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Biliary factors in liver allograft rejection

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      • Thesis (M.D.)- University of Birmingham, Faculty of Medicine andDentistry,1990.

        StatementUniversity of Birmingham
        PublishersUniversity of Birmingham
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        LC Classifications1989
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        Paginationxvi, 102 p. :
        Number of Pages47
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Diagnosis relied on ERCP and liver biopsy. One of the procedures is to obtain larger liver mass by addition of grafts such as auxiliary partial orthotopic LDLT APOLT [34], but it has a lot of complications and Biliary factors in liver allograft rejection liver grafts [35,36], which is not common as it needs the presence of two available donors which is not always feasible.

Primary non-function PNF which was reported to be the commonest cause of early graft failure in cadaveric liver transplantation [190], did not occur in LDLT due to the short cold ischemic time. European FK506 Multicentre Liver Study Group [see comments]. Chronic rejection CR is an indolent, but progressive form of allograft injury that is usually irreversible and eventually results in the failure of most vascularized solid organ allografts. The role of antirejection therapy may be particularly important, since it could suppress CMV specific cytotoxic T-cell responses and result in prolonged viraemia, which in turn could cause a prolonged alloreactive cytotoxic response.

Sanchez-Urdazpal L, Batts KP, Gores GJ, Moore SB, Sterioff S, et al. - Chronic liver transplant rejection: definition and diagnosis. Habib S, Berk B, Chang CC, Demetris AJ, Fontes P, et al. Several risk factors for graft loss after LDLT were identified by researchers as donor age [14], MELD score [15-19], intraoperative blood loss [19-21], warm ischemic time [21], and small for size syndrome [22-25]. Todo S, Demetris AJ, Van Thiel D, Teperman L, Fung JJ, et al.

From these studies it was concluded that vascular thrombosis occurs mostly during hospital stay and may be responsible for early graft failure, while vascular stenosis appeared late in increasing frequency as the period of follow up increases and may be responsible for of late graft failure [136].

Recovery from Chronic Rejection

This has been explained by the immunological theories of the so called hepatic tolerogenesity [156]. Surg Gynecol Obstet 174: 59-64.

Once immunological damage to the bile ducts has occurred, our in vitro studies provide mechanistic support for the clinical conclusion that tacrolimus is more effective in treating and preventing ductopenic rejection than cyclosporine. Seventeen patients had hepatitis C virus infections after liver transplantation. Kaihara S, Ogura Y, Kasahara M, Oike F, You Y, et al.

Late-onset PVT, on the other hand, is generally well tolerated, although it may eventually lead to graft compromise requiring aggressive intervention [132]. This has been explained by the immunological theories of the so called hepatic tolerogenesity [156]. The rate of early graft failure is low. Single, dominant strictures in recurrent PSC are frequently amenable to dilatation.