First Published in 1979, this book offers a full, insight into the relationship between malignant tumors and blood flow. Carefully compiled and filled with a vast repertoire of notes, diagrams, and references this book serves as a useful reference for students of oncology, and other practitioners in their respective fields.
Table of Contents
1. The Vascular Morphology of Tumors. 2. Tumor Angiogenesis. 3. Vascular and Extravascular Spaces in Tumors: Tumor Vascular Permeability. 4. Methods of Recording Tumor Blood Flow. 5. Tumor Blood Flow Compared with Normal Tissue Blood Flow. 6. In Vivo Observations of Tumor Blood Flow. 7. Tumor Vessel Innervation and Influence of Vasoactive Drugs on Tumor-Blood Flow. 8. Irradiation and Tumor Blood Flow. 9. Oxygen Supply to Malignant Tumors. 10. Mathematical Models of Transport Phenomena in Normal and Neoplastic Tissue. 11. Angiography and Pharmacoangiography in Human and Experimental Tumors. 12. Hepatic Dearterialization and Infusion Treatment of Liver Tumors. 13. Regional Perfusion with Anticancer Drugs for Treatment of Malignant Tumors. Index.