Transplantation of the human uterus

@article{Fageeh2002TransplantationOT,
  title={Transplantation of the human uterus},
  author={Wafa M. K. Fageeh and Hassan Raffa and Hussein Jabbad and Anas M. Marzouki},
  journal={International Journal of Gynecology \& Obstetrics},
  year={2002},
  volume={76}
}
Uterus transplantation in a non-human primate: long-term follow-up after autologous transplantation.
TLDR
The modified UTx model of Group 2 is a safe procedure and shows resumed long-term uterine function in a majority of the animals, although pregnancy could not be demonstrated.
Uterus Allo-Transplantation in a Swine Model: Long-Term Graft Survival and Reproductive Function
TLDR
This study evaluated the safety and feasibility of the technology of allogeneic UTx, which was performed only by transplant uterine artery system from living-donor surgery in a swine model to show long-term survival and resumed estrous after UTx.
Uterus transplantation in the baboon: methodology and long-term function after auto-transplantation.
TLDR
This study demonstrates the feasibility of UTx by vascular anastomosis in a non-human primate species by developing surgical techniques for uterus retrieval and transplantation in the baboon.
Preclinical report on allogeneic uterus transplantation in non-human primates.
TLDR
The findings suggest that allogeneic UTx in primate species is feasible but continued work on this issue is needed, and further research is needed to optimize immunosuppression protocols in order to avoid uterine rejection.
A new surgical technique of uterine auto-transplantation in cynomolgus monkey: preliminary report about two cases
TLDR
The feasibility of uterine auto-transplantation by using new surgical technique in cynomolgus monkeys is demonstrated by demonstrating there was no congestion in the uterus, and the uterus showed the typical red color of a normal uterus at 40 days after the operation.
Surgical technique for allogeneic uterus transplantation in macaques
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A surgical technique for allogeneic UTx assuming the recovery of a uterus from a deceased donor in cynomolgus macaques is described and all recipients survived for more than 90 days post-transplantation, without any surgical complications.
Heterotopic Uterus Transplantation in a Swine Model
TLDR
Findings demonstrate that successful uterus transplantation in a large animal model (miniature swine) is feasible using this heterotopic model, and it can be useful for the study of these transplants.
The Evolution of Transplantation From Saving Lives to Fertility Treatment
TLDR
Uterus transplantation (UTx) aims at giving women affected by absolute uterine-factor infertility the possibility of carrying their own pregnancy and is a unique type of transplant; whose only true success is a healthy child birth.
First live birth after uterus transplantation in the Middle East
TLDR
This is the first report of a healthy live birth after uterus transplantation in the MENAT region and it is hoped that this will motivate further progress and additional clinical trials in this area in the Middle East Region.
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