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See detailModéliser l'acquisition par les médecins de compétences en communication
Libert, Y.; Antoine, C.; Merckaert, I. et al

in Oncologie (2008), 2

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See detailUne "toxicité" sous-estimée : les impacts psychosociaux des traitements sur les proches aidants principaux
Libert, Y.; Merckaert, I.; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg et al

in Oncologie (2007), 9

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See detailLes besoins psychosociaux et le soutien apporté aux patients atteints d'un cancer : une étude nationale belge
Libert, Yves; Merckaert, Isabelle; Etienne, Anne-Marie ULg et al

in Oncologie (2006), (8), 465-476

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See detailLa douleur pelvienne chez le patient oncologique
Jansen, Nicolas ULg; Nickers, Philippe ULg; Devoghel, Jean-Claude ULg

in Oncologie (2000), 2(4), 187-200

Pelvic pain is a common problem in the general population. In cancer patients this pain can be secondary to tumor activity or recent tumor related interventions (surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy). On ... [more ▼]

Pelvic pain is a common problem in the general population. In cancer patients this pain can be secondary to tumor activity or recent tumor related interventions (surgery, radiotherapy, chemotherapy). On the other hand cancer patients can also suffer from not cancer related pain. Cancer related pain is often chronic. Whatever the cause of this pain, an important psychological factor is often present, if not attributing to the pathogenesis of the pain, then as an secondary effect from the pain. Managing pelvic pain requires knowledge of the regional anatomy. A general overview is given of the approach to an oncological patient presenting with pelvic pain. Three different possibilities are discussed: (1) pain in a patient without a presently known pelvic or abdominal malignancy, (2) pain in a patient treated recently for a tumor in the pelvic area or lower abdomen, (3) pain in an so far untreated patient with a known tumor. Finally an overview of treatment options is presented. [less ▲]

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