Sonography: a useful tool to detect the mechanical causes of renal transplant dysfunction.

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PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to evaluate the utility of sonography in distinguishing between mechanical and nonmechanical causes for renal transplant dysfunction. METHODS We reviewed all ultrasound examination reports (n = 286) for 63 consecutive patients who received 64 renal transplants. We assessed the sensitivity and specificity of different… (More)

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@article{Gottlieb1999SonographyAU, title={Sonography: a useful tool to detect the mechanical causes of renal transplant dysfunction.}, author={Ronald Gottlieb and Susan L Voci and S P Cholewinski and D. F. Hartley and D. J. Rubens and Mariana Orloff and Oscar L. Bronsther}, journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU}, year={1999}, volume={27 6}, pages={325-33} }