Significant arterial complications after pancreas transplantation—A single‐center experience and review of literature

@article{Yadav2017SignificantAC,
  title={Significant arterial complications after pancreas transplantation—A single‐center experience and review of literature},
  author={K. Yadav and S. Young and E. Finger and R. Kandaswamy and D. Sutherland and J. Golzarian and T. Dunn},
  journal={Clinical Transplantation},
  year={2017},
  volume={31}
}
Arterial fistulas and pseudoaneurysms are rarely described significant arterial complications associated with pancreas transplantation that sometimes present with herald or catastrophic bleeding. We herein describe our institutional case series with a focus on management and outcomes. Of 2256 pancreas transplants, 24 arterial complications were identified in 23 recipients. Chart review was performed to describe the clinical characteristics, treatments, and outcomes of the complications… Expand
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