Early and late residual renal function and surgical complications in living donors: a 15-year experience at a single institution.

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Living donation in the field of renal transplantation has increased over time as well as the use of laparoscopic nephrectomy. We present a 15-year experience on 162 living donors (105 women, 57 men; mean age, 46.7 years; range, 31-74 years) who underwent nephrectomy using different surgical approaches as open lombotomic nephrectomy (OLN), open… (More)

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@article{Sansalone2006EarlyAL, title={Early and late residual renal function and surgical complications in living donors: a 15-year experience at a single institution.}, author={Cosimo Vincenzo Sansalone and Gennaro Maione and Paolo Aseni and Ornella Rossetti and Iacopo Mangoni and Stefano Soldano and Anna Maria De Roberto and Michael Minetti and Maria Luisa Perrino and Giovanni Civati}, journal={Transplantation proceedings}, year={2006}, volume={38 4}, pages={994-5} }