Successful allo-SCT in a Fanconi anemia patient with renal impairment using reduced doses of CY and fludarabine

@article{Turkistani2010SuccessfulAI,
  title={Successful allo-SCT in a Fanconi anemia patient with renal impairment using reduced doses of CY and fludarabine},
  author={Waheed A Turkistani and M Ashour and Hamad Al-Mojalli and Mouhab Ayas},
  journal={Bone Marrow Transplantation},
  year={2010},
  volume={45},
  pages={415-416}
}
BM failure is the main cause of morbidity in patients with Fanconi anemia (FA), but the presence of other abnormalities such as renal/urogenital anomalies (estimated to be present in about 24–30% of FA patients) can further aggravate the clinical course and affect the outcome. Patients may have complete absence of one kidney, hypoplastic, dysplastic, malformed (usually horseshoe) or ectopic kidneys, and double ureters. Any of the above problems can affect the renal function and may potentially… CONTINUE READING
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