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The physiological response of the small bowel of the dog to ischemia including prolonged in vitro preservation of the bowel with successful replacement and survival
Historic landmarks in clinical transplantation: conclusions from the consensus conference at the University of California, Los Angeles
The saga of liver replacement, with particular reference to the reciprocal influence of liver and kidney transplantation (1955-1967)
Metabolic control after kidney and pancreas transplantation: whole series results and effects of segmental duct obstruction versus whole pancreas with bladder diversion technique
Endocrine function and histology of the canine pancreas after exocrine ablation by ductal injection of silicone rubber adhesive
Are there still roles for exocrine bladder drainage and portal venous drainage for pancreatic allografts?
Characterization of Insulin-Secreting Porcine Bone Marrow Stromal Cells Ex Vivo and Autologous Cell Therapy In Vivo
Further developments in pancreatic islet transplantation I. Induction of selective morphological changes in the exocrine pancreas
Post-operative medical and surgical complications after primary total joint arthroplasty in solid organ transplant recipients: a case series
Outcomes in Pancreas Transplantation With Exocrine Drainage Through a Duodenoduodenostomy Versus Duodenojejunostomy
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