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Internal-arterial chemotherapy was performed in 13 patients with head and neck cancers. We used a retrograde catheter to infuse antineoplastic agents. The tip of the catheter was led selectively into the main feeding artery of the tumor via superficial temporal artery and/or occipital artery. In this study, 4 cases had undergone operational procedures after chemotherapy with or without conventional externalbeam radiotherapy and 8 cases were treated with chemoradiotherapy alone. The other 1 casedoi:10.5631/jibirin.97.147 fatcat:su43qy3fizhuhhrxsupawjfbe4