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7] reported that graft and patient survival rates in the LDLT were better than those of patients who underwent deceased donor LT (DDLT), while the study of Khalaf [8] showed that overall graft survival was significantly worse in the LDLT group than that in the DDLT group.
Kaplan-Meier curve showing graft survival over time.
The first year renal function as a predictor of long-term graft survival after kidney transplantation.
Yoo et al12 and Urbaniak et al19 also found better graft survival in patients aged 35 years and younger.
2010) compared the whip-and-tongue and cleft grafting methods, in August, they observed lower graft survival for jabuticabeira Sabara when cleft grafting was performed.
Various centers in the developed countries reported the results of renal transplant in the elderly in order to analyze the risks of elderly kidney donors and recipients better, and to determine the effects of age on graft survival.
The authors extrapolated a model-predicted graft survival of 49.
Neuropathological evidence of graft survival and striatal reinnervation after the transplantation of fetal mesencephalic tissue in a patient with Parkinson's disease," The New England Journal of Medicine, vol.
It is not known whether adding anti-B cell/antibody depleting strategies in these cases may prolong graft survival [11,12].
There is further need to develop assessment plans, psycho-educational programs, information leaflets to develop awareness and insight about the crucial role of compliance in longevity of graft survival.