1. Epidemiology of Neonatal Tumours.- 2. Genetic and Clinical Associations of Neonatal Tumours.- 3. Mass Screening for Neuroblastoma.- 4. Neuroblastoma.- 5. Mesoblastic Nephroma and Wilms' Tumour.- 6. Liver Tumours.- 7. Soft-Tissue Sarcoma.- 8. Ovarian Tumours.- 9. Brain Tumours.- 10. Retinoblastoma.- 11. Cystic Hygroma.- 12. Sacrococcygeal Teratoma.- 13. Haemangiomas and Vascular Malformations.- 14. Rare Tumours.
All those physicians and surgeons who have responsibility for newborn infants will face the problem of dealing with tumours. Neonatal Tumours is an authoritative, comprehensive and complete account of the various tumours encountered in infancy. It reviews the epidemiology, genetic association, clinical features and management of tumours in the newborn. Although emphasis is placed on the common tumours, the book covers the entire spectrum including many of the rarer tumour types. Neonatal Tumours is for all oncologists, paediatric surgeons, neonatologists and paediatricians seeking more information. The book should also be read by trainees.
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