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Invasive Gastrointestinal and Cutaneous Mucormycosis in Deceased Donor Small Bowel Transplantation: Case Report and Review of Literature

Huh JM, Jung GO, Kwon CH, Joh JW, Kim SJ, Lee SK

Fungal infection is an uncommon complication after small bowel transplantation. We present a rare form of mucormycosis found in the small bowel graft and in the skin of a recipient....
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Necrotizing Fasciitis following Liver Transplantation

Kim JD, Han YS, Choi DL

Necrotizing fasciitis is a rapidly spreading subcutaneous infection. It can occur in patients after solid organ transplantation. But, the reports for necrotizing fasciitis after liver transplantation are very unusual. We...
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Kidney Transplantation after ex vivo Repair of an Aneurysm of the Donor Renal Artery

Hwang JK, Kim JI, Moon IS

Kidney transplantation, particularly from a living donor, is the treatment of choice for most patients with end-stage renal disease. The superior results achieved with kidney transplantation from living donor. We...
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Pneumonia Caused by Fungus, Pneumocystis Jirovecii and Cytomegalovirus Coinfection in Patient with Renal Transplantation: A Case Report

Kim TY, Nam WJ, Kim SM, Shin JH, Lee KE, Kim SH, Oh DJ, Yu SH

Renal transplantation has become a well-established, definitive, highly successful therapy for end stage renal disease and been increased in previous decades. Korean Network for Organ Sharing reports that renal transplantation...
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The Results of Spousal Donor Kidney Transplantation Via Exchange Donor Program and Direct Spousal Donor Kidney Transplantation in Living Donor Kidney Transplantation: Single Center Experience

Lim JK, Kim MS, Kwon OJ

BACKGROUND: The shortage of living related and deceased donor groups is one of the major problems of kidney transplantation. We examined the results of spouse and spousal exchange among living...
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Comparison of New Onset Diabetes according to the Time of Onset in Kidney Transplant Recipients

Yoon KJ, Park JH, Kim DJ, Park SG, Lee JH, Kim JS, Hyun SJ, Lee S

BACKGROUND: New onset diabetes is a common complication after kidney transplantation. However, the clinical course of post-transplant diabetes mellitus (PTDM) remains unclear. The aim of the present study is to...
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Report of 1,000 Kidney Transplants at the Sungkyunkwan University of Korea

Jung HT, Jung GO, Choi GS, Kwon CH, Kim SJ, Joh JW, Lee SK

BACKGROUND: This study aims to report clinical outcome and long term graft and patient survival rate of one thousand kidney transplantation. We analyzed risk factors that impact on graft survival...
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Decision Factors on Mycophenolic Acid Dose after Renal Transplantation

Kim SJ, Kim MS, Han DJ, Yang CW, Lee S, Yun IJ, Cho BS, Lee TW, Rim H, Kim MJ, Han DC, Shin GT, Oh CK, Do JY, Han SY, Choi SJ, Na KR

BACKGROUND: Triple immunosuppressant therapy including anti-metabolites is the representative immunosuppressive therapy after renal transplantation. This study is to evaluate the factors that influence Mycophenolate sodium (MPS, Myfortic, Novartis, Basel, Switzerland)...
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Malignancy in Renal Transplant Recipients

Kong JM

With improved management of infectious and cardiovascular complications of renal transplant recipients, prolonged survival with long-term follow up duration, and increasing age of patients, cancer became an increasingly important cause...
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Posttransplant Diabetes Mellitus

Kim HS, Kim SY

The new onset diabetes mellitus after transplantation is common and contributes to recipient morbidity and mortality. Here, we describe the prevalence, risk factors, pathogenesis, influence on outcomes, diagnosis, and treatment...
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