Cyclosporine nephrotoxicity: how does it affect renal allograft function and transplant morphology?

Abstract

Chronic CSA nephrotoxicity is the second most important diagnosis responsible for the late graft failure. CSA associated arteriolopathy (CAA) is a well-known lesion of chronic CSA nephrotoxicity. The clinicopathological characteristics and the significance of CSA nephrotoxicity have changed following reduction in CSA doses and implementation of monitoring… (More)

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