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Aesthetic Treatments for the Oncology Patient

Edited By Paloma Tejero,Hernán Pinto
Copyright Year 2021

1st Edition

Published November 30, 2020

206 Pages 59 Color & 2 B/W Illustrations

£150.00

Editors

Paloma Tejero, MD, consultant and founding partner, Mediestetic Clinics, Toledo; codirector, courses for the degrees of Master of Aesthetic Medicine and Master of Quality of Life and Medical-Aesthetic Care of the Oncological Patient, University of Alcalá; instructor, classes in the degree of Master of Aesthetic Medicine, Complutense University, Rey Juan Carlos University, and University of the Balearic Islands; president of the Association of Aesthetic Medicine of Castilla La Mancha; president of GEMEON (Group of Experts in Oncological Aesthetic Medicine); and honorary member, Spanish Society of Aesthetic Medicine.

Hernan Pinto, MD, PhD, MSc, CETC, i2e3 Research Institute, Barcelona; codirector, Expert Course in Medical Writing, University of Alcalá; head of the Scientific Commission of the Spanish Aesthetic Medicine Society (SEME); main handling editor, Journal of Union Internationale de Médecine Esthétique (UIME); board member, Spanish Medical Writers Association (AERTeM); board member, GEMEON (Group of Experts in Oncological Aesthetic Medicine); honorary professor, Yichun University.

Physicians are increasingly recognizing that helping cancer patients to feel good about themselves and about their appearance can be of vital importance in giving them the emotional support and psychological resilience to survive and recover from the side effects of the disease and its treatment. Aesthetic physicians are in a prime position to help a cancer patient with the side effects and recover lost volume, hydration, and pigmentation in skin, nails, and hair, as well as to advise on nutrition, prostheses, and complementary therapies. This pioneering volume will be an important resource that brings together expertise in this area and the practical details a physician will need.

CONTENTS: The oncological patient and aesthetic medicine: The bonded approach * Challenges for oncology: Prevention, palliation, and survival * Cancer as a chronic disease * Clinical record: Oncological screening * Tumor markers * The psychological approach: The healing power of image and comprehensive assistance to cancer patients * The role of the family * The oncological patient environment: Legal framework and ethics * Radiotherapy: The prevention of secondary effects, radiodermatitis, and long-term toxicity * Prevention and treatment of dermatological secondary effects of cancer therapy * Prevention and treatment of adverse effects of antineoplastic therapy and of delayed-onset side effects: Prevention and treatment of hair loss * Melatonin for prevention and treatment of complications associated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy: Implications for cancer stem cell differentiation * Chronic antineoplastic therapies and their impact on quality of life * Interactions with medical-aesthetic treatments * Medical-aesthetic treatments in the survivor patient * Medical-aesthetic treatments in oncology patients * Facial medical-aesthetic treatments in oncology patients * Filler materials: Indications, contraindications, and special considerations in oncology patients * Aesthetic medical treatments during the disease: What is the plan? * The role of the aesthetic doctor in follow-up of the oncology patient * Medico-aesthetic collaboration * Dietetics and nutrition in oncology patients: Evaluation of nutritional status, weight control, and nutrigenomics * Nutrition: Diet therapy and nutritional supplements * Introduction to vascular complications in oncology patients * Anatomy of lymphatic drainage of the limbs * Prevention and treatment of secondary lymphedema of extremities, early diagnosis of lymphostasis, and postsurgical prevention and conservative treatment of lymphedema * Prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolism * Cosmetic-medical treatments * Micropigmentation applied to oncology patients * Photoprotection in oncology patients * Scar care after surgical treatment in oncology patients * Cancer and physical exercise * Ozone therapy in oncology patients * Thermal treatments in postcancer care.

Table of Contents

List of contributors

1 The oncologic patient and aesthetic medicine: The bonded approach
Paloma Tejero and Hernan Pinto
2 Challenges for oncology: Prevention, palliation, and survival
Eva Ruiz
3 Cancer as a chronic disease
Eva Ruiz
4 The clinical record: Oncological screening
Raquel Benlloch Rodríguez
5 Tumor markers
Raquel Benlloch Rodríguez
6 The psychological approach: The healing power of image and comprehensive assistance to cancer patients
Carmen Yélamos
7 The role of the family
Ana Isabel Cobo Cuenca
8 The oncological patient environment: Legal framework and ethics
Rosa María Rodríguez Arias
9 Radiotherapy: The prevention of secondary effects, dermatitis, and long-term toxicity
Eglee Montilla de Somaza
10 Prevention and treatment of the dermatological secondary effects of cancer therapy
Sheila K. Mota Antigua
11 Prevention and treatment of the adverse effects of antineoplastic therapy and of delayed-onset side effects: Prevention and treatment of hair loss
Emma Iglesias Candal
12 Melatonin for prevention and treatment of complications associated with chemotherapy and radiotherapy: implications for cancer stem cell differentiation
Germaine Escames, Ana Guerra-Librero, Dario Acuña-Castroviejo, Javier Florido, Laura Martinez-Ruiz, Cesar Rodríguez-Santana, Beatriz I Fernandez-Gil, and Iryna Russanova
13 Chronic antineoplastic therapies and their impact on Quality of Life
Juana Deltell
14 Interactions with medical-aesthetic treatments
Silvia Gabriela Ortiz Zamorano and Victoria Zamorano Triviño
15 Medical-aesthetic treatments in the survivor patient
Manuela Sánchez-Cañete
16 Medical aesthetic treatments in oncology patients
Karina Díaz Bustamante and Paloma Tejero
17 Facial medical aesthetic treatments in oncology patients
Victoria Zamorano Triviño and Silvia Ortiz Zamorano
18 Filler materials: Indications, contraindications, and special considerations in oncology patients
Paloma Tejero
19 Aesthetic medical treatments during disease: What is the plan?
Juana Deltell
20 The role of the aesthetic doctor in the follow-up of the oncology patient
Sheila K. Mota Antigua
21 Medico-aesthetic collaboration
Margarita Esteban
22 Dietetics and nutrition in oncology patients: Evaluation of the nutritional status, weight control and nutrigenomics
Iris Luna-Boquera
23 Nutrition: Diet therapy and nutritional supplements
Margarita Esteban
24 Introduction to vascular complications in oncology patients
Emilce Insua Nipoti
25 Anatomy of lymphatic drainage of the limbs
José Luis Ciucci and Andrea Lourdes Mendoza
26 Prevention and treatment of secondary lymphedema of extremities, early diagnosis of lymphostasis, and post-surgical prevention and conservative treatment of lymphedema
Ángela Río and Paloma Domingo
27 Prevention and treatment of venous thromboembolism
Agustin Arroyo Bielsa
28 Cosmetic-medical treatments
M. Lourdes Mourelle and B. N. Díaz
29 Micropigmentation for oncology patients
Mario Gisbert
30 Photoprotection in oncology patients
María Elena Fernández Martín
31 Scar care after surgical treatment in oncology patients
Marta Yuste Colom
32 Cancer and physical exercise
Rosa Revert
33 Ozone therapy in oncology patients
Adriana Schwartz
34 Thermal treatments in post-cancer care
Ángela García Matas

 

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