Chronic lung allograft dysfunction: evolving practice.

  title={Chronic lung allograft dysfunction: evolving practice.},
  author={Robin Vos and Stijn E Verleden and Geert M. Verleden},
  journal={Current opinion in organ transplantation},
  volume={20 5},
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Chronic lung allograft dysfunction (CLAD) was recently introduced as an overarching term covering different phenotypes of chronic allograft dysfunction, including obstructive CLAD (bronchiolitis obliterans syndrome), restrictive CLAD (restrictive allograft syndrome) and graft dysfunction due to causes not related to chronic rejection. In the present review, we will highlight the latest insights and current controversies regarding the new CLAD terminology, underlying… CONTINUE READING
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