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Figure 1: Efficacy of transcatheter arterial infusion with pembrolizumab combined with nab-paclitaxel in the treatment of case 1. (a-c) Pelvic computed tomography of a 41-year-old woman showed rectal malignant melanoma with multiple pelvic lymph node metastases, with the largest metastatic lymph node situated in front of the sacrum and measuring approximately 5.0 cm × 5.0 cm. Conspicuous tumor staining was observed during the second transcatheter arterial infusion procedure with pembrolizumab. (d-f) After two transcatheter arterial infusion treatments with pembrolizumab combined with two treatments with nab-paclitaxel treatment, a lower abdomen and pelvic magnetic resonance imaging showed no obvious mass in the rectum, and metastatic lymph nodes in front of the sacrum had disappeared. No tumor staining was observed during the third transcatheter arterial infusion procedure with pembrolizumab showed no tumor staining

Figure 1: Efficacy of transcatheter arterial infusion with pembrolizumab combined with nab-paclitaxel in the treatment of case 1. (a-c) Pelvic computed tomography of a 41-year-old woman showed rectal malignant melanoma with multiple pelvic lymph node metastases, with the largest metastatic lymph node situated in front of the sacrum and measuring approximately 5.0 cm × 5.0 cm. Conspicuous tumor staining was observed during the second transcatheter arterial infusion procedure with pembrolizumab. (d-f) After two transcatheter arterial infusion treatments with pembrolizumab combined with two treatments with nab-paclitaxel treatment, a lower abdomen and pelvic magnetic resonance imaging showed no obvious mass in the rectum, and metastatic lymph nodes in front of the sacrum had disappeared. No tumor staining was observed during the third transcatheter arterial infusion procedure with pembrolizumab showed no tumor staining