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By Paul J. Thuluvath

ISBN-10: 1493929461

ISBN-13: 9781493929467

ISBN-10: 149392947X

ISBN-13: 9781493929474

As there's a excessive prevalence of affliction recurrence after liver transplantation, this quantity is designed round the want for a reference textual content dealing completely with this challenge. The publication locations distinctive emphasis on pre- and post-transplant predictors of recurrence, severity evaluation, prophylaxis, and therapy. Pathobiology of illness recurrence is mentioned intimately the place appropriate. matters together with caliber of lifestyles and price burden also are coated within the text.

Written via recognized specialists in every one box, Disease Recurrence After Liver Transplantation: traditional historical past, therapy and Survival serves as a finished reference for physicians and surgeons who look after liver transplant recipients and a big addition to the literature detailing the present knowing of disorder recurrence.

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HBV DNA persistence 10 years after liver transplantation despite successful anti-HBS passive immunoprophylaxis. Hepatology. 2003;38(1):86–95. 9. Lenci I, Tisone G, Di Paolo D, et al. Safety of complete and sustained prophylaxis withdrawal in patients liver-transplanted for HBV-related cirrhosis at low risk of HBV recurrence. J Hepatol. 2011;55(3):587–93. 10. Fox AN, Terrault NA. The option of HBIG-free prophylaxis against recurrent HBV. J Hepatol. 2012;56(5):1189–97. 11. Brind A, Jiang J, Samuel D, et al.

An Italian study highlighted that women were at greater risk of developing severe recurrent HCV disease [52]. A recent multicenter study (CRUSH-C), involving 1264 patients (24 % women), reported similar findings. 04) [53]. 10– 1,38). In contrast, this increased gender mismatch-related risk was not observed in the HCV(−) recipients [54]. Metabolic syndrome (MS) post-LT is associated with worse HCV outcomes after LT, similar to that observed in the non-transplant setting, and could represent a significant modifiable risk factor [55–57].

Clin Transplant. 2012;26(2):208–15. 65. Iacob S, Hrehoret D, Matei E, et al. Costs and efficacy of “on demand” low-dose immunoprophylaxis in HBV transplanted patients: experience in the Romanian program of liver transplantation. J Gastrointestin Liver Dis. 2008;17(4):383–8. 66. Di Paolo D, Tisone G, Piccolo P, et al. Low-dose hepatitis B immunoglobulin given “on demand” in combination with lamivudine: a highly cost-effective approach to prevent recurrent hepatitis B virus infection in the long-term follow-up after liver transplantation.

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