The impact of graft fibrosis and inflammation on the natural history of pediatric liver transplants (LT) is still debated. Our objectives were to evaluate the evolution of posttransplant fibrosis and inflammation over time at protocol liver biopsies (PLBs), risk factors for fibrosis, presence of donor-specific antibodies (DSAs) and/or their correlation with graft and recipient factors.

Evaluation of Graft Fibrosis, Inflammation and Donor-specific Antibodies at Protocol Liver Biopsies in Pediatric Liver Transplant Patients: a Single Center Experience

Pinon, Michele;Pizzol, Antonio;Chiadò, Cristina;Amoroso, Antonio;Deaglio, Silvia;Catalano, Silvia;Tandoi, Francesco;Romagnoli, Renato;
2022-01-01

Abstract

The impact of graft fibrosis and inflammation on the natural history of pediatric liver transplants (LT) is still debated. Our objectives were to evaluate the evolution of posttransplant fibrosis and inflammation over time at protocol liver biopsies (PLBs), risk factors for fibrosis, presence of donor-specific antibodies (DSAs) and/or their correlation with graft and recipient factors.
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Pinon, Michele; Pizzol, Antonio; Chiadò, Cristina; David, Ezio; Chiusa, Luigi; Dell'Olio, Dominic; Isolato, Giuseppe; Amoroso, Antonio; Deaglio, Silvia; Catalano, Silvia; Tandoi, Francesco; Romagnoli, Renato; Calvo, Pier Luigi
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