Steven L. Humphreys

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INTRODUCTION The purposes of this study were: 1) to analyze the early results of cadaveric renal transplantation from either hepatitis C virus seropositive (HCV+ ) or hepatitis C virus seronegative (HCV-) donors into HCV + recipients; and 2) to determine whether HCV+ patients with end-stage renal disease (ESRD) might benefit from receiving renal allografts(More)
BACKGROUND The role of plasmapheresis in liver failure and hepatic coma remains controversial. Also, its use as a salvage strategy for patients with severe allograft dysfunction after liver transplantation has not been defined. This report reviews the use of plasmapheresis in primary hepatic allograft nonfunction (PNF). METHODS From May of 1997 to October(More)
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