Simulating Transplant Small-for-size Grafts Using Human Liver Monosegments

The Impact of Portal Perfusion Pressure

M. Mohamed, L. Kang, C. Zhang, B. Edenfield, J. Sykes, T. Brown, J. L. Johnson, F. Rehman, Justin H Nguyen

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Abstract

Small-for-size-liver grafts (SFSG) in adult transplant recipients have elevated risk of graft failure, limiting its application in clinical liver transplantation. Relevant preclinical model of SFSG is lacking. Relevant to deceased-donor split liver transplant and living-donor liver transplant in adult recipients, in this study, we present our initial characterization of SFSG model using monosegments of a discarded human donor liver.

Original languageEnglish (US)
JournalTransplantation proceedings
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StatePublished - Jan 1 2019

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Portal Pressure
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Living Donors
Liver Transplantation

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  • Transplantation

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Simulating Transplant Small-for-size Grafts Using Human Liver Monosegments : The Impact of Portal Perfusion Pressure. / Mohamed, M.; Kang, L.; Zhang, C.; Edenfield, B.; Sykes, J.; Brown, T.; Johnson, J. L.; Rehman, F.; Nguyen, Justin H.

In: Transplantation proceedings, 01.01.2019.

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Mohamed, M. ; Kang, L. ; Zhang, C. ; Edenfield, B. ; Sykes, J. ; Brown, T. ; Johnson, J. L. ; Rehman, F. ; Nguyen, Justin H. / Simulating Transplant Small-for-size Grafts Using Human Liver Monosegments : The Impact of Portal Perfusion Pressure. In: Transplantation proceedings. 2019.
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