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Publication Name World Journal of Hepatology
Manuscript ID 32952
Country of Manuscript Source Greece
2017-02-01 13:57
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ISSN 1948-5182 (online)
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Specialty Gastroenterology and Hepatology
Manuscript Type Minireviews
Article Title Hepatitis B in renal transplant patients
Manuscript Source Invited Manuscript
All Author List Smaragdi Marinaki, Kyriaki Kolovou, Stratigoula Sakellariou, John N Boletis and Ioanna K Delladetsima
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Correspondence To Ioanna K Delladetsima, PhD, Professor, First Department of Pathology, Medical School, University of Athens, Mikras Asia 75, Goudi, Athens 11527, Greece. idelladet@med.uoa.gr
Keywords Hepatitis B virus (+) donor; Hepatitis B virus (+) recipient; Renal transplantation; Viral reactivation; Immunosuppression; Nucleoside analogues; Antiviral discontinuation; Antiviral prophylaxis; Hepatitis B
Core Tip Though decreasing, hepatitis B still remains a considerable problem, especially in high-risk patient populations as kidney transplant recipients. The widespread use of new antivirals and the introduction of universal prophylaxis immediately after transplantation have changed the picture in hepatitis B virus (HBV) (+) transplantation. Long term survival rates of HBV(+) recipients are approaching those of HBV(-), altering HBV(+) kidney transplantation from a “high risk” procedure into routine practice. Furthermore, accumulating evidence confirms the safety of trans­plantation from HBsAg(+) donors into immunized recipients. All immunosuppressants can be used in HBV(+) transplantation and total immunosuppression must be kept at the lowest possible levels long term.
Publish Date 2017-09-07 02:39
Citation Marinaki S, Kolovou K, Sakellariou S, Boletis JN, Delladetsima IK. Hepatitis B in renal transplant patients. World J Hepatol 2017; 9(25): 1054-1063
Url http://www.wjgnet.com/1948-5182/full/v9/i25/1054.htm
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.4254/wjh.v9.i25.1054
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Scientific Misconduct Check 32952-Scientific misconduct check.pdf
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