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By Nikolai N. Korpan (auth.), Nikolai N. Korpan M.D., Ph.D., F.I.S.S., F.I.C.S. (eds.)

The "Atlas of Cryosurgery” is the 1st ebook to record the fashionable period of this self-discipline. using low temperatures to wreck irregular tissues, the root of cryosurgery, is now being effectively utilized in lots of branches of drugs, specially within the remedy of alternative malignancies. This atlas goals at providing the basic facets of recent cryosurgery and the benefits it bargains to melanoma sufferers in comparison to traditional surgical ways. The presentation comprises definitions of the main usually used phrases, brief descriptions of the old and clinical history of cryosurgery in addition to an overview of cryosurgical apparatus and strategies. Given, too, is the entire spectrum of experimental and medical cryosurgery and the result of cryosurgical remedy of tumors in, for instance, the liver, lung, or epidermis and bone. Over 1200, regularly coloured illustrations gathered from a wide selection of overseas resources, serve to illustrate the cryosurgical approach.

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