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Outcome of living unrelated (commercial) renal transplantation

Outcome of living unrelated (commercial) renal transplantation. Due to inadequate cadaveric and living related organ supply, many end-stage renal disease patients go to Third World countries for commercial transplantation, although the high risk of complications is well established and ethical argum... Full description

Journal Title: Kidney International October 2001, Vol.60(4), pp.1477-1483
Main Author: Sever, Mehmet Şükrü
Other Authors: Kazancioğlu, Rümeyza , Yildiz, Alaattin , Türkmen, Aydin , Ecder, Tevfik , Kayacan, S. Mehmet , Çelik, Vedat , Şahin, Sevgi , Aydin, A. Emin , Eldegez, Uluğ , Ark, Ergin
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ID: ISSN: 0085-2538 ; E-ISSN: 1523-1755 ; DOI: 10.1046/j.1523-1755.2001.00951.x
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title: Outcome of living unrelated (commercial) renal transplantation
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  • Sever, Mehmet Şükrü
  • Kazancioğlu, Rümeyza
  • Yildiz, Alaattin
  • Türkmen, Aydin
  • Ecder, Tevfik
  • Kayacan, S. Mehmet
  • Çelik, Vedat
  • Şahin, Sevgi
  • Aydin, A. Emin
  • Eldegez, Uluğ
  • Ark, Ergin
subjects:
  • Organ Transplant
  • End-Stage Renal Disease
  • Transplant Ethics
  • Cadaveric Organ Donation
  • Living Unrelated Transplantation
  • Medicine
ispartof: Kidney International, October 2001, Vol.60(4), pp.1477-1483
description: Outcome of living unrelated (commercial) renal transplantation. Due to inadequate cadaveric and living related organ supply, many end-stage renal disease patients go to Third World countries for commercial transplantation, although the high risk of complications is well established and ethical arguments debate this practice. The midterm outcome of 115 patients who had been commercially transplanted in various countries and admitted to our center for post-transplant care and follow-up between 1992 and 1999 was retrospectively analyzed. Data considering the transplantation practice and post-transplant course were collected from the patient files. Outcome of these patients was compared with those with a living related transplant performed at our center. The patients (91 male and 24 female; mean age of 42 ± 12 years) were transplanted in India ( = 106), Iraq ( = 7), and Iran (...
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