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Options for successful renal transplantation in recipients with incompatible living donors: Severance Hospital experience

Clinical Transplants

Jan 1, 2010

Kyu Ha HuhKiil Park

PMID: 21698836

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Exchange donor programs and desensitization protocols are available options for ABO-incompatible and positive cross-match living donor kidney transplantations. Patient and donor blood types, the degree of sensitization, and DSA titers should be considered to achieve successful kidney tr...read more

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Needle-Exchange Programs
Blood Grouping and Crossmatching
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Histocompatibility
Blood Group H Type 1 Antigen
Graft Survival
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Options for successful renal transplantation in recipients with incompatible living donors: Severance Hospital experience

Clinical Transplants

Jan 1, 2010

Kyu Ha HuhKiil Park

PMID: 21698836

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Abstract

Exchange donor programs and desensitization protocols are available options for ABO-incompatible and positive cross-match living donor kidney transplantations. Patient and donor blood types, the degree of sensitization, and DSA titers should be considered to achieve successful kidney tr...read more

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Needle-Exchange Programs
Blood Grouping and Crossmatching
Academic Medical Centers
Histocompatibility
Blood Group H Type 1 Antigen
Graft Survival
HLA Antigens
Kidney
Donor Person
Matching

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