Efficacy of Repeat Isolated Limb Perfusions With Tumor Necrosis Factor α and Melphalan for Multiple In-Transit Metastases in Patients with Prior Isolated Limb Perfusion Failure

Isolated limb perfusion (ILP) is an effective treatment modality for multiple in-transit melanoma metastases confined to the limb. Recurrences after ILP, however, occur in approximately 50% of patients and are a challenge for further treatment. The efficacy of repeat ILPs to prolong local control in this patient category is evaluated in this article. We… (More)