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Anemia following renal transplantation: erythropoietin response and iron deficiency.
To define the etiology of anemia post-renal transplantation, we assessed hematologic parameters and EPO levels in 38 anemic and 16 non-anemic control renal transplant recipients (RTRs) with varyingExpand
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Unemployment in inner-city renal transplant recipients: predictive and sociodemographic factors.
Studies of dialysis patients report unemployment rates of 60% to 75%; however, it is generally believed that following transplantation, improvement in well-being and removal of time constraintsExpand
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Hyperuricemia and gout in renal allograft recipients.
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Diabetes mellitus after renal transplantation: as deleterious as non-transplant-associated diabetes?
BACKGROUND Despite use of lower doses of corticosteroid hormones after renal allotransplantation in the era of cyclosporine and tacrolimus, posttransplant diabetes mellitus remains a common clinicalExpand
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The influence of delayed renal allograft function on long-term outcome in the cyclosporine era.
The influence of delayed renal graft function on long-term allograft outcome remains uncertain. All 495 cyclosporine treated cadaver donor renal transplants within a single center were analyzed withExpand
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THE INFLUENCE OF NEPHRECTOMY OF THE PRIMARY ALLOGRAFT ON RETRANSPLANT GRAFT OUTCOME IN THE CYCLOSPORINE ERA1
The present analysis was undertaken to evaluate the influence of primary allograft nephrectomies on the early function, incidence of rejection, and short-term graft survival of subsequent renalExpand
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Mycobacterial infections in renal allograft recipients.
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Racial differences in long-term renal allograft outcome.
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