Cadaver Renal Homotransplants: Initial Experiences.

Abstract

Four renal homotransplants were carried out between cadaver donors and four recipients, all of whom were in terminal chronic renal failure. Immune suppression was attempted with azathioprine (Imuran), actinomycin C and prednisone; no radiation was used, nor were the recipient's kidneys, spleen or thymus removed. One patient died with disseminated… (More)

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@article{Dossetor1964CadaverRH, title={Cadaver Renal Homotransplants: Initial Experiences.}, author={John B. Dossetor and M. Henry Gault and Juan Oliver and F G Inglis and K J Mackinnon and Lloyd D Maclean}, journal={Canadian Medical Association journal}, year={1964}, volume={91}, pages={733-42} }