Initial report of bladder carcinoma following combined bladder-drained pancreas and kidney transplantation.

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Although long-term survival of a functional allograft requiring long-term immunosuppressive therapy is responsible for higher incidence of non-urothelial cancers in renal allograft recipients than in normal population, the incidence of bladder cancer is uncommon and carcinoma of the bladder in the setting of combined kidney-pancreas transplantation has not… (More)

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@article{Highshaw2002InitialRO, title={Initial report of bladder carcinoma following combined bladder-drained pancreas and kidney transplantation.}, author={Ralph A Highshaw and Hari Siva Gurunadha Rao Tunuguntla and Richard Perez and Regina F. Gandour-Edwards and Christopher P. Evans}, journal={Clinical transplantation}, year={2002}, volume={16 5}, pages={383-6} }