Manifestations of renal allograft rejection in small children receiving adult kidneys

@article{Bunchman2004ManifestationsOR,
  title={Manifestations of renal allograft rejection in small children receiving adult kidneys},
  author={T. Bunchman and D. Fryd and R. Sibley and S. Mauer},
  journal={Pediatric Nephrology},
  year={2004},
  volume={4},
  pages={255-258}
}
We were concerned that clinical manifestations of rejection (R) might be subtle in small children transplanted with adult kidneys. We retrospectively analyzed the first rejection episode (biopsy proven) in 22 children (R group) under age 4 years [mean age, 23.7±2.2 months (±SEM); mean weight, 9.4±0.4 kg] receiving an adult-related donor kidney. We matched these patients for age, date of transplant, donor source and immunosuppression with 36 children without R (control or C group). We compared… Expand
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