PMID: 4625027Jun 1, 1972Paper

Chemotherapy of melanoma of the extremities by perfusion: fourteen years clinical experience

Annals of Surgery
E T Krementz, R F Ryan

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Jul 30, 1979·World Journal of Surgery·E M HershC M McBride
Nov 1, 1983·World Journal of Surgery·G V SmithJ Stribling
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