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Transplantation in Elderly Patients

  • Sandy Feng
  • Stephen L. Tomlanovich
  • Fraser Keith
  • Nancy L. Ascher

Abstract

As the United States population ages and as results of transplantation improve, there are increasing numbers of older patients who avail themselves of transplantation. As a consequence, the percentage of older waiting list individuals has been increasing.

Keywords

Renal Transplantation Primary Biliary Cirrhosis Lung Transplantation Immune Suppression Alcoholic Liver Disease 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Sandy Feng
  • Stephen L. Tomlanovich
  • Fraser Keith
  • Nancy L. Ascher

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