Head and Neck Cancer

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SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2002

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Molecular Genetics of Head and Neck Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 128Kb)
Lyon L. Gleich, MD, and Frank N. Salamone, MD
Transoral Laser Microsurgery in Carcinomas of the Oral Cavity, Pharynx, and Larynx (CME) (PDF file: 328Kb)
Jochen A. Werner, MD, Anja A. Dünne, MD, Benedikt J. Folz, MD, and Burkard M. Lippert, MD
Treatment of Locally Advanced Head and Neck Cancer: Historical and Critical Review (CME) (PDF file: 140Kb)
Muhyi Al-Sarraf, MD, FRCPC, FACP

Evaluation and Management of Oropharyngeal Dysphagia in Head and Neck Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 308Kb)
Joy E. Gaziano, MA, CCC-SLP

Ethical Considerations in the Treatment of Head and Neck Cancer (CME) (PDF file: 120Kb)
David P. Schenck, PhD

 

Head and Neck Cancers — The Complexities of Care (PDF file: 16Kb)
Thomas V. McCaffrey, MD, PhD

Ten Best Readings on Head and Neck Cancers (PDF file: 36Kb)
Thomas V. McCaffrey, MD, PhD

Oncology Pharmcotherapy: Once-Daily Aminoglycosides in Patients With Neutropenic Fever (CME) (PDF file: 60Kb)
Stephen K. Aiken, PharmD, and Gene A. Wetzstein, PharmD, BCOP

Pathology Update: Retroperitoneal Fibrosis (Ormond’s Disease): Clinical Pathologic Study of Eight Cases (CME) PDF file: 216Kb)
Jamie Wu, MD, Edison Catalano, MD, and Domenico Coppola, MD

Book Review (PDF file: 32Kb)
W. Douglas Cress, PhD

Clinical Research Protocols (PDF file: 40Kb)

Calendar of Events (PDF file: 32Kb)

CME Instructions

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ABOUT THE ART IN THIS ISSUE

Lu Jian Jun was born in 1960 in mainland China and from an early age demonstrated an uncanny ability to draw and paint. This eventually led to a degree at the Central Academy of Fine Arts and finally a position as a professor at Shandong Academy of Painting. The level of technical training in traditional media and materials he received in China would have been virtually inaccessible in the West. The discipline, focus, and intensity of such training is often compared to late 19th century Russian academicism. More of his art can be seen at Weinstein Gallery, 383 Geary Street, San Francisco, CA 94102. Phone (415) 362-8151 or www.weinstein.com.

Cover:
Royal Maid of Qing Dynasty
, 2002. Oil on canvas, 60" x 48".

Table of Contents:
Memories (detail), 1999. Oil on canvas, 36" x 48".
The Dulcimer (detail), 2000. Oil on canvas, 36" x 48".
Chinese Red (detail), 2000. Oil on canvas, 36" x 36".
China Queen (detail), 2002. Oil on canvas, 54" x 54".
Antique Dressing Table (detail), 2002. Oil on canvas, 54" x54".

 
 
 
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