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Current Issue

July-September 2018| Vol 12| Issue 3

Editorial

Challenges in setting up of a deceased donor transplant program in South Asia

South Asia is a densely populated region that is home to almost one-quarter of the world population with over 1.9 billion people. Asian countries contribute to over 60% of the world's diabet...


Commentary

ABO-incompatible transplantation: A pipe dream to practice

The burden of chronic kidney disease continues to increase in epidemic proportions. Renal transplantation remains the best modality of treatment to provide quality of life to these patients. Increas...


Review Article

Comparison of patient and graft survival in tacrolimus versus cyclosporine-based immunosuppressive regimes in renal transplant recipients – Single-center experience from South India

Studies have shown better graft function and reduced acute rejection rates among renal transplant recipients who were on Tacrolimus (Tac)-based immunosuppression regimens as compared to cyclosporine...


Review Article

Legal aspects of transplantation in India

The shortage of organ donors for patients with end-stage organ diseases requiring transplant is a global problem. This led to organ trafficking with exploitation of poor people who were made to sell...


Review Article

Deceased organ donation in India – Current challenges and scenario

Worldwide, organ transplantation has saved and enhanced the lives of thousands of recipients over the past five decades. Organ transplantation rates are still lower in developing countries including...


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Indian Journal of Transplantation, a publication of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation (ISOT), is a peer-reviewed print + online Quarterly journal.

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