Essentials of Interventional Cancer Pain Management 1st
by Amitabh Gulati (Editor), Vinay Puttanniah (Editor), Brian M. Bruel (Editor), William S. Rosenberg (Editor), Joseph C. Hung (Editor)
This text provides a comprehensive review and expertise on various interventional cancer pain procedures. The first part of the text addresses the lack of consistency seen in the literature regarding interventional treatment options for specific cancer pain syndromes. Initially, it discusses primary cancer and treatment-related cancer pain syndromes that physicians may encounter when managing cancer patients. The implementation of paradigms that can be used in treating specific groups of cancer such as breast cancer, follows. The remainder of the text delves into a more common approach to addressing interventional cancer pain medicine. After discussing interventional options that are commonly employed by physicians, the text investigates how surgeons may address some of the more severe pain syndromes, and covers the most important interventional available for our patients, intrathecal drug delivery. Chapters also cover radiologic options in targeted neurolysis and ablative techniques, specifically for bone metastasis, rehabilitation to address patients’ quality of life and function, and integrative and psychological therapies.
- Hardcover: 530 pages
- Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. 2019 edition (December 29, 2018)
- Language: English