Jan 1, 1977

Experience with polychemotherapy based on cell synchronization, via intra-arterial infusions. Preoperative treatment of maxillofacial tumors

Revue de stomatologie et de chirurgie maxillo-faciale
G SzabóJ Skalitzki

Abstract

Chemotherapy based upon cellular synchronisation via intra-arterial infusion was used in the treatment of 21 carcinomas of the maxillo-facial region. These tumours had never been treated either by surgery, nor by irradiation. This pre-operative treatment was not aimed at altering ghe indication for the type of operation decided upon at the outset. It was found that a combination of Vincristine, Bleomycine, Methotrexate and Dibromdulcide was more satisfactory than other types of chemotherapy. The most important complication of the method was a thrombosis of the common carotid.

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Malignant Neoplasm of Tongue
Bleomycine
Neoplasms
Vincristine
Tumor Lysis Syndrome
Region of Face
Polychemotherapy
Cell Division Phases
Complication
Squamous Cell Carcinoma

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