graft failure

graft failure

Clinical immunology Loss of function in a transplanted organ or tissue. See Graft.
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However, patients are still at risk for graft failure and issues with patency.
There was no evidence of newly developed significant stenosis or graft failure.
15) Reasons for graft failure include graft displacement, autolysis, improper placement, infection and Eustachian tube dysfunction.
The results were compared regarding age, type of hypospadias, graft failure and urethrocutanous fistula in these patients.
Cerebrovascular disease and use of antiplatelet medications post-operatively, both of which probably reflect more advanced atherosclerosis, and surgical factors, including longer operative times, use of endoscopic graft harvesting, and poor quality of the target artery, were predictors of vein graft failure.
These limitations have resulted in a high rate of graft failure and delayed engraftment in adult patients.
The POSAT scheme will address this by training a cohort of 4 early stage researchers to function at this dynamic interface in order to address specific problems which contribute to chronic graft failure.
2 Alves et al suggested MELD scores greater than 18 was associated with higher probability of graft failure after living donor liver transplantation (LDLT).
The primary endpoint of the study was a composite endpoint of treatment failure (biopsy-proven acute rejection or BPAR, graft failure, loss to follow up or death that was evaluated after a 12-month treatment period to demonstrate the non-inferiority of LCP-Tacro compared to Prograf.
5) They found that peak flow, mean graft flow (MGF), and PI were independent predictors of graft failure.
They found that those patients taking fish oil experienced a lower rate of graft failure, with half as many grafts lost to clotting.
HEMACORD has a boxed warning regarding the risks of Graft Versus Host Disease (GVHD), engraftment syndrome, graft failure, and infusion reactions, each of which may be fatal.