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solid organ

An internal organ that has a firm tissue consistency and is neither hollow (such as the organs of the gastrointestinal tract) nor liquid (such as blood). Such organs include the heart, kidney, liver, lungs, and pancreas.
See also: organ
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Juergen Pohle, Neovii CEO commented, 'We are very enthusiastic to work with Mundipharma as a partner to develop Grafalon in China further by developing its indication for use in stem cell transplantation and further solidifying the position of Grafalon as a leading treatment for solid organ transplant patients in China.'
Uniform definitions for donor-derived infectious disease transmissions in solid organ transplantation.
There were 32 cases of solid organ injuries in this series, and in all cases hemoperitoneum was present, whereas all other series reported significant percentage of cases with solid organ injuries without hemoperitoneum ranging from 20% by Beat Schnuriger et al to 40% by Patel N Y et al.
One of the most important adverse effects of immunosuppression in all solid organ transplant recipients is an increased risk of solid organ malignancy (30,31).
Frequently, other more subtle findings, such as free fluid in the absence of solid organ injury, may be the only clue to the diagnosis [9].
In the past 10 years, rabies transmission by solid organ transplantation has been described occasionally worldwide (2-4).
Although IRIS has been increasingly reported in solid organ transplant recipients, this entity may still remain unrecognized.
After ultrasound examination, most patients underwent surgical laparotomy to identify the gut and solid organ injury and were managed accordingly.
On September 17, 2015, the Pennsylvania Department of Health (PADOH) notified CDC of a cluster of three potentially health care-associated mucormycete infections that occurred among solid organ transplant recipients during a 12-month period at hospital A.
Solid organ high grade injuries after abdominal trauma can be treated nonoperatively in a successful manner in each hospital in which close follow-up and adequate medical equipment are provided [1].
Six patients had hematological malignancies while six were diagnosed with solid organ tumors, among the solid organ tumors three had metastatic disease with unknown primary.
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a significant cause of morbidity among solid organ transplant recipients.