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Title: Renal transplantation
Authors: Bugeja, Mark
Keywords: Kidneys -- Transplantation
Kidneys -- Surgery
Hemodialysis -- Patients
Issue Date: 1983
Publisher: University of Malta Medical School
Citation: Bugeja, M. (1983). Renal transplantation. Medi-Scope, 2, 16-18.
Abstract: The first Renal Transplantation ever to be carried out in Malta was performed on the 22nd April, 1983, a day that may well be included in the Medical History of our Islands. This .event is another step -forward following the introduction, not very long'ago, at St. Luke's Hospital, of Haemodialysis or as the lay- man would call it, the 'Kidney Machine'. What follows is not meant to be a case- presentation proper but is intended to serve as a base over which some pros and cons of renal transplantation, the subsequent management¬∑ of the recipient and the possible complications that may commonly arise, could be forwarded to the reader in a hopefully simple and palatable manner.
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