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Autotransplantation has proved a suitable experimental model for the study of transplantation factors unrelated to immune response. Experimental autotransplantation of kidney enables us to assess the possible adverse effects of perfusion and ischaemia on the graft, to check the adequancy of the surgical anastomoses and to followup the function of the organ.(More)
The authors report four cases of spontaneous retroperitoneal haematomas, which occurred in their department during a half year period. The patients were admitted from different internal medicine departments. They had anaemia, and bleeding with unknown origin and localisation, and were in a bad condition. Three patients could be suitable for operation after(More)
Selective angiographypost mortem andin vivo, respectively, has been performed in canine kidneys (isolated, autografted or leftin situ) for the study of the renovascular changes caused by different perfusates and by reperfusion. The results indicate that inadequate heparinization, the composition of the perfusate, imperfect surgical techniques and even(More)
Induced precipitation of Ca-oxalate crystals and the possibility of its prevention were studied in dogs. In the first phase of the experiments precipitation of Ca-oxalate crystals in canine renal tubules was induced by intraperitoneal administration of Na-glyoxylate. Preventive medication (lipoic acid, vitamin B1, Milurit), applied in the second phase,(More)
Anatomic placement of a synthetic graft from the infrarenal aorta to the iliofemoral vessels has been a long recognized technique used to bypass occlusive disease of the distal aorta and iliofemoral arteries. However, in a few select patients with failure or infection of the abdominal graft, or in patients with a "hostile" abdomen from multiple prior(More)