Published in Blood Weekly, June 11th, 2009
"Patients of A, B or AB blood groups may receive organs from ABO-compatible, but non-identical donors, mostly from O blood group donors. It may also occur in patients of the AB blood group who receive a kidney from a donor of the A or B blood groups. ABO non-identical living donor kidney transplantation was done in 214 cases. All studied patients received kidneys from one haplotype HLA mismatched living donors and had pretransplant non-specific blood transfusions. There were 164...
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