Preface to the first edition.
1 Rationale for minimally invasive interventional techniques in urological cancer (Cole Davis, Matthew R. Cooperberg, Katsuto Shinohara, and Peter R. Carroll).
2 Brachytherapy for prostate cancer (John Sylvester and Peter Grimm).
3 High-intensity focused ultrasound (Markus Margreiter and Michael Marberger).
4 Prostate and renal cryotherapy (Chad R. Ritch, Aaron E. Katz, Hashim U. Ahmed, and Manit Arya).
5 Radiofrequency ablation (Adam S. Feldman, Peter R. Mueller, and W. Scott McDougal).
6 Photodynamic therapy (Caroline M. Moore, Stephen G. Bown, John Trachtenberg, and Mark Emberton).
7 Perspectives on nanotechnology (Aleksandar F. Radovic-Moreno, Kai P. Yuet, Robert S. Langer, and Omid C. Farokhzad).
8 Imaging in diagnosis and staging of urologic cancers: magnetic resonance imaging (Jurgen J. Fu¨ tterer and Stijn T.W.P.J. Heijmijnk).
9 Imaging in diagnosis and staging of urological cancers: ultrasound, CT, and PET (Jorge Rioja, Charalampos Mamoulakis, Stavros Gravas, and Jean de la Rosette).
10 Imaging after minimally-invasive interventions in urological cancers (Rowland Illing and Alex Kirkham).
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|“This book provides an easy to read reference on interventional techniques on uro-oncology and a |
valuable addition to the medical library. It would be of benefit to a wide range of medical specialists
including urologists, oncologists, urology and oncology nurse specialists, and radiologists, as well
as general practitioners with an interest in cancer treatment. ” (Urology News, 1 November 2011)