chronic allograft rejection

chron·ic al·lo·graft re·jec·tion

immunologically mediated damage to the allograft, typically occurring months or years after transplantation.
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Capillary deposition of complement split product C4d in renal allografts is associated with basement membrane injury in peritubular and glomerular capillaries: a contribution of humoral immunity to chronic allograft rejection.
These cells have been shown to promote induction of regulatory T cells that possess the potential to prevent acute and chronic allograft rejection.
1,2) Acute tubular necrosis, acute and chronic allograft rejection and immunosuppressive medications-induced nephropathy are among the medical complications.
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