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Veronica Chiang
Veronica Chiang is jointly appointed as Associate Professor in Neurosurgery and Therapeutic Radiology at the Yale School of Medicine. Dr Chiang became the Medical Director of the Yale New Haven Hospital Gamma Knife Center in 2006 where currently over 300 patients are treated each year. She is predominantly interested in the management of brain metastases and now works closely with Medical Oncologists, Radiation Oncologists, Pathologists and Radiologists in the development of new treatment paradigms for patients with brain metastases as well as understanding the effects of these treatments on the normal brain...
2015: CNS Oncology
Laila Hessissen, Abdellah Madani
Cancer in children is quickly becoming one of the leading causes of non traumatic death among children. In pediatric oncology, palliative care is a primary component of the cancer control plan. In low income countries also known as emerging nations or developing countries access to adequate care remains a challenge for most pediatric oncology patients. In Morocco the situation has dramatically improved in the last few years as both the government and NGOs have become more aware of the importance and urgency of the issue...
March 2012: Journal of Pediatric Hematology/oncology
S Saravanan, A S Vivek
This is to report on the use of growing endoprosthesis, also known as lengthening prosthesis in the management of four patients in the paedriatic age group in the Orthopaedic Oncolgy Unit at University Malaya Medical Centre. These are custom made prosthesis, designed and made in India based on measured roentrograms. The ages of these patients vary from 6 to 13 years old. These are cases of Osteosarcoma and Ewing's sarcoma around the knee. This is the first time these custom made prosthesis have ever been used in Malaysia...
December 2007: Medical Journal of Malaysia
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