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Ovarian melanoma: Advances in prognosis and Management provides special overseas views in this devastating ailment. whereas ovarian melanoma has customarily been thought of a sickness of the Western hemisphere, this e-book strikes past our traditional figuring out and embraces wisdom from around the globe. the point of interest is on contemporary advances in analysis, together with genetic screening, and enhancements and elevated offerings in administration, resembling the optimization of chemotherapeutic brokers, gene treatment, and the newest laparoscopic and robot surgical recommendations. extra chapters tackle psychosocial and quality-of-life matters. This booklet is a superb source at the foreign state of the art within the prognosis and administration of ovarian melanoma and is aimed toward oncologists, gynecologists, and fellows.
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