How young is too young when transplanting pediatric kidneys into adult recipients? This single-center observational study tries to answer this question and make recommendations on the optimal age above which pediatric kidneys can be transplanted into adult recipients.

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Time Required (estimated): 30 minutes
Title: Long-term Outcome of Adults Who Undergo Transplantation with Single Pediatric Kidneys: How Young is Too Young?
Author (Video): Rania Abdel-Rahman, MD
Author Type (Video): Fellow
Citation (Text): Clinical Journal of the American Society of Nephrology 2009, Volume 4, pp. 1500-6
Citation (Video): Nephrology On-Demand Video 2010
Date Created: 2009
Revisions: None Indicated
Disclaimers: None (see page 1505)
Resource Type: Video
Other: Presented at ECU Nephrology Journal Club on 4/20/10 by Dr. Rania Abdel-Rahman
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