Kidney transplantation was first introduced in Italy in 1966 by the II Surgical Pathology of the University of Rome giving a great contribution to the development of the transplant surgery in this country. The authors report their 25-year experience analyzing the results obtained in more than 700 kidney allografts. A progressive refinement in the surgical transplant technique both from cadaver and live as well as clinical trials on new immunosuppressive protocols characterized their work.

The evolution of immunosuppression in clinical kidney transplantation: the experience of 700 cases

Caricato M;
1991-01-01

Abstract

Kidney transplantation was first introduced in Italy in 1966 by the II Surgical Pathology of the University of Rome giving a great contribution to the development of the transplant surgery in this country. The authors report their 25-year experience analyzing the results obtained in more than 700 kidney allografts. A progressive refinement in the surgical transplant technique both from cadaver and live as well as clinical trials on new immunosuppressive protocols characterized their work.
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