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  • M A Gentil, J L Rocha, +6 authors J Mateos
  • 1999
BACKGROUND With a few exceptions, most published studies do not show an influence of antibodies to the hepatitis C virus (HCV) on the success of a kidney transplant. METHODS We studied all our renal transplant recipients who had received kidneys from cadaver donors (n = 335) and had been treated with quadruple immunosuppression (steroids, azathioprine,(More)
SUMMARY Objective: Report for first time in Mexico a case of hereditary mixed polyposis and review the literature. Background: The hereditary mixed polyposis syndrome (HMPS) is an uncommon condition, distinguished by presence of a different histological pattern of polyps in digestive tract, clinically manifested by diarrhea, anemia and weight loss. Case(More)
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