Mind your bedside manners! :a clinical review / David S. Zimmon. Multidisciplinary approaches for managing colon and rectum cancer / Glenn D. Steele Jr., William V. McDermott[videorecording]
- au: Richard M. Frankel, Howard B. Beckman. Biliary endoscopy.
- Publish: Secaucus, N.J. : Network for Continuing Medical Education c1992.
- 出版年: 1992
- cu: NCME , NCME
- sb: Combined Modality Therapy , case studiesvideocassettes , Physician-Patient Relations , Biliary Tract Diseases , Endoscopy methods -- videocassettes , Combined Modality Therapy videocassettes , Endoscopy , Rectal Neoplasms therapy -- videocassettes , Colonic Neoplasms , Physician-Patient Relations case studies -- videocassettes , methodsvideocassettes , Biliary Tract Diseases therapy -- videocassettes , Colonic Neoplasms therapy -- videocassettes , Patients , psychologyvideocassettes , videocassettes , Diagnostic Imaging videocassettes , therapyvideocassettes , Rectal Neoplasms , Patients psychology -- videocassettes , Diagnostic Imaging
- ps: 'Released November 16, 1992.' U-Matic format
- ab: Using case studies and role playing, Drs. Frankel and Beckman give the primary care physician the tools needed to establish the chief concern, touse empathy and support, and deliver diagnostic information without increasing the amount of time spent with patients , Advances in endoscopic imaging of the biliary tree have led tononinvasive intervention for biliary tract stones and stenosis. Dr. Zimmon reviews the indications for biliary tract endoscopy, and compares the benefitsand risks of endoscopic procedures with those for surgical and percutaneoustherapy , Dr. Steele explores the multimodal use of chemotherapy, radiation therapy, and biological response modification therapy after surgical resectionfor patients at high risk for recurrence. Increased survival, less toxic therapy, and surgery with diminished functional and psychological detriments can beachieved
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