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- Publisher : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; Subsequent edition (October 1, 2002)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 684 pages
- International Standard Book Number-10 : 0781736072
- International Standard Book Number-13 : 978-0781736077
- Item Weight : 2.52 pounds
- Dimensions : 7 x 1.25 x 9.5 inches
Reviews From Customers
October 15, 2021
This is the best resource for general Radiation Oncology review available. I have been using the first edition all through my residency – I’ve read the book 3-4 times and use it for reference all the time. The second edition has important updates and new chapters. There are references to key studies throughout and great points that are often tested and clinically relevant. The reviewer below who gave this book one star only talks about the damage to the book itself due to shipping – the review does not address the quality of the content. My textbook came in good shape (no tears or scratches). Disregard the one-star review. I highly recommend this book.
Must-read for clinicians
November 17, 2021
The first edition was excellent, and this is a further improvement.
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Outstanding resource for radiation oncologists
Reviewed in Italy on October 7, 2021
The book has been delivered three days earlier than expected and it is in perfect conditions.
I think this is one of the best textbooks about radiation oncology that I have ever read. I highly recommend it for radiation oncology residents.
Reviewed in Mexico on September 25, 2021
Excelente libro, sin embargo no me parece correcto que solo envíen el libro en un sobre, el libro llegó dañado y con las páginas dobladas
Must have for your library
March 21, 2016
Nancy Lee’s new target volume delineation is a resource that all residents and perhaps all radiation oncologists should have at their disposal. This book is an expansion of the previous edition with extensive updates:
Contouring atlases for ALL body sites, chapters by various authors
Examples for multiple stages of disease
Text explaining contouring and rationale
Tables of CTV and PTV expansion definitions
Tables of dosimetric constraints for each site
The textbook contains instructions for planning based on atlases, protocols, institutional experience, and expert opinion. Multiple examples with different stages are provided. The expert opinion sections are shown for cases such as extensive disease or cranial nerve invasion for head and neck. Quite a bit of resources are quoted and references are included for recommended reading. A strength of the text lies in that it is not over-confident or religious: it is stated in many sections that variations are acceptable. For example, Nancy Lee’s head and neck chapters are very courteous in that she provides her choice doses but also goes on to outline other methods of doing things. Advanced techniques such as hypofractionation and SIB are outlined for various body sites.
There are a few areas that the text could improve:
Some images are too small or poor quality and their contours are difficult to see. Looks like someone’s spell check didn’t get to the images – they can have the occasional typo.
The prostate chapter could use improvement. The author is from MSKCC and outlines only their method, one that few institutions use. Standard dosing and some SIB suggestions for pelvis and node positive would have been nice to see.
Nodes in the gastric cancer section are confusing the way they are labeled
In a few instances what is done in a picture differs slightly from what is described in the text. This also serves however to show that variations in practice are acceptable.
The breast chapter could use some more detailed explanations on how to go about contouring the breast and nodes, as these descriptions differ slightly in different atlases. The breast chapter could also use some more text on planning and some more details on breast reconstruction inflated vs deflated. The breast chapter has some helpful IMRT technique descriptions.
Others have mentioned there are some problems with the index. I have never used the index. The table of contents is labeled well enough for me.
An index of dosimetric constraints would be a nice addition in future editions
The downsides to the text make this book 4.5 stars at the worst, which still rounds up to 5 stars.
All in all, this is an excellent text I believe all should have.
paper material and print quality are worse than old book it feels like i printed them …
August 1, 2018
this is second purchase of same edition
paper material and print quality are worse than old book
it feels like i printed them with my home printer
page number error
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