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Principal neuropathological and general necropsy findings in 24 renal transplant patients.
  1. R Morton,
  2. D I Graham,
  3. J D Briggs,
  4. D N Hamilton


    The principal neuropathological and general pathological findings in a group of 24 patients with renal transplants who died in a nine-year period at the Western Infirmary, Glasgow, are described. Opportunistic infections--bacterial, protozoal, and fungal--were the commonest causes of death. Other causes included cardiac and vascular lesions, upper gastrointestinal bleeding and neoplasia.

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