Living donor liver transplantation for acute liver failure in infants: the impact of unknown etiology.

@article{Sakamoto2008LivingDL,
  title={Living donor liver transplantation for acute liver failure in infants: the impact of unknown etiology.},
  author={Seisuke Sakamoto and Hironori Haga and Hiroto Egawa and Mureo Kasahara and Kohei Ogawa and Yasutsugu Takada and Shinji Uemoto},
  journal={Pediatric transplantation},
  year={2008},
  volume={12 2},
  pages={167-73}
}
Infants with ALF occasionally have the most urgent need for a liver transplant. In urgent situations for liver transplantation, LDLT has been advocated. Between July 1995 and April 2004, medical records of 15 infants undergoing LDLT for ALF of unknown etiology were reviewed and their outcomes were compared with infants undergoing LDLT for other liver… CONTINUE READING