Transplant rejection

What is Transplant rejection?

Transplant rejection is the host reaction occurring after an organ is transplanted into the body of the recipient against the donor organs. The transplant rejection may be acute or chronic. Immunosuppressors are administered to control the rejection.

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Age-12 yrs: Height- 4.5 ft., Weight-30 kg.
On 13.10.11 cornea of right eye was transplant by the doctor of AIIMS. But Doctor says the body is...

doctor1 MD

Dear XXXXXXX

Thanks for the query.

Graft rejection is a common problem in the first few weeks of transplant. Eye is supposed to be immune to...

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Hello,i need to ask about pets and kidney transplantation patient?

doctor1 MD

Hi

The doctors here can answer questions about humans. I do not think there are any vets to answer about pets.

What do you want to know about...

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My daughter had a double lung transplant 4 years ago due to CF, No problems whatsoever. FV1 on 2/3/2014 was114%. She now has acute rejection (A4...

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Hello dear, thanks for your question on HCM.
I can understand your situation and problem.
Acute rejection with pneumonia in double lung transplant...

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