Hyperthermic isolated regional perfusion with cisplatin in the local treatment of spontaneous canine osteosarcoma: assessment of short-term effects.

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To increase the effect of cisplatin on locoregional osteosarcoma, the short-term effect of hyperthermic isolated regional perfusion (HIRP) with cisplatin (30 mg/L extremity volume) was studied in 28 dogs with spontaneous osteogenic sarcoma, using clinical, radiological, and histological parameters. Thirty days postoperatively, mortality was 14.3%. Total… (More)

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@article{Ginkel1995HyperthermicIR, title={Hyperthermic isolated regional perfusion with cisplatin in the local treatment of spontaneous canine osteosarcoma: assessment of short-term effects.}, author={R. J. van Ginkel and Harald Joan Hoekstra and Freek J Meutstege and J. W. Oosterhuis and Donald Ra Uges and H Schraffordt koops}, journal={Journal of surgical oncology}, year={1995}, volume={59 3}, pages={169-76} }