*  Tacrolimus
Although short-term immunosuppression concerning patient and graft survival is found to be similar between the two drugs, ... Tohru Kino Stuart Schreiber Thomas Starzl FK1012, a derivative McCauley, Jerry (2004-05-19). "Long-Term Graft Survival In ... and this may have important long-term implications given the prognostic influence of rejection on graft survival. Oral ... In people receiving immunosuppressants to reduce transplant graft rejection, an increased risk of malignancy (cancer) is a ...
*  Kidney Paired Donation
... it was discovered that NKR's graft survival rates were actually better than the graft survival rates of the typical U.S. non- ... Concerns regarding the negative impact that Cold Ischemic Time (CIT) may have on graft survival, due to the shipment of the ... issue is critical for young transplant recipients who have a life expectancy that is longer than the expected graft survival (i ... regarding CIT originated from deceased donor transplant experiences where greater CIT is correlated with lower graft survival ...
*  Liver transplantation
Early graft failure is probably due to preexisting disease of the donated organ. Others include technical flaws during surgery ... There is no exact model to predict survival rates; those with transplant have a 58% chance of surviving 15 years. Failure of ... After a liver transplantation, there are three types of graft rejection that may occur. They include hyperacute rejection, ... Other nonspecific presentation are malaise, anorexia, muscle ache, low fever, slight increase in white blood count and graft- ...
*  Lipotoxicity
Leitão, Cristiane (March 2010). "Lipotoxicity and Decreased Islet Graft Survival". Diabetes Care. 33 (3): 658-660. doi:10.2337/ ...
*  Pre-Descemet's Endothelial Keratoplasty
Thompson, RW Jr; Price, MO; Bowers, PJ; Price, FW Jr (2003-06-01). "Long-term graft survival after penetrating keratoplasty". ... PDEK graft is thicker than isolated DM graft and hence there is less intraoperative graft handling challenges like torn graft, ... Postoperative graft detachment can happen in eyes with insufficient air or loss of air after surgery.1,6 If the graft is ... The injector along with the graft is inserted via the corneal wound and the graft is injected in the anterior chamber (Fig 3C ...
*  Keratoconus
dead link] Al-Mezaine H, Wagoner MD (March 2006). "Repeat penetrating keratoplasty: indications, graft survival, and visual ... The corneal epithelium is removed and a lenticule of donor cornea is grafted on top of it. The procedure requires a greater ... Research from two trials in Iran provide low to moderate evidence that graft rejection is more likely to occur in penetrating ... The corneal transplant surgeon trephines a lenticule of corneal tissue and then grafts the donor cornea to the existing eye ...
*  Hair transplantation
Alcohol and smoking can contribute to poor graft survival. Post operative antibiotics are commonly prescribed to prevent wound ... Hair transplantation differs from skin grafting in that grafts contain almost all of the epidermis and dermis surrounding the ... Modern transplant techniques began in Japan in the 1930s, where surgeons used small grafts, and even "follicular unit grafts" ... The surgeon then uses very small micro blades or fine needles to puncture the sites for receiving the grafts, placing them in a ...
*  Sree Bhushan Raju
Post transplant hypertension at one year: Impact on long-term graft survival. Raju DSB, Agarwal SK, Gupta S, Dash SC, Bhowmick ...
*  ABO-incompatible transplantation
... long-term graft survival is similar to recipients who receive ABOc kidneys. West, L. J., Karamlou, T., Dipchand, A. I., Pollock ... Graft survival and patient mortality is approximately the same between ABOi and ABOc recipients. This was found to not only ... Furthermore, should the recipient (for example, type B-positive with a type AB-positive graft) require eventual ... Does ABO-incompatible and ABO-compatible neonatal heart transplant have equivalent survival? Interactive cardiovascular and ...
*  Ivar Mendez
Mehta V, Hong M, Spears J, Mendez I (June 1998). "Enhancement of graft survival and sensorimotor behavioral recovery in rats ... derived neurotrophic factor improves intrastriatal graft survival of stored dopaminergic cells". Neuroscience. 83 (2): 363-372 ... was translated into clinical trials in patients with Parkinson's disease and showed long-term survival of those grafts. He also ... He pioneered the technique of multiple grafts to restore dopamine input to the parkinsonian mammalian brain. This technique ...
*  Transplant rejection
Graft survival and patient mortality is approximately the same between ABOi and ABO-compatible (ABOc) recipients. While focus ... Kidney transplantation is more successful, with similar long-term graft survival rates to ABOc transplants. Rejection is an ... Current research tends to focus on Th1 and Th17 which mediate allograft rejection via the CD4 and CD8 T cells Graft-versus-host ... There is a risk of graft-versus-host disease (GVHD), however, whereby mature lymphocytes entering with marrow recognize the new ...
*  Vein graft disease
... it is important for the graft's survival and for maintaining its functional capacity. Functional endothelium, for example, has ... Vein grafting can be performed utilizing either free vein grafts or integral veins located within tissue grafts. Free vein ... Vein Graft Disease that has progressed to significant graft stenosis or occlusion is called Vein Graft Failure (VGF). ... Regardless of the type of vascular graft; free vein, free artery and integral vein grafts are all subject to post-grafting Vein ...
*  HLA-DR
... long-term survival). Good matching of these antigens between host and donor are most critical for achieving graft survival. HLA ... Antigens most responsible for graft loss are HLA-DR (first six months), HLA-B (first two years), and HLA-A ( ... were originally defined as cell surface antigens that mediate graft-versus-host disease. Identification of these antigens has ...
*  Testicular immunology
... resulting in increased graft survival. Molecules released by the Sertoli cells are predicted to protect the graft. 2. It is ... Both the suppression of immune responses and the increased survival of grafts in the testis have led to its recognition as an ... Evidence includes the tolerance of testicular grafts in mice and rats, as well as the increased survival of transplants of ... "Cotransplantation of allogeneic islets with allogeneic testicular cell aggregates allows long-term graft survival without ...
*  Glutamate decarboxylase
"Modulating autoimmune responses to GAD inhibits disease progression and prolongs islet graft survival in diabetes-prone mice". ...
*  Organ donation
Since zero mismatches have such high graft survival these recipients are afforded priority regardless of location and wait time ... Perfusion devices, often called kidney pumps, can extend graft survival to 36-48 hours post recovery for kidneys. Recently ... The quality of life of the donor was poor when the graft was lost or the recipient died. Only one country, Iran has eliminated ... The Lions Eye Bank also maintains a waitlist of patients who require corneal graft operations. About 100 corneas are provided ...
*  MiR-122
The release of microRNA-122 during liver preservation is associated with early allograft dysfunction and graft survival after ... Verhoeven, CJ, van der Laan, LJ, de Jonge, J, Metselaar, HJ (2017). Biomarkers to Monitor Graft Function Following Liver ... "MicroRNA profiles in graft preservation solution are predictive of ischemic-type biliary lesions after liver transplantation" [ ... making it a early indicator of liver disease and hepatocellular injury of liver grafts prior to liver transplantation. There is ...
*  Follicular unit extraction
Graft survival is also affected by time out of the scalp and exposure to air (especially in vacuum extraction devices). ... Different methods have been proposed to further improve graft survival affected by these later factors mainly by removing ... FUE harvesting of grafts causes "pit" scarring, small, round, and typically white scars in the patient's donor area where the ... The survival of follicular units upon extraction from the scalp is one of the key variables of successful hair transplantation ...
*  Mycophenolic acid
"Mycophenolate mofetil decreases acute rejection and may improve graft survival in renal transplant recipients when compared ... Kawamura, T; Hullett, DA; Suzuki, Y; Bechstein, WO; Allison, AM; Sollinger, HW (1993). "Enhancement of allograft survival by ... "Low-dose combination therapy of DUP-785 and RS-61443 prolongs cardiac allograft survival in rats". Transplant International. 5 ...
*  Belatacept
It is intended to provide extended graft survival while limiting the toxicity generated by standard immune suppressing regimens ...
*  Robert Provenzano
Long Term AV Graft Survival of Polyurethane (Vectra) Grafts, Rankin, S., Provenzano, R., Flynn, L., Long Term AV Graft Survival ... A Single Center Experience in the Use of Polyurethane (Vectraâ) Arteriovenous Grafts, Jefic, D., Flynn, L., Provenzano, R., A ... A Single Center Experience in the Use of Polyurethaneurea Arteriovenous Grafts, Jefic, D., Reddy, P., Flynn, L., Provenzano, R ... A Single Center Experience in the Use of Polyurethaneurea Arteriovenous Grafts, Nephrology News and Issues, Vol. 19, No. 8, pp ...
*  Thymoglobulin
... is commonly used to prevent and treat acute rejection and increase graft survival in solid organ transplantation ... Use of equine ALG was also found to be efficacious in preventing acute graft-vs.-host-disease in patients' post-allogeneic bone ... Thymoglobulin is also an effective agent for preventing graft-vs.-host disease in patients receiving haematopoietic stem cell ... such as graft-vs.-host disease and aplastic anemia. As an rATG, thymoglobulin consists of polyclonal antibodies, which, unlike ...
*  Intestine transplantation
At one-year, graft survival rates for isolated intestine currently waver around 80%, and 70% for intestine-liver and ... In a multivisceral graft, the stomach, duodenum, pancreas, and/or colon may be included in the graft. Multivisceral grafts are ... In the most basic and common graft, an isolated intestinal graft, only sections of the jejunum and ileum are transplanted. ... There are three major types of intestine transplants: an isolated intestinal graft, a combined intestinal-liver graft, and a ...
*  Abatacept
In organ transplantation, belatacept is intended to provide extended graft survival while limiting the toxicity generated by ...
*  Damage-associated molecular pattern
... in recipients of cadaveric renal allografts demonstrated prolonged patient and graft survival with improvement in both acute ... Emberley, Ethan D; Murphy, Leigh C; Watson, Peter H (2004). "S100 proteins and their influence on pro-survival pathways in ... "S100 Family Members and Trypsinogens Are Predictors of Distant Metastasis and Survival in Early-Stage Non-Small Cell Lung ...
*  Radical mastectomy
The five-year survival rate was 40%, which was twice that of untreated patients. However, post-operation morbidity rates were ... HALSTED, WILLIAM STEWART (1913-02-08). "DEVELOPMENTS IN THE SKIN-GRAFTING OPERATION FOR CANCER OF THE BREAST". JAMA: The ... Neumann, Charles G.; Conway, Herbert (1948-01-01). "Evaluation of skin grafting in the technique of radical mastectomy in ...
*  Non-heart-beating donation
... has been shown to have almost identical graft survival times and long-term function as kidneys from brain-stem dead donors. In ... Unlike in kidneys, where delayed graft function simply means a need for dialysis, delayed graft function in livers can be fatal ... the short-term they are prone to delayed graft function of around 7-14 days (this does not affect long term function in NHBD ...