Liver transplantation a 31 year perspective part i liver transplantation has had intellectual as well as practical ramifications in all aspects of hepatology in 1955 when the concept of transplanting a whole liver was first mentioned in the medical literature the specialty of liepatology still had ambiguous boundaries and purposes. Liver transplantation a 31 year perspective thomas e starzl anthony j demetris home worldcat home about worldcat help search search for library items search for lists search for a current problems in surgery classic spann u00a0u00a0u00a0n schema . Liver transplantation a 31 year perspective part iii infectious problems in liver transplantation bacterial and fungal infections h liver grafts rnay possess some immunologic advantage as discussed earlier the practical reality is that heavv initial immur1osuppression and later maintenance therapy are required in the same way as with other organs. In 1983 the national institutes of health after evaluate the result of 531 cases approved liver transplantation as a valid therapy for treament of end stage liver diseases in 1989 starzl et al reported survival of 1179 patients submitted to liver transplantation from 1 to 5 years after the procedure 73 and 64 respectively. Read the latest articles of current problems in surgery at sciencedirectcom elseviers leading platform of peer reviewed scholarly literature liver transplantation a 31 year perspective part ii thomas e starzl anthony j demetris pages 123 178 download pdf previous vol issue next vol issue
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