allograft dysfunction

allograft dysfunction

Persistent suboptimal function of an organ system after transplantation (e.g., kidney, liver, lung), which is conceptually related to problems with vascular supply and urinary flow, as well as medical or immune related issues.
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All patients had followup visits in their first, third, and sixth month, and one year postoperative periods to determine if there was any allograft dysfunction, defined as serum Cr >15% of the baseline value or lack of response to increasing steroid dose.
In 2013, the Pathology Council of the ISHLT recommended a multidisciplinary approach to the diagnosis of AMR, using the "triple test" including "presence of clinical allograft dysfunction, circulating donor-specific antibodies [DSAs], and pathologic finding.
The histopathologist can facilitate many of the clinical decisions concerning the indications for liver transplantation, assessment of donor suitability and management of liver allograft dysfunction syndromes.
We hypothesise that the acute allograft dysfunction was secondarytoaninfection associated (HBV)immunecomplex mediated glomerulonephritis.
In organ transplantation settings, such a paradigm may support the relationship between the initial tissue injury and systemic inflammatory response to the organ and allograft dysfunction.
For the evaluation of the pancreas allograft dysfunction, 51 upper endoscopies were performed in 14 patients; donor duodenal biopsies were successfully obtained on 45 occasions (88%).
M2 PHARMA-March 25, 2014-Rosetta Genomics, Rabin Medical Center to co-develop diagnostic assay for chronic allograft dysfunction
Right ventricular outflow tract reconstruction with an allograft conduit in non-ross patients: risk factors for allograft dysfunction and failure.
Renal allograft dysfunction associated with rifampin-tacrolimus interaction.
The propensity for severe anemia among patients with allograft dysfunction is of particular concern given the growing size of this sub-population.
4 g/L) PD in a patient with primary hepatic allograft dysfunction with severe jaundice and renal failure.
Manna warned that JC virus infection could be associated with neurologic findings in addition to allograft dysfunction in kidney transplant patients.