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Split liver transplantation
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Split liver transplantation ab 106.99 € als Taschenbuch: Theoretical and practical aspects. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Medizin,

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Split liver transplantation
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Split liver transplantation ab 106.99 EURO Theoretical and practical aspects

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3D Bioprinting: Mechanical Properties of Hydrogels
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In the EU alone in the year 2013 there have been approximately 86,000 people put on the waiting lists for organ transplantation. However, only about 32,000 of them actually had their organ transplanted. Those who were lucky enough to have found a matching donor and had a successful transplantation are now bound to lifelong immunosuppressive medication to prevent refusal of the transplanted organ, which very often negatively affects their quality of life. Researchers and scientists in the field of tissue engineering are putting more and more effort into studying bio-materials and fabrication methods to once be able to fabricate and grow organs from the patient's own cells. This would vastly speed up the healing process and also leave organ refusal out of consideration, therefore circumventing the two major issues that the field is currently tackling. Of course, this is a big step that has to be split into many micro-steps and this manuscript is just one of them. It is a contribution towards tissuse engineering research, adding yet another piece to the very compelx puzzle, all that with hopes for the organ recipients to be able to live a longer and better life as soon as possibe.

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Split liver transplantation
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Aimed at the trainee surgeon and experienced transplant surgeon, this compendium on split-liver grafting contains articles written by faculty members of the first International Course on Split-Liver Transplantation. It covers the main aspects of the field and is geared towards helping surgeons select the best surgical techniques as well as identifying the pitfalls. The text features detailed instructions on the various procedures as well as an overview of the area.

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Adenovirus Receptor Interactions
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Adenoviruses are common human pathogens causing a number of infectious diseases. They have been found in virtually all organs, producing symptoms ranging from the common cold to pneumonia. Additionally, they also cause a variety of clinical symptoms such as epidemic keratoconjunctivitis, pharyngoconjunctival fever, infantile gastroenteritis, cystitis and urinary tract infections. Individuals with a poorly functioning immune systems are especially prone to severe life-threatening infections. In 1977 Philip Sharp and Richard Roberts discovered the ability of Adenoviruses to split genes, and were in 1993 awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for their discovery. Today, Adenoviruses are mostly studied for the ability to be used as delivery vehicles in gene therapy. We here studied Adenoviruses binding to the cellular receptor CD46, characterizing the binding mechanism at an atomic level. We used a combination of biological and biochemical methods connecting structure and function to define the Adenovirus interaction with CD46. Our work will have implications for drug design, focusing on reducing Adenovirus complications during organ transplantation.

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Current Issues in Liver and Small Bowel Transpl...
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In Japan, cadaveric donor liver transplantation is not common even though cadaveric organ transplantation was legally established in 1998. In contrast, the number of living donor liver transplantations is increasing, with more than 1700 cases at 43 Japanese institutes by November 2001. Indications for and have become living donor liver transplantation are widening in Japan similar to those for cadaveric donor liver transplantation in the United States and Europe. At the same time, split liver transplantation from cadaveric donors shares some technical aspects with living donor liver transplantation. Remarkable progress has been reported recently, and thus it was an auspicious time to hold a symposium on "Current issues in liver/small bowel transplantation" in Japan. We were honored to hold a very fruitful symposium sponsored by the Keio University Medical Science Fund and to bring together top-rank transplant surgeons from Japan and other countries. It was a productive and rewarding time for all participants. We were able to share our experience through excellent presentations followed by active discussions and insightful com ments. At the symposium, we focused on current issues in liver transplanta tion such as widening indications for viral hepatitis and malignant tumors. We also discussed technical aspects and physiological problems in split/iiving donor liver transplant, novel strategies in immunosuppression, and the current status and future prospects in small bowel transplantation. This book contains the papers from all the distinguished guest speakers, focusing on the topics discussed at the symposium.

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Aktuelle Aspekte/Lebertransplan.
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Dieses Buch bietet dem Interessierten einen Einblick in die aktuellsten Therapiestrategien bei der Lebertransplantation als auch Hinweise zur Nachsorge dieser Patienten. Neben klinischen Aspekten der Indikationsstellung zur Lebertransplantation werden die chirurgischen Techniken sowie die Nachbehandlung im Früh- und Langzeitverlauf dieser Patienten mit all ihren Komplikationen vermittelt. Die Split-Leber-Transplantation und die Leber-Lebendspende-Transplantation als weitere Möglichkeiten der Lebertransplantation werden erläutert. Ausserdem werden Alternativen zur Lebertransplantation wie die extrakorporalen Leberunterstützungsverfahren und die Xenotransplantation und deren bisherige Ergebnisse aufgezeigt.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Adenovirus Receptor Interactions
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Adenoviruses are common human pathogens causing a number of infectious diseases. They have been found in virtually all organs, producing symptoms ranging from the common cold to pneumonia. Additionally, they also cause a variety of clinical symptoms such as epidemic keratoconjunctivitis, pharyngoconjunctival fever, infantile gastroenteritis, cystitis and urinary tract infections. Individuals with a poorly functioning immune systems are especially prone to severe life-threatening infections. In 1977 Philip Sharp and Richard Roberts discovered the ability of Adenoviruses to split genes, and were in 1993 awarded the Nobel Prize in Physiology and Medicine for their discovery. Today, Adenoviruses are mostly studied for the ability to be used as delivery vehicles in gene therapy. We here studied Adenoviruses binding to the cellular receptor CD46, characterizing the binding mechanism at an atomic level. We used a combination of biological and biochemical methods connecting structure and function to define the Adenovirus interaction with CD46. Our work will have implications for drug design, focusing on reducing Adenovirus complications during organ transplantation.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Split liver transplantation
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The last decade has seen an explosion in the surgical efforts to overcome the shortage of liver grafts for transplantation. The end of the 1990s saw the development of the concepts of reduced, split and living donor transplantation by the transplant pioneers and their first applications in practice. During the 1990s many centers throughout the world invested their experience to further develop this into safe and teachable standardized procedures with excellent results. The result of this development is not only that split liver transplantation between adults and children became a validated surgical technique, but also the real possibility of achieving 0% mortality for children on the waiting list today. However, like many new surgical techniques, its success does not only depend on adequate patient selection (in this case selection of the donor and the recipients!), but also on the avoidance of mis takes that were already experienced by previous surgeons. It is this principle, combined with the need of spreading split liver trans plantation knowledge, that led to the organization of the first prac tical split liver transplantation course in Hamburg in March 2000. Writing about the surgeon scientist, Joseph E. Murray de scribed one of the differences between the scientist and sur geon: « The scientist can wait for all the data to become avail able whereas the surgeon must make a decision based on avail able data.' This book aims to provide the surgeon, who wants to start split liver transplantation with the data available today.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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