Annie Jain

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FK 506 was given for immunosuppression in 14 liver recipients. The drug was used in the first 10 cases because the recipients under conventional immunosuppression had rejection, nephrotoxicity, or both. This salvage therapy was successful in 7 of the 10 attempts. 2 of the 10 patients in the original salvage group as well as 4 new patients underwent fresh(More)
C YCLOSPORINE (CyA) has been a major advance in the armamentarium of immunosuppressive agents used in clinical transplantation. The use of Cy A and steroids has increased patient and graft survival in human transplantation. 1 ,2 Rejection continues to be the most common cause of retransplantation, and death is often a sequela of treatment of rejection. A(More)
Progressive multifocal leukoencephalopathy (PML) is a rapidly progressive AIDS the central nervous system. PML affects up to 8% of patients with AIDS and in most cases is fatal within 3–5 months. We presented here a case of 66 years old male who is non HIV with past history of splenectomy, and diagnosed as progressive multifocal leukoencephalopat Here, we(More)
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