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Neurologic Complications in Kidney Transplant Recipients

Kwun WH, Suh BY, Kwun KB, Do JY, Park TC

  • KMID: 2144953
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):327-337.
OBJECTIVE: Neurologic complications make a major contribution to morbidity and mortality in kidney transplant recipients. Most occur months or years after transplantation and may never come to the attention of...
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A Case of Successful Hepatic Retransplantation

Kim DG, Lee JW, Lee MD, Kim EK, Kim SN, Kim IC

  • KMID: 2144952
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):319-326.
Despite recent improvements in operative techniques, immunosuppression and organ procurement, failure of a hepatic allograft remains an important risk to liver recipients. In the absence of any effective method of...
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Polyomavirus Induced Interstital Nephritis in Renal Allograft Recipient

Moon JI, Jeong HJ, Hong SW, Cho NS, Kim SI, Kim YS, Park K

  • KMID: 2144951
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):313-318.
We report our experience of renal polyomavirus infection after renal allograft leading to graft dysfunction. A fourty seven-years-old male patient, has been on Tacrolimus based dual immunosuppression, showed graft dysfunction...
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Microsurgical Arteriovenous Shunt on the Wrist in the Patients of End-stage Renal Disease

Yoo BS, Yoo CH

  • KMID: 2144950
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):309-312.
The ideal sites of vascular access are on the forearm, however, where superficial vein are usually poor due to the chronicity of the disease. Limitation of microsurgical technique forces to...
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The Relationship between Self-Concept of Kidney-Transplantation Recipients and Their Family System Type by the Circumplex Model

Chun CJ, Kim JH

  • KMID: 2144949
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):297-308.
This study was aimed to explore the relationship between the type of family system and the self-concept of kidney-transplantation recipients. 190 recipients were sampled from 3 general hospitals in Seoul...
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The Significance of Urine Amylase in the Early Diagnosis of Allograft Rejection after Pancreas Transplantation

Jang HJ, Kim SC, Han DJ

  • KMID: 2144948
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):285-296.
Pancreas transplantation has became an accepted form of therapy for insulin dependent DM (IDDM). However, rejection remains the major cause of graft loss in pancreas allografts. To overcome the immunologic...
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Relationship of Renal Implantation Biopsies and Acute Rejection during Immediate Posttransplantation Period

Lee P, Koo DJ, Lee S, Kim JS, Nam ES, Kim ST, Choi CS

  • KMID: 2144947
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):275-284.
Many factors can be recognized for the acute rejection such as: degree of HLA mismatching, cytokine gene expression, ischemic time, etc. Some authors have suggested the importance of early routine...
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Relationship of Proteinuria and Graft Survival According to the Degree of Transplant Glomerulopathy

Jeong HJ, Moon JI, Kim SI, Hong SW, Kim YS, Park K

  • KMID: 2144946
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):269-274.
Transplant glomerulopathy (TG) is a special form of glomerular injury in renal allografts. It affects varying proportions of glomeruli, which may have an influence on the amount of proteinuria or...
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Tacrolimus Rescue Therapy in Steroid- & OKT3-Resistant Rejection after Renal Transplantation

Min SK, Jung IM, Kim SS, Ha J, Chung JK, Ahn CR, Kim SJ

  • KMID: 2144945
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):261-268.
Acute rejection in renal transplantation is a major risk factor threatening the longterm graft survival. Acute rejections refractory to conventional anti-rejection therapy using steroid pulse or antilymphocyte preparations occur in...
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Effects of Mycophenolate Mofetil on Acute Rejection of Allografted Kidney

Kim HT, Cho WH, Park CH, Park SB, Kim HC

  • KMID: 2144944
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):253-260.
Mycophenolate mofetil (MMF) is a novel new immunosuppressant which suppress proliferation of T and B lymphocytes by inhibiting inosine monophosphate dehydrogenase. Even though the results we can get now are...
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The Effect of Mycophenolate Mofetil on Chronic Rejection after Renal Transplantation

Park JH, Park JH, Kim HK, Yang CW, Kim YS, Moon IS, Koh YB, Bang BK

  • KMID: 2144943
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):247-252.
BACKGROUND: Although chronic rejection remains the leading cause of late graft failure, the pathophysiology of the phenomena is not completely understood and no specific treatment is available. The new immunosuppressive...
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Mycophenolate Mofetil in Living Donor Renal Allograft Recipients: Prospective Study up to 1 Year Post-transplantation

Park K, Moon JI, Kwon MS, Kim SI, Kim YS

  • KMID: 2144942
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):241-246.
No abstract available.
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Pregnancy in Female Patients with Renal Transplantation: Safety to mother, neonate and allograft

Park SG, Moon JI, Kim SI, Kim YS, Park YW, Park K

  • KMID: 2144941
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):235-240.
We retrospectively reviewed 48 pregnancies in 36 female patients after renal transplantation until February, 1998 at Yonsei University College of Medicine. All patients were maintained on cyclosporine-based immunosuppressive regimen before,...
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Long-term Follow-up of Living Kidney Donors

Moon JI, Kim SD, Kim SI, Kim SH, Kim YS, Park K

  • KMID: 2144940
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):229-234.
Kidney transplantation using living donors has been performed in our hospital since the very start in 1979. In recent years, we have expanded living donor pool, including unrelated one, because...
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Impact of the Pattern of Acute Rejection Episodes on Graft Survival

Oh JT, Lee KK, Chae KM, So BJ

  • KMID: 2144939
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):221-228.
The major reason for the chronic graft loss is chronic rejection. The only predictive factor for chronic rejection is a prior acute rejection episode resulting in a poorer long-term outcome....
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Clinical Experiences of 118 Cases Primary Living-Donor Renal Transplantations

Kim CY, Yu HC, Cho BH, Kim JC, Kang NP

  • KMID: 2144938
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):209-220.
From Feburary 1989 to December 1997, 118 cases of primary living-donor renal transplantations were performed in Chonbuk National University Hospital. We analyzed the outcome of grafts and the potential risk...
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Surgical Complications in 250 Renal Transplants: Clinical Course and Outcome

Park KH, Jeong JH, Kong JM

  • KMID: 2144937
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):199-208.
The surgical technique of renal transplantation has been well established, but surgical complications are not uncommon and still be important factors in postoperative mortality and morbidity. From August 1990 to...
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Clinical Experience of Kidney Transplantation in the Hallym University Hospital

Lee S, Lee P, Cho MH, Kim JS, Lee YC, Chae DW, Kim HJ, Yang DY, Kim SY, Kim HY, Lee KW, Cho HC, Nam ES, Kim MH, Kim ST, Yoon DW, Choi CS

  • KMID: 2144936
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):191-198.
Renal transplantation has been adopted as the treatment of choices for most patients with a end stage renal disease. This is the presentation of our experience of renal transplantation at...
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Effect of Cyclosporine, Mycophenolic Acid, and Rapamycin on the Proliferation of Rat Aortic Vascular Smooth Muscle Cells: in Vitro Study

Moon JI, Kim YS, Kim EH, Kwon MS, Kim SI, Park K

  • KMID: 2144935
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):183-190.
Proliferative and obliterative arteriopathy resulting ischemic end organ dysfunction is the main histologic feature of chronic rejection after organ transplantation. This vascular narrowing and intimal hyperplasia produced by chronic rejection...
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New Immunosuppressive Agent: The Effects of an Antagonist IL-15/IgG Fusion Protein

Kim YS, Chae DW, Strom TB

  • KMID: 2144934
  • J Korean Soc Transplant.
  • 1998 Nov;12(2):173-182.
Owing to shared receptor components, the biological activities of IL-15 are similar to those of IL-2. However the patterns of tissue expression of IL-2/IL-2R alpha and IL-15/IL-15R differ. The development...
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