|Title||Extended survival by urgent liver retransplantation after using a first graft with metastasis from initially unrecognized donor sarcoma|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2005|
|Authors||, Rothstein KD, Araya VA, Munoz SJ, Reich DJ|
A 58-year-old man underwent orthotopic liver transplantation for polycystic liver disease. Shortly after the procedure, it was discovered that the donor harbored a sarcoma of the aortic arch that had metastasized to the spleen, and bilateral renal cell carcinomas. The two sole organ recipients, our liver recipient and a lung recipient at another institution, were both listed for urgent retransplantation, which they received from the same second donor. The liver explant contained metastatic sarcoma. Twenty-four months survival following lung retransplantation has been previously reported. We report the 76-month disease-free survival in the liver recipient.
|Alternate Journal||Am J Transplant|
|Notify Library Reference ID||4713|