allograft rejection


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al·lo·graft re·jec·tion

the rejection of tissue transplanted between two genetically different individuals of the same species. The rejection is caused by T lymphocytes responding to the foreign major histocompatibility complex of the graft.

al·lo·graft re·jec·tion

(al'lō-graft rĕ-jek'shŭn)
The rejection of tissue transplanted between two genetically different individuals of the same species. Rejection is caused by T lymphocytes responding to the foreign major histocompatibility complex of the graft.

allograft

a graft between individuals of the same species, but of a different genotype. Formerly called homograft.

allograft rejection
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When evaluating a transbronchial biopsy for allograft rejection, all hematoxylin-eosin levels should be reviewed thoroughly, especially since low-grade rejection might only be seen focally, such as in 1 or 2 levels.
Interplay between immune responses to HLA and non-HLA self-antigens in allograft rejection," Human Immunology, vol.
As a result, this technique could lead to timely evaluation and management of different causes of pancreatic dysfunction, such as pancreas allograft rejection and CMV infection, while eliminating the risk of major complications secondary to a more invasive diagnostic procedure.
As shown in table 2, there were no significant association between IL-18 and CD40 gene polymorphisms and acute kidney allograft rejection when AR group compared to those of non-AR group.
In this same study clinical stabilization was also achieved in patients with recurrent allograft rejection (40).
Lung transplant patients encountering acute allograft rejection (rejection caused by a foreign organ immediately after transplantation), especially patients with severe or multiple episodes, are at a greatly increased risk of developing OB.
Detection of cardiac allograft rejection and response to immunosuppressive therapy with peripheral blood gene expression.
Highlighting successful application or proteomics two kidney diseases, they describe treatments of acute kidney injury, nephritic syndrome, diabetic nephropathy, renal allograft rejection, renal cell carcinoma, obstructive nephropathy, kidney stone disease and uremia.
1) Various conditions, both obstetric and non-obstetric, can cause RCN; among the former are septic abortion, pre-eclampsia, eclampsia, HELLP syndrome, abruptio placentae and prolonged intrauterine fetal death; among the latter are snakebite, renal allograft rejection, uraemic-haemolytic syndrome, enterocolitis, pancreatitis, sepsis, etc.
Background: Although mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) has proven efficacy in preventing solid organ allograft rejection in adults, well-established dosing practices have yet to be established in children.
Proteomics can be a key tool for the prognosis of cardiac allograft rejection.
Of 49 patients who had liver transplantation for chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection between 1991 and 2004 and who received antiviral therapy with interferon and ribavirin for recurrent HCV, 12 had a sustained virologic response, 18 had a measurable improvement in liver test results, and 7 developed acute and/or ductopenic allograft rejection during therapy.