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Impact of delayed graft function on clinical outcomes in highly sensitized patients after deceased-donor kidney transplantation

Kim SG, Hong S, Lee H, Eum SH, Kim YS, Jin K, Han S, Yang CW, Park WY, Chung BH

Background: We investigated whether the development of delayed graft function (DGF) in pre-sensitized patients affects the clinical outcomes after deceased-donor kidney transplantation (DDKT). Methods: The study included 709 kidney transplant recipients...
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ABO-incompatible renal transplantation: From saline flushes to antigen-specific immunoadsorption-Tools to overcome the barrier

Schiffer M, Kielstein

On April 23, 1951, a 30-year-old woman received the first intentional ABOi (ABO incompatible) renal transplantation in Boston. At that time, it was commonly believed that intensely rinsing the graft...
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Association of posttransplantation proteinuria with allograft loss in transplant kidney biopsy-proven recipients

Hong SM, Choi NW, Yoon JH, Lee CH, Kim GH, Park MH, Kang CM

  • KMID: 2252518
  • Korean J Med.
  • 2004 Dec;67(6):635-641.
BACKGROUND: Previous studies reported a poor prognosis in patients with persistent proteinuria later in the posttransplantation course, suggesting that posttransplantation proteinuria is a marker for graft failure. This study was...
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