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Histopathology of Kidney Xenograft Rejection

  • S. Larsen
  • H. Starklint

Abstract

Human renal allotransplantation has in recent years become a frequent procedure in the treatment of terminal renal failure, and the pathology of transplanted grafts constitutes a complicated part of renal pathology.

Keywords

Acute Rejection Rabbit Kidney Hyperacute Rejection Xenograft Rejection Interlobar Artery 
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  • S. Larsen
  • H. Starklint

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