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Special Issue "Evaluation, Diagnosis and Management of Malignant Processes Affecting the Female Genitals"
A special issue of Medicina (ISSN 1648-9144). This special issue belongs to the section "Obstetrics and Gynecology".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 May 2023) | Viewed by 2028
Special Issue Editors
Interests: gynecology; obstetrics; gynecological oncology; endocrinology and reproductive medicine; ethics; medical education; research design; epidemiology and statistics
Interests: gynecology; obstetrics; gynecological oncology; endocrinology and reproductive medicine; ethics; medical education; research design; epidemiology and statistics; computer applications
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Interests: computational fluid mechanics; hemodynamics; cancer vascularization; pathological vascularization of the female genitals; drug targeting; nanoparticle accumulation; ex vivo flow model; therapy; placenta vascularization; fetoplacental circulation
Special Issue Information
Genital malignancy is currently one of the leading causes of death in women. Prevention and early detection through the application of organized screening programs can substantially contribute to reducing cancer morbidity and mortality. The purpose of this Special Issue is to improve the long-term prognosis of patients and to increase the quality of life of both patients with genital neoplasm and their survivors, families, and caregivers. The continuous development of science in cancer has led to the discovery and implementation of new innovative therapies. In particular, accurate investigations of various physical phenomena occurring in human systems through experimental, theoretical, and computational biomechanics tools are recognized as essential technologies to realize personalized medicine. Additionally, drug targeting draws attention to different therapies’ applications, thanks to their functions to guide and control their interaction with specific target molecules, cells, and tissues. Through this Special Issue, we invite practitioners to share their experiences with the medical world, which could ultimately lead to a collection of information that would improve the approach and treatment of patients. Original research manuscripts, short communications of preliminary but significant results, reviews, and case reports that could contribute to the achievement of the purpose are welcome.
Prof. Dr. Marius L. Craina
Dr. Elena Bernad
Dr. Sandor Bernad
Manuscript Submission Information
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- genital neoplasm
- breast neoplasm
- drug therapy
- drug targeting
- computational biomechanics