About this book
General pathologists see many biopsies from transplanted organs but few are in large enough centres so that this forms the bulk of their work. The book describes the changes which can be observed in transplantation in all of the major organ systems that are routinely transplanted and there are accounts of the pathology of infections and of the immunological difficulties that are faced by these patients. The volume will be a valuable guide for those who wish to braoden their knowledge in this field.
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