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Late Spontaneous Subcapsular Hematoma in an Allograft Kidney

Choi G, Hwang E, Jang M, Han S, Park S, Kim H, Kim S

A spontaneous subcapsular hematoma in an allograft kidney is a rare condition with only a few cases reported in the literature. Common causes of subcapsular hematoma of an allograft include...
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The Graft Outcomes of Living Donor Renal Transplantation according to Gender, Age, and BMI Matching between Donors and Recipients

Kim EJ, Kwon OJ

BACKGROUND: Despite significant advances in immunosuppression, supportive therapies, and operative skills, several factors still compromise long-term graft survival of patients who undergo renal transplantation. This study was designed to evaluate...
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Clinical Analysis of 10 Years Brain Death Donors in Single Center after Korean Network for Organ Sharing

Lee JM, Lee YJ, Kyung KD, Im YC, Oh CK, Ahn JH, Min YG, Kim JH, Lee MY

BACKGROUND: Brain-death donation became legal in Korea after "The law of organ transplantation" was established at 2000. Therefore, in this study, we report on the clinical analysis of brain-death donors...
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Infectious Complications in Renal Transplant Recipients: Changing Epidemiology under Modern Immunosuppression

Min SI, Park YJ, Ra W, Kim SY, Min SK, Oh MD, Kim YS, Ahn C, Kim SJ, Ha J

BACKGROUND: Immunosuppressive agents with higher potencies, such as tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil (MMF), have been introduced and widely accepted in clinical practice. This study evaluated the impact of these newer...
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Crude Incidence Rate of Malignancy after Kidney Transplantation

Kim HS, Seo YM, Park UJ, Kim HT, Cho WH, Hwang EA, Han SY, Park SB, Kim HC, Jang HS, Joo SH

BACKGROUND: The incidence pattern of malignancy after kidney transplantation is different from that of the general population. Because increased exposure to immunosuppressants results in an increased incidence of malignancy, institutional...
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A Renal Transplantation and Hemodialysis Cost-Utility Analysis in Patients with End-Stage Renal Disease

Kim SI, Kim YS, Kim MS, Park EC, Jeon KO, Son SY, Hahm MI, Lee HY

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to examine the cost-effectiveness of renal transplantation and hemodialysis among end-stage renal disease patients. METHODS: Empirical data on treatment costs were collected from five...
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The Use of Non-Heart Beating Donors to Expand the Donor Pool

Kim JM, Kim SJ

There is a persistent shortage of allografts available for transplantation, so we envisioned using non-heart beating donation to expand the donor pool. Non-heart beating donors (NHBD) were categorized using four...
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Expanded Criteria Donors

Kim YH, Lee MR

Due to an impressive reduction in traffic mortalities in recent years, stroke has replaced trauma as the main cause of brain death, and the mean age of donors has increased...
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Operational and Regulatory System Requirements for Pursuing Self-sufficiency in Deceased Donor Organ Transplantation Program in Korea

Kim MG, Jeong JC, Cho EJ, Huh KH, Yang J, Byeon NI, Yu JS, Bang KT, Chung HS, Ha JW, Kim SI, Cho WH, Ahn C

Since beginning with the first organ transplantation from brain-dead donor in 1979, organ transplantation has been developing continuously in Korea. However, organ shortage still is a serious problem in the...
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