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it could be rejection of the liver--I presume that these were live donor transplants. he presumably had a liver biopsy performed which could be a ...
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unfortunately i think that he may require retransplantation. Typically rejection doesnt occur this early after transplantation but he may have ant...
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bilirubin elevation could be consistent with small for size syndrome after a living donor transplant and may be a need for retransplantation--is th...
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there are no studies that have found the efficacy of aspirin in this setting. Most programs, including our own, stop the aspirin after the immedia...
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there are medications in clinical trial to treat this--nothing FDA approved and currently available. Trial sare being conducted by galectin and in...
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