From the book reviews:
"This is the second edition of a thorough book that covers all aspects of rectal cancer management, providing complete information on this multidisciplinary topic. ... This is a must-read for any practitioner involved in the care of rectal cancer patients. It is easy to read, thoughtfully organized, thorough, and thoroughly referenced. In addition, it has wonderful illustrations and photographs." (Jennifer Erin Hrabe, Doody's Book Reviews, March, 2015)
Modern Management of Cancer of the Rectum is intended to provide a comprehensive overview of all aspects of rectal neoplasms. It addresses epidemiology, biology, screening and chemoprevention, the role of imaging in diagnosis, staging and prognosis, radiation therapy, medical and surgical treatment, as well as new modalities of therapy, including laparoscopy, and transanal endoscopic surgery. A greater understanding of prognostic factors, patterns of spread and natural history has occurred during the past decade; together with new diagnostic modalities this has led to significant changes in the management of patients with rectal cancer. This book will be invaluable for all those who treat rectal cancer.
Comprehensive update of all aspects of rectal cancer
Updated content covers the recent advances in the understanding of aetiology (prognostic factors, pattern of spread, natural history)
Covers screening, diagnosis, genetics and treatment options for rectal cancer