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January-March 2019| Vol 13| Issue 1

Commentary

Urinary tract infection in renal transplant recipients: A clinical conundrum

Urinary tract (UT) infection is the most common infection noted among renal transplant (RT) recipients. It is associated with the development of acute rejection (AR), graft dysfunction or loss, and ...


Review Article

World of omics in transplantation – “Transplantomics”

Over recent years, the transplantation outcomes have improved dramatically. However, rejections still occur despite potent immunosuppression. Furthermore, long-term transplant complications affect o...


Original Article

Chronic antibody rejection in renal allograft: An underestimated cause of renal allograft dysfunction

Introduction: Chronic antibody-mediated rejection (CAMR) has now emerged as one of the most common causes of chronic graft failure. In this study, we tried to study the clinical details, morp...


Original Article

Knowledge, attitude, and practice regarding organ donation among adult Population of an Urban field practice area of a medical college in Durgapur, West Bengal, India

Background: Organ donation is either when a person allows healthy transplantable organs/tissues to be removed, after death, or when the donor is alive and transplanted into other persons. Com...


Original Article

Spectrum of asymptomatic bacteriuria in renal allograft recipients and its short-term effect on graft outcome: Experience of a Tertiary Care Center from Northwest India

Introduction: Asymptomatic bacteriuria (AB) is not uncommon after renal transplantation with limited data from developing countries; we did this study to assess the microbiological spectrum a...


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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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