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Demographic Analysis and Outcome Features in a Transplant Outpatient Clinic

This retrospective report analyzed the demographic features of kidney transplant outpatients grafted in Turkey and in different regions of the world. The patients were divided into 4 groups: 1 functional grafts (n = 432) 2 graft losses (n = 218) 3 deaths (n = 135) 4 lost to follow-up (n = 70) Every... Full description

Journal Title: Transplantation Proceedings 2005, Vol.37(2), pp.743-746
Main Author: Kucuk, M
Other Authors: Sever, M.S , Turkmen, A , Sahin, S , Kazancioglu, R , Ozturk, S , Eldegez, U
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ID: ISSN: 0041-1345 ; E-ISSN: 1873-2623 ; DOI: 10.1016/j.transproceed.2004.12.159
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description: This retrospective report analyzed the demographic features of kidney transplant outpatients grafted in Turkey and in different regions of the world. The patients were divided into 4 groups: 1 functional grafts (n = 432) 2 graft losses (n = 218) 3 deaths (n = 135) 4 lost to follow-up (n = 70) Every cohort was subgrouped as either receiving a cadaveric (CT) or a live donor transplant (LT) performed in our institute (ICT, n = 147, ILT, n = 304), other institutions in Turkey (TCT, n = 16, TLT, n = 86), or in a foreign country (FCT, n = 66, FLT, n = 154). Among the patients with functional grafts, FLT transplantations, of which the vast majority were paid transplantations, constituted the second largest group (n = 105) following ILT (n = 214). In the ILT group, 5- and 10-year graft survival rates were 76% and 50%, respectively, and patient survival rates were 88% and 78%, respectively....
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Among the patients with functional grafts, FLT transplantations, of which the vast majority were paid transplantations, constituted the second largest group (n = 105) following ILT (n = 214). In the ILT group, 5- and 10-year graft survival rates were 76% and 50%, respectively, and patient survival rates were 88% and 78%, respectively....

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This retrospective report analyzed the demographic features of kidney transplant outpatients grafted in Turkey and in different regions of the world.

The patients were divided into 4 groups: 1 functional grafts (n = 432) 2 graft losses (n = 218) 3 deaths (n = 135) 4 lost to follow-up (n = 70) Every cohort was subgrouped as either receiving a cadaveric (CT) or a live donor transplant (LT) performed in our institute (ICT, n = 147, ILT, n = 304), other institutions in Turkey (TCT, n = 16, TLT, n = 86), or in a foreign country (FCT, n = 66, FLT, n = 154).

Among the patients with functional grafts, FLT transplantations, of which the vast majority were paid transplantations, constituted the second largest group (n = 105) following ILT (n = 214). In the ILT group, 5- and 10-year graft survival rates were 76% and 50%, respectively, and patient survival rates were 88% and 78%, respectively....

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