Cardiac Tumors in Childhood Age is a monograph in Bulgarian which provides the reader with a detailed and in-depth knowledge of the clinical manifestation, diagnosis, progression, treatment and prognosis of benign and malignant cardiac tumors as well as..
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Cardiac Tumors in Childhood Age is a monograph in Bulgarian which provides the reader with a detailed and in-depth knowledge of the clinical manifestation, diagnosis, progression, treatment and prognosis of benign and malignant cardiac tumors as well as tumor-like conditions.
Dr. Petar Shivachev summarizes information based on 628 sources and presents in a systematic way the latest data in diagnostics and behavior of cardiac tumors in childhood age. The book is illustrated with echocardiograms, magnetic resonance images, patomorphological and histological preparations. Its structure follows a certain didactic scheme: epidemiology, pathomorphology, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment. This monograph may be needed by children's cardiologists, cardiothoracists, morphologists, pediatricians as well as all medical specialists.
Table of contents:
I. GENERAL PART
Behavior and treatment
II. SPECIAL PART
A. Primary benign cardiac tumors: cardiac rhabdomyomas, cardiac fibroids,
cardiac termiomas, cardiac myxomas, cardiac hemangiomas, other cardiovascular tumors, atrioventricular nodal tumor, Purkinia cell tumor, myofibroblast tumor, cardiac lipids, cardiac papillary fibroelastomas, cardiac paragon
B. Primary malignant cardiac tumors: cardiac sarcomas, cardiac angiosarcoma, cardiac rhabdomyosarcoma, cardiac fibrosarcoma, synovial sarcoma, myeloid sarcoma, spindle cell sarcoma, cardiac malignant schwannoma, undifferentiated sarcoma, cardiac myxosarcoma, cardiac lymphoma, cardiac malignant pheochromoccetoma, heart disease of Rosai-Dorfman
C. Secondary (metastatic) cardiac tumors: non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, Wilms' tumor and other renal neoplasms, secondary pleural neoplasms,
D. Tumor-like conditions: intracardiac thrombi, intraperitardial bronchogenic cysts, pericardial cysts, cardiac hydrated cysts, epithelial cysts, blood cysts, congenital heart aneurysms and diverticulitis