By Michael Andreeff, Dietmar P. Berger, Benjamín Koziner, Monika Engelhardt, Hans A. Messner, Hartmut Henß, Roland Mertelsmann, N. Thatcher
The Concise guide of Hematology and Oncology is a practice-oriented handbook of clinical oncology and hematology for daily use in taking good care of sufferers’ hematologic and neoplastic illnesses. it truly is based at the longstanding event of a big really good college division conversant in having to supply trustworthy suggestion in a extensive diversity of conditions. we've got intentionally selected to not supply a complete overview of a number of the topics yet have as an alternative excited by sensible equipment that have confirmed to be valuable in our adventure, with precise emphasis on standardizing chemotherapy protocols.
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The two most important “parameters” are the patient and the respective disease course. Gap Analysis Defective processes hinder smooth diagnosis and therapy. Usually, only a small number of flaws gives rise to a multitude of disruptions (“Single point of failure”). ” That way, the most significant defects can be detected and adequate measures necessary for their elimination can be decided upon swiftly. Good Clinical Practice (GCP) GCP describes the execution of clinical procedures on the basis of tested and approved standard methods (“standard operating procedures”; SOP).
WHO, Genf, 1996 WHO. ICD-0 International Classification of Diseases for Oncology, 3rd edn. P. Berger, H. Henß Def: Tumor classification allows for the categorization of malignancies commensurate with different stages of a disease. The objective is to form defined, distinguishable groups of diagnostic, therapeutic, and prognostic relevance. Pathological Classification: TNM System The TNM code is internationally established as the pathological classification of solid tumors. Hematological neoplasias are classified differently (see respective disease entities).
Gov/entrez/query. 1 Cytogenetics and Fluorescence In Situ Hybridization (FISH) R. Kunzmann, M. Luebbert Def: Cytogenetics and fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) are methods of detecting clonal chromosomal aberrations in malignant cells → important for primary diagnosis, assessment of progression, therapy, and prognosis of hematological diseases. 10 In principle, the presence of multiple chromosomal abnormalities (≥ 3 aberrations, “complex” anomalies) at the time of primary diagnosis or during the course of a disease constitutes a poor prognosis.