Renal transplant in a patient with major donor-recipient blood group incompatibility: reversal of acute rejection by the use of modified plasmapheresis.


A 47-year-old patient with blood group O inadvertently received a mismatched kidney from a donor of blood group A. Two days after transplantation, the clinical, biochemical manifestation of an intrarenal, intravascular coagulation was seen. This was treated by plasma exchange with the rapid reversal of all parameters, and reduction of both the IgG and IgM… (More)


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