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


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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