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Abdominal Organ Transplantation: State of the Art

Nizam Mamode (Editor), Raja Kandaswamy (Editor)
ISBN: 978-1-4443-3432-6
236 pages
April 2013, Wiley-Blackwell
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This book summarizes the latest developments in key areas of the fast moving field of abdominal organ transplantation. It covers such vital topics as living donation (both renal and liver), laparoscopic and robotic techniques, islet and pancreas transplantation, non-heart beating transplantation, blood group incompatible and highly sensitized transplantation, high risk transplants, tolerance, stem cell therapy and novel immunosuppressive techniques. Each chapter offers an overview of the available evidence by a world renowned expert, written in an accessible, easy-to-read manner.
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List of contributors

Foreword

1 Living donation: the gold standard
Leonardo V. Riella and Anil Chandraker

2 New Surgical techniques in transplantation
Adam D. Barlow and Michael L. Nicholson

3 Living donor liver transplantation
Abhideep Chaudhary and Abhinav Humar

4 Antibody incompatible transplantation
Nizam Mamode

5 New Developments in Pancreas Transplantation
Rajinder Singh, David E.R. Sutherland and Raja Kandaswamy

6 Islet Cell Transplantation
Paul R. V. Johnson and Maciej Juszscak

7 Novel cell therapies in transplantation
Paul G. Shiels, Karen S. Stevenson, Marc Gingell Littlejohn and Marc Clancy

8 Intestinal Transplantation
Khalid M. Khan, Tun Jie, Chirag S. Desai, Rainer W.G. Gruessner

9 Paediatric Renal transplantation
Stephen D. Marks

10 Immunosuppressive Pharmacotherapy
Steven Gabardi and Anil Chandraker

11 Conclusion
Nizam Mamode and Raja Kandaswamy

Index

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“Overall, this is a nice summary of abdominal transplantation, its advances, and where the field still needs to improve. In an ever-evolving field, this book is comparable to other reviews of abdominal transplantation, but is unique in its summary of up-to-date immunosuppression techniques.”  (Doody’s, 17 May 2013)

 

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