Vascular and nonvascular complications of renal transplants: sonographic evaluation and correlation with other imaging modalities, surgery, and pathology.

@article{Friedewald2005VascularAN,
  title={Vascular and nonvascular complications of renal transplants: sonographic evaluation and correlation with other imaging modalities, surgery, and pathology.},
  author={Sarah M. Friedewald and Ernesto P. Molmenti and John J Friedewald and Marius R Dejong and Ulrike M. Hamper},
  journal={Journal of clinical ultrasound : JCU},
  year={2005},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={127-39}
}
Cadaveric or living donor renal transplantation is commonly performed in individuals with end-stage renal disease. In recent years, gray-scale sonography, coupled with color Doppler sonography (CDUS), power Doppler sonography (PDUS), or spectral Doppler sonography, has become the primary imaging modality for these patients. Postoperative serial sonography is performed to detect complications and aid in posttransplant management. In addition, sonography is used to guide percutaneous aspiration… CONTINUE READING
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