Effects of simultaneous iliac artery angioplasty on graft and patient survival after living-donor kidney transplantation.

@article{Han2014EffectsOS,
  title={Effects of simultaneous iliac artery angioplasty on graft and patient survival after living-donor kidney transplantation.},
  author={Duck Jong Han and Young Hoon Kim and Young Soo Chung and Youngjin Han and Heungman Jun and Tae-Won Kwon and Yong-Pil Cho},
  journal={Transplantation},
  year={2014},
  volume={97 8},
  pages={826-31}
}
BACKGROUND Renal transplant candidates with extended indications, such as older age and advanced atherosclerosis, are currently accepted onto the waiting list. METHODS We retrospectively evaluated the clinical outcomes of simultaneous kidney transplantation and angioplasty compared with transplantation alone. RESULTS We included 748 patients who underwent living-donor kidney transplant because of end-stage renal disease during a 5-year period, consisting of 27 kidney transplants with… CONTINUE READING

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