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Intraperitoneal chemotherapy: Principles and results of clinical trials

  • Maurie Markman
  • Stephen B. Howell
Part of the Cancer Treatment and Research book series (CTAR, volume 36)

Abstract

While the intraperitoneal administration of chemotherapeutic agents for their cytotoxic rather than sclerosing properties is not a new idea [1,2], recent modelling studies, suggesting a pharmacokinetic rationale for this method of drug delivery to tumors principally confined to the peritoneal cavity, has renewed interest in this idea [3]. In this review the basic principles of intraperitoneal chemotherapy will be presented along with a discussion of the theoretical and practical problems associated with the technique. Finally, a summary of recent single agent and combination intraperitoneal chemotherapy trials will be presented as well as a brief discussion of other innovative approaches utilizing the intraperitoneal route.

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Peritoneal Cavity Ovarian Carcinoma Malignant Mesothelioma Intraperitoneal Chemotherapy Proc ASCO 
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