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A Case of Rapidly Progressive Primary Sclerosing Cholangitis Requiring Liver Transplantation

Lim TS, Park JY, Kim SI, Kang H, Chung MJ

Primary sclerosing cholangitis (PSC) is a slowly progressive cholestatic liver disease. In cases of PSC, liver transplantation is the only effective treatment that can delay the disease's natural course. We...
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Long-term Result in Ureteroneocystostomy for Complete Duplicated Ureters in Renal Transplantation

Lee SS, Huh K

Duplicated ureters are the most common congenital malformation of the upper urinary tract, but there are few reports on the transplantation of kidneys with duplicated ureters. We introduce different techniques...
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A Case of Acute Graft versus Host Disease after Liver Transplantation

Lee HJ, Lee SM, Kim BC, Chu CW, Yang KH, Ryu JH, Moon KM, Choi KU, Kim HH

The mortality rate of patients with acute graft versus host disease (GVHD) after liver transplantation is very high. Autoimmune hepatitis and diabetes mellitus (DM) is the risk factors of GVHD....
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Update on the Treatment of Acute and Chronic Antibody-mediated Rejection

Park KT, Jung CW, Kim MG

Antibody-mediated rejection (AMR) by preformed and/or de novo human leukocyte antigen alloantibodies is a leading cause of early and late allograft loss. In this review, we describe strategic approaches to...
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Management of Hepatitis C Viral Infection Pre- and Post-liver Transplantation

Lee SW, Bae SH

One of the strategies to improve the outcomes of liver transplantation of hepatitis C viral infection related diseases is antiviral therapy pre- and post-liver transplantation. The antiviral therapies have been...
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