Long-term maintenance of sustained virological response in liver transplant recipients treated for recurrent hepatitis C.

@article{Ponziani2014LongtermMO,
  title={Long-term maintenance of sustained virological response in liver transplant recipients treated for recurrent hepatitis C.},
  author={Francesca Romana Ponziani and Raffaella Vigan{\`o} and Rosa Maria Iemmolo and Maria Francesca Donato and Maria Rendina and Pierluigi Toniutto and Luisa Pasulo and Maria Cristina Morelli and Patrizia Burra and Lucia Miglioresi and Manuela Merli and Daniele Di Paolo and Stefano Fagiuoli and Antonio Gasbarrini and Maurizio Pompili and Luca Belli and Giorgio Enrico Gerunda and Maria Marino and Roberto Montalti and Fabrizio di Benedetto and Nicola de Ruvo and Cristina Rigamonti and Massimo Colombo and Giorgio Rossi and Alfredo Di Leo and Luigi G Lupo and Vincenzo Memeo and Roberto Spyridon Bringiotti and Marianna Zappimbulso and Davide Bitetto and Vittoria Vero and Maria Colpani and Ezio Fornasiere and Antonio Pinna and Valentina Rosa Bertuzzo and Eleonora De Martin and Marco Senzolo and Giuseppe Ettorre and Ubaldo Visco-Comandini and Giorgio Antonucci and Mario Angelico and Giuseppe Tisone and Valerio Giannelli and Michela Giusto},
  journal={Digestive and liver disease : official journal of the Italian Society of Gastroenterology and the Italian Association for the Study of the Liver},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={440-5}
}
BACKGROUND The recurrence of hepatitis C viral infection is common after liver transplant, and achieving a sustained virological response to antiviral treatment is desirable for reducing the risk of graft loss and improving patients' survival. AIM To investigate the long-term maintenance of sustained virological response in liver transplant recipients… CONTINUE READING