Frequent severe liver iron overload after stem cell transplantation and its possible association with invasive aspergillosis

@article{Alts2004FrequentSL,
  title={Frequent severe liver iron overload after stem cell transplantation and its possible association with invasive aspergillosis},
  author={A. Guti{\`e}rrez Alt{\`e}s and A F Remacha and Pilar Sard{\'a} and Francisco Jos{\'e} Sancho and Anna Sureda and Rodrigo Martino and J Rubio Briones and Salut Brunet and Carme Saurina Canals and Jorge Sierra},
  journal={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
  year={2004},
  volume={34},
  pages={505-509}
}
Summary:Iron overload is associated with free radical generation and tissue damage. Our main objective was to ascertain the frequency and severity of iron overload in a group of 59 patients who died after conventional-intensity autologous (n=24) or allogeneic (n=35) haematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT). A second objective was to investigate associations between liver-iron concentration and causes of transplant-related mortality. The median age was 41 years (range, 19–66), 41 were… CONTINUE READING
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