Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors

A. E. James, G. M. Hutchins, T. K. Natarajan, P. Sabanayagam, J. M. Byers, H. N. Wagner, R. Robinson Baker

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Abstract

Experimental physiologic information and experience have been accumulated which seem to indicate the feasibility of human lung transplantation. Surgical obstacles have been largely overcome and immunosuppression allows control of the rejection phenomenon. However, proper patient monitoring for early diagnosis of pathophysiologic alterations and complications assumes increasing importance.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAMER.J.ROENTGENOL.
Pages782-794
Number of pages13
Volume120
Edition4
StatePublished - 1974
Externally publishedYes

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Lung Transplantation
Physiologic Monitoring
Immunosuppression
Primates
Allografts
Early Diagnosis
Therapeutics
ameroid

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James, A. E., Hutchins, G. M., Natarajan, T. K., Sabanayagam, P., Byers, J. M., Wagner, H. N., & Baker, R. R. (1974). Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors. In AMER.J.ROENTGENOL. (4 ed., Vol. 120, pp. 782-794)

Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors. / James, A. E.; Hutchins, G. M.; Natarajan, T. K.; Sabanayagam, P.; Byers, J. M.; Wagner, H. N.; Baker, R. Robinson.

AMER.J.ROENTGENOL.. Vol. 120 4. ed. 1974. p. 782-794.

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James, AE, Hutchins, GM, Natarajan, TK, Sabanayagam, P, Byers, JM, Wagner, HN & Baker, RR 1974, Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors. in AMER.J.ROENTGENOL.. 4 edn, vol. 120, pp. 782-794.
James AE, Hutchins GM, Natarajan TK, Sabanayagam P, Byers JM, Wagner HN et al. Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors. In AMER.J.ROENTGENOL.. 4 ed. Vol. 120. 1974. p. 782-794
James, A. E. ; Hutchins, G. M. ; Natarajan, T. K. ; Sabanayagam, P. ; Byers, J. M. ; Wagner, H. N. ; Baker, R. Robinson. / Evaluation of primate allografts following treatment with immunosuppression and ameroid constrictors. AMER.J.ROENTGENOL.. Vol. 120 4. ed. 1974. pp. 782-794
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