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Cell transplantation

Is an undeniable fact that current trends in the treatment of endocrine diseases transplanted cells and tissues has a place. Become a real chance of success in treating patients once doomed.


Of great importance, transplant hormonally active cells or fragments of any of the endocrine glands to restore lost function.
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Currently, a kidney transplant is an effective way to treat end-stage chronic renal failure (CRF), which is characterized by progressive loss of nephrons, leading to reduced efficiency of renal processes, and then to renal dysfunction. The structure of the causes of chronic renal failure generally is quite typical and stable - is glomerulonephritis, pyelonephritis, and a wide variety of other diseases that lead to "kidney finale", especially diabetes, hypertension a ... Read more »
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How does a kidney transplant

The main purpose of kidney transplantation - is to achieve a better quality of life in patients with chronic renal failure (CRF). Chronic renal failure is caused by the gradual loss of nephrons in any progressive kidney disease and is associated with the violation of their duties. By the final kidney "may cause various disea ... Read more »

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Complications of kidney transplant

Infectious complications at different times after surgery observed in all patients. Most often, they are localized in the urinary tract, wound and respiratory organs. These pathogens include viruses and bacteria, at least - fungi and mycoplasma. The greatest risk of developing life-threatening infections exists from the 1st to the 6th ... Read more »

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Complications of immunosuppressive therapy

Kidney transplantation is currently the best way to cope with chronic renal failure. Numerous data support the benefit of kidney transplantation over other treatment methods. Improved surgical techniques, advances pharmacology help to improve the results of renal transplantation, improving survival in the coming time after surg ... Read more »

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After kidney transplantation

Recent progress transplantation, in particular methods of postoperative patients, a positive effect both on the course and the outcome of the surgery after kidney transplantation. The problem of long-term outcome of kidney transplantation and risk factors for late termination of donor organ function is the focus of Transplantation and Nephro ... Read more »

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Diet after kidney transplantation

It is proved that nutritional therapy - an integral part of comprehensive treatment after kidney transplantation, contributing to an earlier rehabilitation of the patient. In the early postoperative period are the main objectives of diet therapy: improved postoperative wound healing, reduction in the incidence of infect ... Read more »

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