Pediatric living-related and cadaveric liver transplantation: a single center experience.

@article{Katz1994PediatricLA,
  title={Pediatric living-related and cadaveric liver transplantation: a single center experience.},
  author={Stephen M. Katz and Claire F. Ozaki and H. P. Monsour and Deidre K. Fontenot and Leslie S. Baumann and Michael Thomas and Maureen Weldon and Jay M. Ver Hoef and Robert Paul Wood},
  journal={Transplantation proceedings},
  year={1994},
  volume={26 1},
  pages={
          145-6
        }
}
Living-related liver transplantation is becoming more commonplace worldwide in the treatment of end-stage liver disease in the pediatric age group. Our LRD experience has resulted in patient and graft survival rates comparable to our cadaveric donor recipients. The incidence and severity of acute rejection episodes were similar. This differs from the clear immunologic advantage of living-related donation in kidney transplantation. It may, however, reflect the relatively small numbers in our LRD… CONTINUE READING

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