Ron Shapiro, Richard L. Simmons, Thomas Earl Starzl
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1997 - Medical - 572 pages
This study describes the principles and practice of kidney transplantation, providing details on: implantation technique, non-immunologic monitoring, HLA matching, the mechanisms of action of immunosuppressive agents, and the clinical aspects of both conventional and new immunologic agents.
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Evaluation of the Potential Renal Allograft Recipient
Cadaveric and Living Donation
Anesthetic Management in Kidney Transplantation
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