Transplantation of a duct-ligated pancreatic allograft to a diabetic patient.

Abstract

A 52-year-old man with an extremely instable insulin-treated diabetes mellitus, were transplanted with a duct-ligated pancreatic segment from a brain-dead donor. The graft showed immediately a satisfying endocrine function. The blood glucose levels were normalized and no exogenous insulin was administered. After five days a clear fluid with high contents of… (More)

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@article{Brynger1975TransplantationOA, title={Transplantation of a duct-ligated pancreatic allograft to a diabetic patient.}, author={Hans Brynger and G{\"{o}ran Blohm{\'e} and Gerd M. E. Claes and Annelie Gustafsson and L E Gelin}, journal={Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology}, year={1975}, volume={29 Suppl}, pages={59-62} }