Q. Yousuf

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BACKGROUND Even after adequate immunosuppression therapy, acute rejection continues to be the single most important cause of graft dysfunction after renal transplantation. Renal allograft biopsy continues to be the reference standard, though certain clinical and biochemical parameters are helpful in assessment of these patients. Renal allograft rejection is(More)
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