Serial biopsy controlled evaluation of fine needle aspiration in renal allograft rejection.

Abstract

Transplant fine needle aspiration (FNA) cytology has been suggested as a method for monitoring intrarenal changes of acute rejection after transplantation. We studied this technique by sampling dog renal allografts daily with simultaneous FNA's and core needle biopsies from the time of transplantation to complete rejection. Individual FNA's were analyzed by… (More)

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@article{Belitsky1985SerialBC, title={Serial biopsy controlled evaluation of fine needle aspiration in renal allograft rejection.}, author={Philip Belitsky and Jeremiah Campbell and Rajiv Gupta}, journal={Laboratory investigation; a journal of technical methods and pathology}, year={1985}, volume={53 5}, pages={580-5} }