[Renal neuroadrenergic effects. Part I. Renal ischemia caused by sympathetic stimulation and risk factors of cadaver donor].

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Functional impairment of transplanted kidneys may occur due to circumstances related either directly or indirectly to the donor, the graft or the receptor. In most publications, renal damage is frequently attributed to ischaemia phenomena, mainly host ischaemia, either because of intraoperative interruption of blood flow for an exceedingly long interval… (More)

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@article{Matilla1997RenalNE, title={[Renal neuroadrenergic effects. Part I. Renal ischemia caused by sympathetic stimulation and risk factors of cadaver donor].}, author={F Garc{\'i}a Matilla and Fernando Garc{\'i}a Montes}, journal={Actas urologicas espanolas}, year={1997}, volume={21 3}, pages={236-41} }