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Fig. 11.—Before perfusion.Fig. 12.—Two years after perfusion.
—A 77-year-old white man. In 1956 malignant melanoma removed from left foot, followed by groin dissection May, 1957: Appearance of multiple dermal metastases. June, 1957: Isolated perfusion with 120 mg. phenylalanine mustard (PAM) through common femoral artery.Fig. 13.—Original lesion.Fig. 14.—Metastasis, six weeks after perfusion.Fig. 15.—Metastasis, eight weeks after perfusion.
—1947: Small mole (malignant melanoma) removed from right medical lower leg. 1958: Local recurrence followed by multiple excisions. Treated with TSPA intra-arterially without improvement (Fig. 16, A). December, 1958: Common femoral artery perfusion with 130 mg. PAM (1.8 mg. per kilogram of body weight). January, 1959: Many lesions disappeared (Fig. 16, B).Figure 17
—1957: Malignant melanoma with extensive metastases
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