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By Sevgi Gurkan, Bernd Schröppel, Barbara Murphy (auth.), Helen Liapis, Hanlin L. Wang (eds.)
Because of growth in diagnostic transplantation pathology interpretation of transplant biopsies is more and more changing into an enticing box for common surgical pathologists. The publication specializes in the pathology of transplantation within the following organs: kidney, liver, lungs, center, pancreas and small gut. An introductory part addresses universal entities which can complicate all transplant recipients corresponding to infections, post-transplant lymphoproliferative affliction and graft as opposed to host sickness, by means of 6 sections with particular manifestations of rejection in each one organ. This finished, well-illustrated e-book serves the desires and meets the necessities of pathologists in education and people practising in facilities with constrained quantity of transplant biopsies in day-by-day practice.
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Immun osuppressive drugs also have cardiovascular and metabolic side effects, and cardiovascular causes continue to be the leading cause of mortality for transplant patients. With an armamentarium of new immunosuppressive drugs now available, efforts are underway to combine immunosuppressive drugs with maximal efficacy, and avoid drugs with negative cardiovascular, renal and metabolic side effects or synergistic toxicity. A blinded, randomized clinical trial of mycophenolate mofetil for the prevention of acute rejection in cadaveric renal transplantation.
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