebrovascular events, and leptomeningeal disease.
More recently, there has been an increase in the number of case reports of neurological complications associated with anti–PD-1 therapy. Neuromuscular complications appear to be the most common and include myasthenia gravis, 1, necrotizing myopathy, 12,13 vasculitic neuropathy, 14 and polyradiculoneuropathy.
15,16 Other neurological Cited by: INTRODUCTION Metastases to the spine are second only to brain metastases in neurological complications of systemic cancer.
Spinal epidural metastases (SEM) occur in 5% to 10% of all cancer patients, which translates into o cases per year ().Author: Nader Pouratian, Mark E. Shaffrey, David Schiff. Neurologic complications are common in patients with melanoma and are often associated with a poor prognosis.
In an era with new, effective treatments, patients are living longer, and this has resulted in an increase in complications of both the disease and the : Justine V. Cohen, Nancy Wang, Vyshak A. Venur, Matthew J. Hadfield, Daniel P. Cahill, Kevin Oh, Pris. Neurologic complications are common in patients with melanoma and are often associated with a poor prognosis.
In an era with new, effective treatments, patients are living longer, and this has resulted in an increase in complications of both the disease and the therapy. The American Physical Therapy Association Book of Body Maintenance and Repair Steve Vickery.
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Occupational therapists must be able to fully consider the physical, cognitive, emotional, psychological and behavioural problems which may occur as a consequence of a neurological disorder, and understand the impact of diagnosis from a.
Get this from a library. Neurologic complications of cancer therapy. [Patrick Y Wen; David Schiff; Eudocia Quant Lee;] -- Neurologic side effects of cancer therapy can inhibit treatment, can be dose-limiting and can diminish quality-of-life.
Neurotoxicity related to cancer therapy is a common problem in oncology. Neurological Complications of Systematic Cancer and Antineoplastic Therapy provides an in-depth review of common manifestations related to neurology that occur in patients with systemic cancer.
These include brain metastases, spinal cord compression, cerebrovascular events, and leptomeningeal disease. The second edition of Neurologic Complications of Cancer is an extensively updated and revised version of the text authored by Jerome B. Posner. The chapters detailing the pathophysiology and treatment of central nervous system (CNS) and Cited by: Conclusion.
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When neurologic complications occur as a result of systemic cancer and cancer treatment, they can be more disabling for patients than their primary cancer and significantly impair functioning in varied domains.
However, recognizing neurologic signs and symptoms as complications. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiii, pages: illustrations (some color) ; 27 cm. Contents: 1. Biology and pathophysiology of nervous system metastases / Herbert B. Newton and Mark G.
Malkin Intracranial metastases / Herbert B. Newton and Mark G. Malkin Epidural metastasis and spinal cord compression / Nader.
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Multiple autoimmune disorders can occur with the use of checkpoint inhibitors, including severe, potentially fatal neurologic complications.5/5. Intravenous immune globulin (IVIg) is advocated as a safe treatment for immune-mediated neurologic disease.
We reviewed the medical records of 88 patients who were given IVIg for a neurologic illness. Major complications in four patients (%) included congestive heart failure in a patient with polymyositis, hypotension after a recent myocardial infarction, Cited by: Objectives. Our objectives were to (1) describe the clinical characteristics of and viruses isolated from patients who presented with neurologic symptoms associated with influenza A infection and were hospitalized at Texas Children’s Hospital during October and November and (2) to raise awareness of the neurologic complications of influenza Cited by: The potential diagnoses in these four cases included Bickerstaff's encephalitis overlapping with Guillain-Barré syndrome, intensive-care-unit-acquired weakness, or other toxic or infectious neuropathies.
Neurological complications did not appear concomitantly with respiratory symptoms, instead being delayed by 2–3 by: 8. This single-volume reference covers the natural course, treatment, and management of all neurological diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord nerves and muscles. This comprehensive text reference seeks to assist physicians with treatment by providing an easy-to-use compendium covering the treatment and management of all neurological.
The book covers different subjects, such as the effects of physical therapy, motor imagery, neuroscience-based rehabilitation for neurological patients, and applications of robotics for stroke and cerebral palsy.
We hope that this book will open up new directions for physical therapists in the field of neurological physical by: 1.
Section D. Complications of Therapy. 55 Rehabilitation of Individuals with Cancer. 56 Survivorship. 57 Neurologic Complications. 58 Pulmonary Complications of Anticancer Treatment.
59 Cardiac Effects of Cancer Therapy. 60 Reproductive Complications. 61 Endocrine Complications. 62 Second Malignant Neoplasms. Section E. Special Populations.
Neurological Complications Study Group Annual Meeting Minutes (MASCC login required) Introduction Since the birth of oncology as a distinct medical discipline, oncologists have considered myelosuppression and its attendant problems to be the dose-limiting and most important toxicities of radiation and chemotherapy.
Febrile neutropenia during CAR T-cell therapy is not uncommon, with infections documented in 10%–20% of patients. 4 Prolonged pancytopenia beyond 28 days is also reported in up 32% of patients, underscoring the importance of longer-term follow-up and antibiotics as clinically indicated.
4 Although leukemia from oncogenic transformation of Cited by: 9. Patients who have had a stroke are susceptible to many complications. These individuals commonly have comorbidities such as hypertension, diabetes, heart disease, or other ailments that increase the risks of systemic medical complications during stroke recovery.
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