Transplantation: Cytomegalovirus prophylaxis: how long is enough?


organ transplantation candidates who are seronegative for cytomegalovirus (Cmv) and receive a transplant from a donor who is Cmv-seropositive (Cmv D+/r– transplantation) are the population at highest risk of Cmv disease soon after transplantation. although most experts advise that such patients receive Cmv prophylaxis, Cmv disease often develops shortly… (More)
DOI: 10.1038/nrneph.2009.207


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@article{Kumar2010TransplantationCP, title={Transplantation: Cytomegalovirus prophylaxis: how long is enough?}, author={D. Sriram Kumar and Atul Humar}, journal={Nature Reviews Nephrology}, year={2010}, volume={6}, pages={13-14} }