C Montalbert

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Infected Thomas shunts pose a problem for the surgeon treating end-stage renal failure patients. Complete removal of the prosthesis with ligation of the femoral vessels may jeopardize the limb. Removal of the shunt without the Dacron patch usually will not eradicate the infection. The present article describes a two-stage approach in six patients with(More)
Hemodialysis and renal transplantation were performed in a patient with end stage renal disease caused by polyarteritis nodosa. Severe peripheral neuropathy developed during hemodialysis. Five years after transplantation, marked improvement of the neuropathy associated with adequate function of the allograft has been noted. There has been no detectable(More)
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