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1946 1
1947 1
1952 1
1953 2
1954 1
1955 5
1956 3
1958 5
1959 3
1960 11
1961 10
1962 11
1964 5
1965 31
1966 53
1967 69
1968 106
1969 147
1970 150
1971 155
1972 132
1973 129
1974 103
1975 76
1976 75
1977 81
1978 81
1979 94
1980 72
1981 92
1982 79
1983 119
1984 164
1985 255
1986 262
1987 527
1988 550
1989 831
1990 799
1991 992
1992 1018
1993 1280
1994 1339
1995 1370
1996 1425
1997 1411
1998 1406
1999 1334
2000 1446
2001 1619
2002 1681
2003 1805
2004 1690
2005 1973
2006 2082
2007 1994
2008 2201
2009 2246
2010 2166
2011 2358
2012 2453
2013 2393
2014 2578
2015 2490
2016 2454
2017 2428
2018 2516
2019 1053
2020 11
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Liver transplantation: history, outcomes and perspectives.
Meirelles Júnior RF, et al. Einstein (Sao Paulo) 2015 - Review. PMID 25993082 Free PMC article.
In 1958 Francis Moore described the orthotopic liver transplantation technique in dogs. In 1963, Starzl et al. performed the first liver transplantation. In the first five liver transplantations no patient survived more than 23 days. In 1967, stimulated by Calne who used antilymphocytic serum, Starzl began a successful series of liver transplantation. ...
In 1958 Francis Moore described the orthotopic liver transplantation technique in dogs. In 1963, Starzl et al. performed the f …
Liver transplantation in children: state of the art and future perspectives.
Kohli R, et al. Arch Dis Child 2018 - Review. PMID 28918383
In this review, we provide a state of the art of liver transplantation in children, as the procedure is now carried out for more than 30 years and most of our paediatric colleagues are managing these patients jointly with liver transplant centres. ...We have deliberately introduced the theme that 'liver transplant is a disease' and 'not a cure', to emphasise the need for adherence with immunosuppression, a healthy lifestyle and lifelong medical follow-up....
In this review, we provide a state of the art of liver transplantation in children, as the procedure is now carried out for mo …
Liver Transplantation for Acute Liver Failure.
Olivo R, et al. Clin Liver Dis 2018 - Review. PMID 29605075
With the advent of liver transplant for acute liver failure (ALF), survival rate has improved drastically. Liver transplant for ALF accounts for 8% of all transplant cases. ...Some patients with ALF may recover spontaneously, and approximately half will undergo liver transplant. It is imperative to identify patients with ALF as soon as possible to transfer them to a liver transplant center for a thorough evaluation. ...
With the advent of liver transplant for acute liver failure (ALF), survival rate has improved drastically. Liver
[Liver transplantation].
Lepagnot D. Rev Infirm 2015. PMID 26144512 French.
The liver transplant procedure has advanced significantly since the 1960s. It is the only curative treatment for severe chronic liver disease including cirrhosis. ...
The liver transplant procedure has advanced significantly since the 1960s. It is the only curative treatment for severe chroni …
[Living Donor Liver Transplantation - Past and Present].
Rauchfuss F, et al. Zentralbl Chir 2016 - Review. PMID 23824621 German.
Since the first living donor liver transplantations at the end of the 1980s, this transplantation technique has developed as an established tool within the modern transplantation medicine. ...This article summarises the history of living donor liver transplantation up to the current status of this transplantation procedure worldwide....
Since the first living donor liver transplantations at the end of the 1980s, this transplantation technique has develop …
Status of Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation in the United States: Results from the Adult-To-Adult Living Donor Liver Transplantation Cohort Study.
Abu-Gazala S and Olthoff KM. Gastroenterol Clin North Am 2018 - Review. PMID 29735025
This article reviews the Adult-to-Adult Living Donor Liver Transplant Cohort Study (A2ALL). The findings show that the number of adult-to-adult living donor liver transplants is consistently increasing. Living donor liver transplantation has an important benefit for patients with acute liver failure, does not compromise donor safety, and has lower rates of acute cellular rejection in biologically related donor and recipient. ...
This article reviews the Adult-to-Adult Living Donor Liver Transplant Cohort Study (A2ALL). The findings show that the number …
Should living donor liver transplantation be an option when deceased donation is not?
Lieber SR, et al. J Hepatol 2018 - Review. PMID 29100996 Free PMC article.
This raises the ethical question of whether a patient who is not eligible for deceased donor liver transplantation should be eligible for living donor liver transplantation. ...Ultimately, because there is no alternative life-preserving therapy in end-stage liver disease, and because transplantation with a living donor organ does not involve removing a resource from the common pool of transplant organs, we argue that a standard of "slightly less benefit" than that required for deceased transplantation should be used to determine the acceptability of living donor liver transplantation....
This raises the ethical question of whether a patient who is not eligible for deceased donor liver transplantation should be e …
Outcomes in liver transplantation: does sex matter?
Sarkar M, et al. J Hepatol 2015 - Review. PMID 25433162 Free PMC article.
A growing literature has highlighted important differences in transplant-related outcomes between men and women. In the United States there are fewer women than men on the liver transplant waitlist and women are two times less likely to receive a deceased or living-related liver transplant. Sex-based differences exist not only in waitlist but also in post-transplant outcomes, particularly in some specific liver diseases, such as hepatitis C. ...
A growing literature has highlighted important differences in transplant-related outcomes between men and women. In the United States …
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