Tissue Typing Policy

  • V. C. Joysey
Part of the New Clinical Applications Nephrology book series (NCNG, volume 9)

Abstract

What is tissue typing and how might it influence policy in relation to kidney transplantation? To answer these questions, some relationships between tissue matching, graft survival and function will be considered. Present policy and whether it could be improved will then be discussed.

Keywords

Graft Survival Hyperacute Rejection Cadaver Kidney Cytotoxic Antibody Conventional Immunosuppression 
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