National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry: report on outcomes in cyclosporine-treated female kidney transplant recipients with an interval from transplant to pregnancy of greater than five years.

@article{Gaughan1996NationalTP,
  title={National Transplantation Pregnancy Registry: report on outcomes in cyclosporine-treated female kidney transplant recipients with an interval from transplant to pregnancy of greater than five years.},
  author={William J. Gaughan and Michael J Moritz and John S Radomski and John French Burke and Vincent T. Armenti},
  journal={American journal of kidney diseases : the official journal of the National Kidney Foundation},
  year={1996},
  volume={28 2},
  pages={
          266-9
        }
}
Successful renal transplantation enables previously infertile females to conceive and carry a pregnancy. Much of the reported data on posttransplantation pregnancy accrued before the advent of cyclosporine, when steroids and azathioprine were the mainstays of maintenance immunosuppression. One factor affecting pregnancy outcome in kidney recipients is the length of time from transplantation to conception or transplant interval. It has been recommended that patients wait at least 2 years… CONTINUE READING

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