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Including colon in intestinal transplantation: a focus on post‐transplant renal function‐ a retrospective study
Intestinal transplant recipients experience a high rate of renal complications secondary to dehydration due to increased ostomy output. It is hypothesized that inclusion of donor colon in the intestinal allograft may improve renal function in patients without functional native colon by improving fluid absorption. A single-center retrospective study of intestinal transplant recipients compared outcomes of patients receiving en bloc colon as part an intestinal allograft (ICTx), and those notdoi:10.1111/tri.13523 pmid:31523865 fatcat:vkytc5lguzc4dmcfsscmr7ot3u