Postanastomotic transplant renal artery stenosis: association with de novo class II donor-specific antibodies.

@article{Willicombe2014PostanastomoticTR,
  title={Postanastomotic transplant renal artery stenosis: association with de novo class II donor-specific antibodies.},
  author={Michelle Willicombe and Bynvant Sandhu and Paul S Brookes and Wady Gedroyc and Navid Hakim and Mohamed Hamady and Penny Hill and Adam G Mclean and Serge Moser and Vassilios Vassilios Papalois and Patti Tait and Mike Wilcock and David Taube},
  journal={American journal of transplantation : official journal of the American Society of Transplantation and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons},
  year={2014},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={133-43}
}
In this study, we analyze the outcomes of transplant renal artery stenosis (TRAS), determine the different anatomical positions of TRAS, and establish cardiovascular and immunological risk factors associated with its development. One hundred thirty-seven of 999 (13.7%) patients had TRAS diagnosed by angiography; 119/137 (86.9%) were treated with angioplasty, of which 113/137 (82.5%) were stented. Allograft survival in the TRAS+ intervention, TRAS+ nonintervention and TRAS- groups was 80.4%, 71… CONTINUE READING

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