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Liver transplantaton

J Tinoco González, C Bernal Bellido, G Jimenez Riera, V Camacho Marente, L M Marín Gómez, G Suárez Artacho, J M Álamo Martínez, J Serrano Díez-Canedo, R J Padillo Ruíz, M A Gómez Bravo
Rejection is the most usual cause of primary dysfunction of hepatic allograft transplants. Acute rejection (AR) often occurs in the early post-transplantation weeks, with an incidence of 12%-19%. Chronic rejection (CR) is less usual (2.5%-17%) and irreversible. Our aim was to determine the incidence of AR and CR in patients who underwent transplantaton due to alcoholism-induced cirrhosis and the survival of these groups. We undertook a retrospective study of the 93 patients who received a liver transplant due to hepatic cirrhosis between 2005 and 2012...
2013: Transplantation Proceedings
B D Kahan, R A Reisfeld
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May 2, 1969: Science
L Moreau, J Asseraf, M Philbert, J Valcke, J Cossa, M Garbay
The authors report two cases of polycystic liver andkidney in two women. They were unusual in that the liver first gave risr to symptoms and the renal lesions were completely latent. Both hepatic and renal lesions were well tolerated in spite of hepatomegally. They emphasize the interest of laparoscopy and biopsy of the liver under direct vision, and selective aortography, in the diagnosis. They discuss the basic differences between polycystic liver and kidney in adults, from that in children ornewborn, and caroli's disease...
January 8, 1975: La Semaine des Hôpitaux: Organe Fondé Par L'Association D'enseignement Médical des Hôpitaux de Paris
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