Renal Transplantation

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Ron Shapiro, Richard L. Simmons, Thomas Earl Starzl
McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing, 1997 - Medical - 572 pages
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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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About the author (1997)

Richard L. Simmons, is presently professor of surgery and microbiology and Associate Director of Transplantation at the University of Minnesota. He has published extensively in the areas of clinical transplantation and immunology, and is the co-author of the standard text "Transplantation.

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